Vader display mannequin

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Replicator1701

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I'm looking for a tall and large mannequin for my vader costume. What are my options and what are you fellow Vader collectors using to display yours?
 

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Durasteel Corporation

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HERE IS MY MANNEQUIN PROJECT PAGE WITH MORE INFO .

http://www.partsandtechnical.com/Vaderprow...nequinpage.html


Its a fiberglass cast which is very strong yet hollow so as to allow for the application of arms and head (oh I made a mold of my head and cast it....seriously its great for helmets).

I have schedualed a mold up of my arms and legs next month.
 

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KevVader

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DarkShadow had a line on some great flexible mannequins.....seemed very promising. Haven't heard anything about those in awhile tho...
 

Durasteel Corporation

Well-Known Member
Go fiberglass guys.


Its truly the best combination of:


strength (Im 6'7, nearly 350 lbs and can stand on my fiberglass torsos)

light-weight (can easily pick up and move)

hollow-ness
(you can reach inside it, to attach things ....even add speakers ;)

anatomically correct (no 'guess' work, its a real body cast)


I will be adding more photos in the next couple of weeks. I kinda prefer to show off the entire mannequin with arms and legs all at once.


Oh, also...that chest armor is a real, full size movie cast....not a small GT armor. That should give a sense of actual size and proportion.


Email if interested guys.
 
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