Ok each year I make this post so here it is again. My prop panel will be back this year at Inconjuction. It will be led by Thermalized Plastics and myself. This year prop will deal will vacuumforming. So if you have been to one of our panel then you know what to expect. With that said Thermal wanted to try something new. I thinks there will be room for 25 to 30 people.
Ok for those who don't know take a look at www.inconjunction.org In the pass Thermal and I have been had the pleasure of having prop guys like Mike Moore of HMS and Wendel Phillipps of ProperFX join us.
This year my wife Theresa is the charity Auction head. The charities are The Indiana Literacy Association and The Damien Center. Their link are on the Incon charity page. If anyone one would like to donate something I know she would take it. Her email is one the same page. There is an address there as well. The money from the auction will be split in equally between the 2 charitry. In the past I have been the head of this department. I have ask for donation here and we have got some nice things . So once again thanks! As of today some of the stuff we have recieved: some cool Indiana Jones stuff,
A Fyberdyne Dr. Fate helmet(donated by Edward of Fyberdyne Laboratories)
A big box from Warner Brothers studio.(cool stuff from The big Bang Therory just for starts)
a huge box of comic books and some collectible toys. I will add something from me.
In the past we have had things like:
Thermalized Plastics made Land of the giant Spindrift the big 3 foot one, One Eye Willie's key, Slider's timer, Beat the Geek metal
The guys in my group Fyberdyne Labs donatd a Vader helmet.
Wonderful and I mean wonderful thing from the most generous Mike Moore of HMS who heart is as big as his reputation Like screen used props far too many to list, screen accurites props from a number of shows. Things that would make you cry that you were not there to bid.
Cool stuff from the Colts and Pacers.
So with that said it should be a great time for all. Check out the programing list. If you come say hi, I am the guy on the blue scooter going way to fast.
Thanks for reading