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couple of my star wars replica props

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couple of my star wars replica props

Postby frosty » Wed Sep 01, 2010 9:34 am

Hope this is the right place for this
first up Luke in vaders helmet from empire, i used a lifecast of mark hamil and resculpted it
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next, i made this up to look like bobba had crawled out of the pit after a long time in there,
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Re: couple of my star wars replica props

Postby Paulskywalker » Sat Sep 04, 2010 6:01 pm

Their really cool, the Vader helmet is really good and the Fett helmet is original i like it; makes me not want to get caught up in a sarlacc. :lol:
If i wanted figures like Rebels and Legends series i'd build a time machine. Even if i did want them, i'd probably still need a time machine..
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Re: couple of my star wars replica props

Postby The Professor » Sun Sep 05, 2010 2:28 am

I love the concept of the second mask. 1000 years of digestive juices are going to do something to you even if you manage to escape very early on.

As for the first, that's awesome. You mentioning you worked on props in England ties in the life cast part for me. I had wondered where you would have gotten that! It's funny. There's a very similar painting to that concept on the official site right now.
Chewie, take The Professor in back and plug him into the hyperdrive!
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Re: couple of my star wars replica props

Postby frosty » Sun Sep 05, 2010 9:41 am

glad you like it
I have a few lifecasts in my collection, things i've picked up on projects or traded with other artists, the one for mark was taken for empire for use in this scene
Heres the original lifecast i took a mould from
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from this mould i poured clay inside, added the back of the head and ears and heres the sculpture i came up with
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i also have a casting of harrison ford, got this mould years ago,
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Re: couple of my star wars replica props

Postby acklayhunter » Tue Oct 25, 2011 9:33 am

Amazing work!
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Re: couple of my star wars replica props

Postby DanOfTheDead » Tue Oct 25, 2011 12:20 pm

Really interesting slice of the hobby I'm not very familiar with, but these are very cool!
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Re: couple of my star wars replica props

Postby frosty » Sun Dec 18, 2011 5:48 pm

cheers, i'm hoping on doing some new stuff in the new year, maybe an upper body vader torso, damaged like in the force unleashed, see if i can fit it in

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