FREE Lost paper prop - Hurley's polaroid

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by Scottish Film Maker, Apr 16, 2006.

  1. Scottish Film Maker

    Scottish Film Maker New Member

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    Hi all, as some of you know - I'm planning a run of the replica Dharma playing cards some time within the next few weeks (I'm in negotiations with the printer just now) but until then, I thought I'd offer a free paper prop for those Losties...

    Maybe some of the guys that did the Memento polaroids could shed some light on how to put these together?

    Anyway, here's the artwork:

    http://www.fanfilms.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/hurley.zip

    If you print this file on photo paper, matching the size of a regular polaroid, you should be able to paste it over - or cut out the existing polaroid or something.

    [image]http://www.lost-media.com/modules/coppermine/albums/ep-caps/season2/2x18-dave/5/normal_dave-caps443.jpg[/image]

    I'd love to see what you lot do with this, if anyone makes it into a polaroid - take some pics..
     
  2. Rick Hanson

    Rick Hanson Sr Member

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    Very cool, thank you. The image looks great.

    I love all these little paper props, they add a lot to prop displays. I don't have ready access to a Polaroid camera, but if need be, I'll just go buy a film cartridge and dismantle it to get a "blank" to work with. :D
     
  3. Docking Bay 93

    Docking Bay 93 New Member

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    I still have my old Polaroid Film Printer in the closet, but I'd have to find a driver for it to work. That does the job nicely...in fact, I believe that it's how the old "zora" polaroids were done a few years back.

    Any thoughts? Anyone still have the drivers for this printer?

    -E
     
  4. fettpride

    fettpride Well-Known Member

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    This might be a silly idea, but I figured I'd put it out there anyway ....

    If the original picture is a good quality, couldn't one just print out a large version of it, and then take a poloroid camera and take a picture of it? Good lighting would be a must. And lining it up right in the view finder of the camera of course ??

    FP
     
  5. Egon Spengler

    Egon Spengler Sr Member

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    Very cool. Thank you.
     
  6. Docking Bay 93

    Docking Bay 93 New Member

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    In my experience, it is exceedingly difficult to get a pic of a pic using a polaroid. It doesn't like it focus like that, especially without a flash.

    Of course, I could always be convinced to sell my printer. ;)

    -E
     
  7. dkwd

    dkwd Well-Known Member

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    Very cool.

    Thanks

    David
     

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