Giant Nintendo 64 controller made out of cardboard. Used spray paint for body, gray areas, and for start and A button. Acrylic paint used for B and C Buttons. White primer house paint used for joystick.
Took 3 weeks about 6 hours a day to do. PHEW! Did this for my sculpting class, everyone seemed to really like it ^^! We were restricted only to the use of cardboard to teach us the limitations on medium.
I also did the plug in part and the Z-Button, I'll post pictures of that later on plus the R+L buttons are done if you can't see them.
mechanical pencil and sharpie
and only cardboard(usually just taken from the cardboard recycling bin)
and 3 cans of black car glossy spray paint
1.2 X 0.8 Metres approximately.
took about 16 dollars in cost to make.