DaVinci Code, The


Invicta

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Re: The DaVinci Code

Nice job AdamC That ties in nicely with my request for DaVinci Code props.

Thanks mate. :thumbsup
 

Stefan Jones

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I made already some angels and demons paper props, so probably I will try myself on those davinci code props too :)

I have a oven tile where the "The Last Supper" is pictured in. I use that as a backround for other DaVinci Code / Angels and Demons props
 

Stefan Jones

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I have some Angels & Demons paper props in the junkyard right now. No picture of the complete props in a display unfortunately, because I ran out of space.
I am working on the blue gift box, the diagramma veritatis was presented in at the end of the movie together with a board fellow, but its a longtime project, since we are busy with other paper props right now.
 

Brigandia36

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Has anyone ever taken a crack at making a paper-prop version of the message that was in the Cryptex? I searched around but couldn't seem to find anything.
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Thank you for the screenshot, I just finish mine now, a liitle bit work on PSP X3 , print on ivory paper with papyrus background and voila!

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whitehammer

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I don't think the font actually exists, if it does then I can't find it! :) I've done calligraphy work in the past and with the ex screen cap I'm getting there! wont be long I dont think,
I'm working on a ghost rider item at the same time so It'll get done when it gets done, LOL
 

Wakeem

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Thanks. I think the Noble cryptex was missing something else besides the note. I can't remember now. But this is cool.
 

DBCooper

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I have printed this on papyrus and it looks really good. What is the red on the left? Is it clothe or paper? is it just on the one side or is it folded to the back?

Thanks for the help.

Best,
DBCooper
 
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Goodwolf

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I have printed this on papyrus and it looks really good. What is the red on the left? Is it clothe or paper? is it just on the one side or is it folded to the back?

Thanks for the help.

Best,
DBCooper

If I remember right, it was supposed to be a little scroll. I'd imagine it was a small wooden end piece that could be used to start the rolling process without tearing up the paper.
 

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