Last edited by Gino; Mar 3, 2010 at 3:51 PM.
That is awesome Gino...
Just how many 1:1 displays do you have?
that looks brill
and even more scary without the head
Actually, all the prop stuff is in one 12' x 12' bedroom.
wow nice ...care to show us all ur 1:1 display ?
Thanks. That is the 1:1.
thats hot Gino! Cant wait to see that horned head! Darth Maul got slighted in TMP, without question
Wow, that looks spot on! Great balance and composition.
Are you still working on that uber-accurate Boba bucket?
On hold for now until the lights get finished.
Looks great.....Does it come apart into 2 pieces at the waist.....
*I need a jaw-drop icon here* Wow! Awesome! Love it!
Bortas69 - You're looking to get banned! *Just kidding!*
Looks great Gino as always. Are you going to make the outter cloak for him as well?
I'd like to but not so sure if it will ever happen.
We had an original costume in hand that we used to reverse engineer patterns from to make what you see in those pics. We don't have the luxury of doing that with the outer robe. Not to mention that it is an extremely complicated piece especially if you were to make it just like the original.
Last edited by DW Design; Jul 3, 2008 at 6:02 PM.
Man that is beautiful.How do you do your bodyforms.that does not look like a standard mannequin.lol
love to see a pic of the whole room gino....with all your displays!!!!
he's back fmor the dead!
I've actualy seen that before. It was a nightmare, but I've so seen that before. Awsome none the less!
For the mannequins, I use standard ebay ones (whatever I can find) and use sheet foam to sculpt the desired musculature. I discard the original mannequin arms and construct new arms out of wire and foam.
Awesome stuff Gino
As always you don't disappoint!
Would you have a pics or 2 without the clothes so i can get a good look at your process?I am trying to set up my life size jason displays.
I also would love to see your other lifesize displays.
I never took any pics without being the mannequins being dressed.
Pretty soon, I'll have a gallery of all my stuff online that you can check out.
Another awesome job Gino!!!