New job title. Handy Man.
On the right is a 3d printed hand that I'm using for research into a robotics project.
At the back is Rightie. The animatronic Terminator arm that I used last halloween.
I sold the left hand that I had made for $800.
On the left...is the last one to be made.
Leftie is almost finished and will then be going on Ebay and etsy.
Some crappy photos of my E-11. I think I'm done with it. Still gonna give it couple of clear coats and maybe a bit of shine to the counter box window and scope lenses but otherwise I'm done. I've already put too much time into it considering it's not even near accurate. The only mod I did to it was to attach real screws on the muzzle, otherwise it's only Doopydoos resin kit parts. I'll probably try to take better pictures when I get a display stand for it. My original plan was to buy T-21 blaster but since they are a bit more expensive I thought this one would be a good start. Still gonna buy or build proper T-21 at some point though. #e11blaster#sandtrooper#stormtrooper#starwars#doopydoos#tatooine#starwarsprop#501stlegion#propreplica#replicaprop#anewhope#blaster
My first -gallon- kit of 65D resin! Normally I just get one or two trial size kits, but I've never had to cast something bigger than a mask. I oddly feel just a tad more professional just holding big jugs of this stuff 😅. Emil was intended to be a budget cosplay, but I wanted to push myself into trying to cast a full helmet piece. Had to do it eventually! .
Gonk droid finally finished , fully scratch built to try and get as close to screen accurate as the meagre reference material allows. Search my gallery for the build pics
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