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Romeo + Juliet - imfdb :. guns in movies :. movie guns :. the internet movie firearms database
its been so long since ive seen it that it took me a second to remember that the guns were actually the swords and daggers.
been there pics are lacking
PM me your email address, I have a bunch of screencaps from the DVD
DVD screen caps are about as good as it's gonna get :/
I just went thru the movie and took some caps myself.
Is there something in particular you're looking for?
The ONLY other pics of the guns that I have ever seen are the two attached. No idea who took em or where or when, but they are pretty much the end of the line.
Now, if you need something enhanced in Photoshop, I'll be happy to help
thanks those do help some..
Transparent magazines, that's where it's at.
This is honestly one of my favorite films ever! The song "Talk Show Host" by Radiohead is also of the the greatest, most memorable songs, IMHO.
Such a coincidence I was looking at that firearm page a couple days ago. Such imaginative interpretation of a classic work.
Awesome pics. Thanks. I had not seen those.
those will be mine some day and part of me forever..
Megatron, Definently post pics when you're done. I plan on doing the gun used by Leguizamo at some point. Even have an old (Pre orange tip) airsoft gun perfect for it. As seen below
I was thinking about that, too.
Unfortunately, I have no idea how to get a nice gold-tone finish on metal.
WE just released a gold-plated M92, but it has markings and just about all the 'wrong' parts are gold or black.
Getting some nice, better-than-dvd screencaps now.
Make some noise if you want some.
I'd love to see somebody try these!
I plan on using brass tubing. Hopefully i'll find one that slides over the existing barrel without too much modding. Only problem is how to get a real looking gun into the hardware store to get the right size tubing. But my fiance gave me the best idea. Have the gun in the car, go in get the tubing, if it doesn't fit, go back right then and exchange it. The other parts, hammer, safety, ect. I'll gold leaf. They have cheap leafing products here at the local hobby lobby that'll work. Amd as fpr the accuracy of my particular gun, i'm not gonna sweat the small stuff. I like the concept. Besides, it's already here, which means I don't have to buy a gun....can't beat that!
Or just bring only the barrel with you.
Your fiance sounds like a keeper
Attached is a popular frame. Not 1080p, but still better than what we've had in the past.
"Turn thee, Benvolio, and look upon thy death."
she's definently a keeper, if I can get her to keep ME on the other hand.....well that's the trick, ain't it?
That was the only good part of that movie in my opinion!!! I loved that!!!
I'm a sucker for anything shakespeare personally. But I think this movie could have been better without the bizarre drug scean that made NO sence. Doesn't help either that I can't stand Leo DeCrapio. But it had it's uses as a movie. For one...these guns....awesome. For two, this movie helped me with the women folk back in the day. Take em home, cook for em, put this movie in, goodnight. Anywhoo, back to business. Anyone have any ideas on how to do the grips on Tybalt's (leguizamo's) gun? I'm no good at making new grips, but my gun's got the diamond textured grip that's no good for painting or decaling.
My best guess: buy some smooth grips, tweak the artwork from the screencaps in Photoshop, and print out on decal paper. Prep, prime and base-coat the grips. Apply decal with care. Seal well.
Yeah, what he said. I'm assuming you are talking about a 1911? If so, there are tons of smooth grips out there.