Now THAT's a PROP!

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by spcglider@aol.com, Mar 6, 2006.

  1. spcglider@aol.com

    spcglider@aol.com Sr Member

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    Here's a REAL prop.

    Yup...100% FAKE.

    God, I love making junk.

    Actually, it was Joey Anderson who made this. To appear soon in an ad.

    -Gordon
     
  2. Jedirick

    Jedirick Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    100% Fake air?

    I don' t see nuttin. Not even a red X
     
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  3. OldKen

    OldKen Master Member

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    fake cinderblocks huh?

    is that a recast of an ACME? :unsure
     
  4. spcglider@aol.com

    spcglider@aol.com Sr Member

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    hmm...try again then.

    I hate it when i hafta work hard to brag.

    -G
     
  5. spcglider@aol.com

    spcglider@aol.com Sr Member

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    Nope...an original sculpt. One of a kind.

    But don't none of you recasters try to scam copies... I worked TELLS into the design...

    LOL...

    -Gordon
     
  6. hydin

    hydin Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    last time i saw one of them, it was being smashed across stone cold steve austins knee.

    its been a while :lol

    chris
     
  7. SurferGeek

    SurferGeek Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Dang. I was gonna use it to sell one of my scifi blasters on Ebay. Would it matter if I recast it in a different material? Like concrete? ;)
     
  8. Apollo

    Apollo Legendary Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Love It..

    How heavey?
     
  9. damon5973

    damon5973 Well-Known Member

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    OH I know...a roman numeral III for the new spiderman or X3 movie.....
     
  10. spcglider@aol.com

    spcglider@aol.com Sr Member

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    As heavy as a cinderblock made of white bead foam and acrylic paint can be. I guess.

    And that's it. Just white foam and paint. No resins. No plaster. No molding.

    -G
     
  11. spcglider@aol.com

    spcglider@aol.com Sr Member

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    Don't I WISH...???

    I'd have gotten paid a HECKUVA LOT MORE for it..

    -G
     
  12. slave1pilot

    slave1pilot Sr Member

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    A local prop house made some of those recently.
    except they were rubber.
    very convincing
     
  13. Apollo

    Apollo Legendary Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Sweet...

    I still have a big Gravel Boulder that my girlfriend bought for me at DisneyWorld in the 70's.

    Foam and latex with a wicked Paint-job.

    I can't tell you how many times that Boulder has scared the crap out of first time Visitors to my House. :lol
     
  14. Jack Bauer

    Jack Bauer Well-Known Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I own a foam one that looks real. got it years ago working on the movie "The Demolitionist" with Richard Dorko. I mean Grieco. It is fun to throw at people.
     

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