It's been too damned long since my last post. I've got a lot of nearly finished things to brag about, but since it'll be a while before I get a chance to actually write about them, let me take you on a roundup of the latest UnFinished Objects on the bench...
First off, here's the beginning of parts I'm making for a desktop statuette version of the Funbot, the mascot for Fundemonium, a local toy and hobby store:
The statuette will be one of the perks offered as part of their crowdfunding campaign to help pay for their move and expansion in a bigger better location. Details can be found HERE.
A while back I made a Space Wolf version of my Warhammer 40K space marines. Since then the going has been slow, but I'm making a thunder hammer to go along with him. This is the forming buck for part of the hammer head:
Speaking of 40K, I'm off to a good start on my Grey Knight Terminators. Here's a few helmets out of the molds (the one on the left is the original prototype):
Since I can't seem to get Ironman out of my system, I've also started work on a War Machine helmet. I'm also nearing completion for the Mk39 "Gemini" helmet on the right:
I've always said that I never make just one of anything I make. True to form, here's the parts of my 2nd ED-209 coming together:
For details about building the first one, including the series of videos that MAKE Magazine published showing how it was done, click HERE.
Since my girlfriend bought tickets to Star Wars Celebration: Anaheim, it falls to me to make sure we'll have suitably impressive costumes to wear to the event. The first one I've gotten started for her is the bounty hunter Shae Vizla from the MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic. This project is being done in collaboration with DW Design Studios (who makes some phenomenal Star Wars stuff). I've made a few small parts here and there. Here's the jetpack prototype coming together:
Since we'll be there for more than one day, I have to make sure we've got different outfits to wear each day. In order to show off my insanely hot girlfriend, I couldn't think of anything better than to dress her up as Darth Talon, a Sith Twilek who appears in the expanded universe. As it stands right now, here's the armor parts taped onto a duct tape double:
Finally, after watching this project come together at Tested.com, I bit the bullet and picked up a Needler kit from Volpin Props. This beauty will be a prized addition to my arsenal of HALO props:
So that's what's in the lineup right now. Stay tuned.