No bother at all. Its actually called the 'double shadow' i believe.
Clarence, wow, for scratch build they are very good. Esp the hand device and serpent guard helm. What is the helm made of if you don't mind me asking? Collection to be proud of!
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Something funny, Randy Cooper, a good friend of mine, asked if I could get two Models to a friend of his, Jason. I spoke to Jason on the phone a few times, and he came by to pick up his kits yesterday.
We could not figure out where we had met, but we knew we had.
We did finally figure out it was when Greg Jein gave me a tour of the set on STARGATE in my home town of Yuma, AZ.
Anyhow,...then I remembered this picture and low and behold,..there is Jason on the Right holding a glider!
Its a small World.
Has anyone produced a replica of the movie Vertical Coverstone Tablet with the seven Glyphs?
These photos were taken a few years ago at ConDor in San Diego. Most of the display is mine.
With the movie, the movie gate top 'chevron' was a split so it windowed the constellation glyphs & the side chevrons all were pneumatic and 'locked' when the appropriate chevron was in the windowed. I believe the top window chevron lit as the 7th chevron glyph locked (been awhile since I watched the movie). All glyphs were relief/recess carved into the moving ring panel
With SG-1, all chevrons became identical and only the top most chevron was pneumatic, side chevrons lit as the top pneumatic one 'locked'. All glyphs were raised on the moving ring panel. Everything else was pretty much identical as they just pulled molds & cleaned up the deterioration damage of the inner & outer ring pannel sections.
Curiously enough, the production upper & lower stargate SG-1 Stargate half blueprints that I have & that I've seen others have are a hybrid mix of the above. You can see in the 1st post of Kwalsh0000's that the SG-1 Production blueprints have the 'windowed' top chevron and there's notes to the right on the next chevron with a dotted outline that say's the side chevrons are suposed to 'lock' (ie be pneumatic), if he posted the bottom gate print it would say on it the glyphs are to be raised. Some of this is mentioned in one of the extra features, but more or less it shows budget constraints and what was done to simplify the gate to make it reliable, they even bragged about how reliable the gate was and it never miss-dialed when SG-1 was filming the dialing sequences.
I forgot I had a pic of the lower half blueprint in my photobucket. This is just a portion of my stargate stuff
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Very nice collection there SG RB. Esp the foothold armor, always liked that design! Loving the banner with teal'c on it aswell, goes well with the serpent guard near it.
Bah, come on Cheech get the rest of your collection photographed :P ..dying to see it
I'm uploading pics now of what's handy. The Legends replica Jaffa Staff, QMx 302, & some other things I got from SDS (prototype SG mirror & coasters, even the prototype promo Mal pistol (the unassembled one) are all upstairs burried atm. I was told the TER is a lightspeed f.a. (no cert with it, but it has clean/clear MGM copyright marks on it, & was a good deal for the price). Took pics of the latest jaffa front armor plate & zoomed in on the spot that shows the prior red paintjob. Little silver 'gate from ICONS episode & stunt nightvision gogles are from Legend's latest buy it now auctions. 'Gate w/base is from SDS's collection also. I still haven't gotten to Kinko's to get the latest blueprints scanned but I have a print of the Glyphs and the offworld gate w/ base & steps with dimension callouts. I know there's one or 2 things I'm forgetting that I got recently but they're slipping my mind, as most of my stuff is packed up to keep drywall dust from the remodel off of it.
I only have a few items, but nothing special. One of which is the Ra dagger from the first run shortly after the movie:
I hope to soon get a Horus guard helmet, which I will then convert into an animatronic. (I do a lot of work with robotics, animatronics, and microcontrollers)
Finally finished painting my staff weapon! Here's what it looked like when this post popped up:
And here she is now:
WOW sabergirl, that looks incredible!!!
Thanks for the compliments, guys! Hey Kevjh, can you tell what material the goauld comm-ball is made out of?
Here's my Ribbon Device, screen used with a wireless remote to activate the light:
And the little do-dad from the inside of a DHD device:
Wow that is a very nice paint up sabergirl!
Thanks for sharing those screen use pics Kevjh and Rik1138 some amazing stuff in your collections. Does the ribbon device still light up after all this time?
The whole thing is made out of metal, and is surprisingly heavy...