My prop room/office/studio/cave/ whatever you call it.

Mr_Creepy

Sr Member
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Beautiful room Pat, retro without looking cheesy :thumbsup

I'm also a little surprised that a room full of cold colors (the blues & grays) still seems "warm" & inviting. :lol
 

DARTH SABER

Master Member
Thanks guys.

Can you share more about the speeder and ex-wing models? More pics or info on them?[/b]
Basically they're standard "off the shelf models" I built some 10-15 years ago.
My digicam is running low on juice right now but Ill post some pics tomorrow.

<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(ToothTech @ Apr 30 2006, 12:12 AM) [snapback]1235744[/snapback]</div>
Beautiful room Pat, retro without looking cheesy :thumbsup
I'm also a little surprised that a room full of cold colors (the blues & grays) still seems "warm" & inviting. :lol
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Yeah, I wanted to keep the walls a monotone greyish blue color to give it the illusion of a B&W film (plus it would also make the posters pop more). I thought about different color schemes and decided that with the greyish blue walls the best bet would be to have movie posters with split complimentary colors ( The warm colors you talked about - reddish orange, orangish yellow)...

After I get married Im planning on movie and Ill probably go for a more authentic 1940's private eye office look -

[image]http://www.maxarea.com/clanky/tutorialy/privateoffice.jpg[/image] (Except with the same color scheme I have now)



DS
 

DARTH SABER

Master Member
Thanks Howard


<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(TFrosst @ Apr 30 2006, 05:54 AM) [snapback]1235808[/snapback]</div>
Is that a skull island map I see next to the kong poster?
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Yeah, Skull Island map from the 1933 King Kong.


DS
 

rad1701

Sr Member
Looks great. Very tasteful. Are some of those shelf units the ones from Kmart? The black and silver style?
 
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