Alien statue restoration

frosty

Sr Member
Well a friend of mine has a lot of statues etc, one of them, an Alien, had started to degrade quite badly, An Alien statue, oversized, roughly ten feet tall, made of latex and polyfoam, don't know the maker.
It had been constructed over a steel armature, unfortunately the metal had not been covered, it needs a barrier between it and the foam and latex, as bare metal rots foams and latex quite quickly.
here it is before i got to work on it

you can see the joints separating in this pic


the hand was really degraded, i had to strip out the foam, and replace it, also had to do this in the forearms and other places, after stabilising everything as best as i could, i repainted the figure, it had been painted bright blue and pink, i covered that with black and silver, with other highlights here and there, ideally i would have loved to do a more detailed paintjob, but time and budget didn't allow.
He wanted an inner tongue making, and lots of drool, he loved the yellow drool, (which was actually old epoxy,) so i added more and will colour it to match on monday.





working on a few other bits for him soon
 

jedichase

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Great job on the restoration.

I would have been tempted to make the entire statue to be more accurate by making a new head and hands.
 

Supa troop

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OH MY GOD !!! you do realise everything in that room is welcome to the Prop Party :love

Great Job mate looking forward to seeing the end results :thumbsup
 

frosty

Sr Member
cheers everyone, yeah he has some cool stuff, the lower floor of his club is packed witrh stuff, he has this display area behind glass


The R2 in this pic has motors in lights etc, and its stuck in here, with his head on backwards, i need to get in and remove the batterys from it, i'm sure they'll damage it if left in and not used
 

Supa troop

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cheers everyone, yeah he has some cool stuff, the lower floor of his club is packed witrh stuff, he has this display area behind glass


The R2 in this pic has motors in lights etc, and its stuck in here, with his head on backwards, i need to get in and remove the batterys from it, i'm sure they'll damage it if left in and not used

Holy cow, thats a prop party venue right there :lol
 

Borjis

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excellent work.

he looks really hungry with that drool.

I'd be scared to have that thing in my house.
 
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