Fabs homemade Indiana Jones Props

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Fabilousfab

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I have been collecting for quite some time. Some pages are from here, some from the German Forum, some of fotos of other makers and the Indy journal and some are invented by me.

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rene007

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Spalko File
I have been collecting for quite some time. Some pages are from here, some from the German Forum, some of fotos of other makers and the Indy journal and some are invented by me.

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I've got a part of the Spalko files, too. I need to search where I put them in :rolleyes:
 

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rene007

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step by step :)
Finally :D
It was a lot of work to create this Staff Replica.
Sculpting in clay, mold it, attach gold leaf, to draw the middle part and get a wooden stick as drawn (the wooden stick did cost me 100 Euro).
But finally finished :cool:.
But I made a little mistake. The golden bottom part is 2 cm too short, so the total height is just 152 cm instead of 154 cm.
I will change this later, because other work is waiting for me ;)
 

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rene007

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Hello everyone,

I'm a guy from Germany just looking whats possible. After being an Indy fan for a long time I did a cosplay with my son as Indy and shorty last year.(2020) In the process of researching the costume I slowly started to make some of the props I'd like to have as well. The one I can make. Slowly the thing grew and I had fun to push the limits and also wanted to have a little collection myself. Although I always try to get as close to SA as possible, I'm as well if not more interested in having something that feels real. Here are some of the pieces. Some pieces I have to admit I can't make to my satisfaction and so I bought them. But this thread is only for the pieces I made. I try to show as many steps of the process as I can but if there are any questions just ask. If there are only a couple of people I can inspire I'm happy.


Grail tablet made of wood and painted with acrylic colours.
I traced the writing on the wood piece with carbon paper. Afterwards I did the carving with a dremel and treated the edges with a chisel and a belt sander

The painting I did with acrylic colours and airbrush. The top part I didn‘t paint because I only need it for the Grail tablet rubbing insert for the diary. ;)
I hope you like it.
I finished my Grail Tablet :)
It's made from plaster and engraved with the Dremel. Painted with oxydbrown color, so it looks not too bad
 

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Fabilousfab

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I finished my Grail Tablet :)
It's made from plaster and engraved with the Dremel. Painted with oxydbrown color, so it looks not too bad
Turned out great!
How did you make the form? And did you make the edges with dremel as well, where the writing fades into the "stone"?
 

Fabilousfab

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Marcus Brody picture

Here a quick one from CS on Indys desk. The frame is made of oak. The passe-partout ist made of oak venir. It has a glas screen and even if the dimensions are not 100% on point it's fine with me.
 

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