Here's a backpack I purchased for the Predator statue. Needs to be painted to match armor.
This 1:1 scale toy / replica came from ebaY years ago. No manufacturers mark. The barrels rotates when grip trigger button is pushed. Standing in front of gun as barrels rotate, the barrels light up when they get to the top position.
Two 1:1 Alien warrior busts won in ebaY auction years ago. One came primer grey but over the years the primer flaked off. I think it was not cleaned properly before painting.
Excellent solid plaster Arnold bust (very heavy) and a Terminator like mannequin - both purchased on ebaY.
This bust is the best likeness I have seen anywhere of Arnold Schwarzenegger from the days of T2 or the Predator film.
I purchased this Robocop suit directly from Bruce Hansing and proceeded to make it into a poseable statue.
Back in 2004 while the T-800 Endoskeleton was being built for me, Paul sent me these progress photo's. This was to indicate to me that the parts were all cast and ready for plating or they had just come back from plating, I don't remember. It is interesting to see the endo completely disassembled with all the resin parts and the fully chromed parts side by side.
Mars Attacks Alien Replica.
I need to find some legs for this guy!
So it's May 2007, and i'm trolling around North Hollywood looking for a particular special effects supply shop that I heard had good prices on mold and casting materials. When I arrive, the pics below show what I found inside. That's where I discovered the Predator and Alien statues. The store put me in touch with Patrick and the rest is history!
One gas powered, full and semi automatic KSC Auto Nine C machine pistol, or - Robocops gun.
I was told by an airsoft shop that this version is rare because of the presence of brass parts. A very early design from KSC. Im no airsoft expert, I just bought it for the full auto action and that it was advertised as brand new.
Just purchased the hip and leg section of Sideshow's 1:1 scale T-800 endoskeleton from a very nice member on the RPF named tnaig001.
Complete chromed torso just located - please stand by...
In November 2004 an endoskeleton kit appeared on ebaY. I had already purchased a Lucas Francis endo earlier that year, but the price was right, so I purchased the kit.
I emailed auction pics to Paul at LFS to get his opinion of the kit and asked if he could provide any missing parts. He got back to me and said that some of the parts in that kit were original masters used to make the molds that his endo's were cast from. This was a surprise to hear. I think he said he was short of parts to make an endo kit for a friend and decided to use the masters for the missing parts. I believe this was after he had stopped production of the complete pre chromed endo's and was winding down the endo kits.
Looks like all the primer grey parts with writing on them are the masters that Paul was talking about, but the colored resin ones may also be as well. The rest of the parts, like the fingers and toes for example, have super razor sharp detail, like they came out of mold yesterday. This has all been sitting in boxes since 2004.
The first three pictures are from the 2004 auction page. The rest are recent photos (2012)
Here's a clip of me shooting the KSC Auto Nine C machine pistol (Robocop gun).
Look what just arrived from China via ebaY!
Prechromed torso secured!
The back has no battle damage which would indicate it's from sideshow's second 1:1 endoskeleton release. Chrome is excellent and matches legs perfectly.
More pics of some Arnold Schwarzenegger like mannequins purchased a while back.
Mask of Sil character from the film Species.
More T-800 pics.
(plasma rifle or tophat for it's right hand coming soon).
Martian Ambassador from Mars Attacks. Seemed annoyed to have it's picture taken.
Great likeness of Arnold Schwarzenegger as Conan. Very pleased with this one!
Arnold Bust. Thick rubber like material (latex?) filled with foam. Unknown origin, or "it came from ebaY".
Whether it's Indiana Jones, Blade Runner, or Star Wars, this is the best likeness of Harrison Ford iv'e seen so far. I might create an Indy display with this one :)
HAL 9000 Computer Panel as seen in the film 2001: A Space Odyssey
Here's the manufacturers description (Artifactory):
Artifactory’s HAL 9000 replica is composed of CNC-machined aluminum, and is recreated directly from the original 1967 studio blueprints! HAL’s glass “eye” has been replicated in optical-grade glass, copied from the lens used on the original prop! Our replica also features 15 different phrases which can be activated via several user-selectable modes.
When it arrived I was pleasently surprised by the size of the prop. It's huge! Funny how photo's can fool you if you have never seen the original.