Wall panels

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KevinD

Sr Member
A bit of domestic decoration. I have made these to hang on the wall, the Enterprise intercom, similar thing from the Liberator in Blakes 7 and the door lock panel from Moonbase Alpha in Space 1999.

It's cheaper than oil paintings!
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Caveneau

Sr Member
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They all look excellent! Creating props from existing materials is part of the craft and you have done a fantastic job with all of these.
 

KevinD

Sr Member
Thanks. The lens was a small acrylic hemisphere from a craft shop painted clear red. Around that, I made a bezel from the metal lid of a smelly candle and glued a larger but cut down acrylic hemisphere to that. Expensive, this was not!
 

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Markus

Well-Known Member
Very nice work! And very effective - I love that. If you just look around, it's amazing what you can do with the lids of orange juice bottles etc. One thing, I like in particular is the blue opaque lid of Sensodyne toothpaste - it makes a wonderful Sci-Fi LED cover.
Here is how I made LED covers from those round pieces that you find in many gallon-size milk bottles.
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KevinD

Sr Member
The grille was made with styrene strips across a plasticard rectangle. The whole lot covered in chrome tape, with black striping tape below each strip and a load of holes drilled in it. Not accurate but gives the idea.

The led covers in the above are very clever by the way!
 

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