I’ve neglected to post this one for some time, but finally put it up on Thingiverse. I know that I’ve given at least one person permission to sell it, so I’ve made the license just CC-Attribution. Sell away, Samaritan makers. It’s really pretty simple, after all, and you’ll need to provide some parts yourself to…
I am a HUGE Venture Bros fan. And I’m also a giant nerd who carries around a customized hard-shell backpack. I started by adding the instrument handles/ears and then just put a bunch of decals on it from various things I liked. But once I got a vinyl cutter… all that changed. I designed and…
This is a replica of the arm control unit on the spacesuits from 2001: A Space Odyssey. I modeled and printed the it in four pieces: the IBM button, the top and bottom rows of buttons, and the chassis. The two metallic buttons are covered in aluminum tape and then sanded for a brushed look….
Labels designed in Photoshop and printed on waterslide decal. I may sell some of these on my Etsy shop in a bit once I find a better supply of bottles.
My imagining of what the vehicle ID plate for a Spinner from Blade Runner might look like. Spinner logo created in Illustrator. Plate designed in Illustrator and printed on clear clear label sheet, then mounted on an aluminum plate. The ‘weathering’ was actually a printer glitch, but I liked it and left it as-is.
A 3D-printable scream canister from Monsters , Inc. Designed in 123Design and available for your (non-commercial) use here: Thingiverse
This model of Robert Kinoshita’s brilliant Robot B9 (Lost in Space) was created from scratch using various reference sources.
More pics later, but here are several Blade Runner 2049 prop replicas I’ve built. Except for the tablet and pen, which are built from the same parts used to make the originals (although, the smaller tablet never made it on screen), all these owe their origin to designers from the Replica Prop Forum who designed…
Things I’m working on or haven’t posted pics of yet. HAL 9000 Samaritan (full-sized)
This is a replica of the eye exam device from the film Bicentennial Man. It was originally fabricated by Adam Savage (see http://adamsavage.com/film.html) for the film and eventually also showed up on the TV show NCIS… for some reason. At any rate, I love art deco, I love props and I love Adam Savage’s work….