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Here's a progress photo of a film prop I'm making. There's still a lot to do so not everything here is perfect ;)

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Also, feel free to check out what I currently have offered in my Etsy store. If you don't see something listed, I can get it for ya! :) [link]
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Here's the most recent Lemat paintjob done for a Mr. Buddy Wampler :) It's a solid resin cast that has been thoroughly painted with magic dust and tiger's blood. Please do not attempt this at home! Trained "professional" here, yup! lol


If you'd like your own, just shoot me an email. They're not cheap, but neither is the gas for my lambo. Did I say lambo? I mean Nissan Sentra. ;)


Respectfully,

Brian Johnson
Johnson Arms Replicas and Props
johnsonarms76@gmail.com

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Legs removed and added the spressor from the new Spectre exclusive to Walmart
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Studio shoot at Toys n Joys Hawaii Oct 2008
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A sandtrooper macrobinoculars found near the outskirts of a Dantooine Spaceport.
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Beyond Dantooine's lush grassy landscapes, within the old jedi ruins, there are others like us...
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A commissioned Mechanical Scorpion made with watch parts including dials, strap springs, winding stems, knobs, and more. All metal, soldered together with lead free silver bearing solder.

For more photos of the process of making this little creature, see [link]

For more Clockwork Arthropods see here:
Spiders: [link] [link] [link]
Dragonfly: [link]
Mantis: [link]
Butterfly: [link]
And first Scorpion: [link]

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custom order by request

A new clockwork arthropod made from watch parts and soldered together with lead free silver bearing solder. Of the Creature family: [link]

Like Creature, he has fiddler crab style claws. The most intricate body-chassis I've done to date. Started out as a bit of an "engine" assembly built around a heart of a brass winding stem knob. Balance wheels, bridges, stems, brass train gears, spring bars and other parts make up the core. An automotive lightbulb makes up the abdomen. The rear is inspired a bit by the war machine version of The Iron Giant. A balance wheel with spokes cut out forms a ring of support for the abdomen. Watch stems hold the balance wheel to the body, allowing greater support for the abdomen. Each side is different, yet organically balanced, much like real life. Watch bands act as neck support/spines. For more picture of this guy: [link]

Pieces for sale: [link] and [link]

Website: [link]

Facebook: [link]
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custom order by request

A new clockwork arthropod made from watch parts and soldered together with lead free silver bearing solder. Of the Creature family: [link]

Like Creature, he has fiddler crab style claws. The most intricate body-chassis I've done to date. Started out as a bit of an "engine" assembly built around a heart of a brass winding stem knob. Balance wheels, bridges, stems, brass train gears, spring bars and other parts make up the core. An automotive lightbulb makes up the abdomen. The rear is inspired a bit by the war machine version of The Iron Giant. A balance wheel with spokes cut out forms a ring of support for the abdomen. Watch stems hold the balance wheel to the body, allowing greater support for the abdomen. Each side is different, yet organically balanced, much like real life. Watch bands act as neck support/spines. For more picture of this guy: [link]

Pieces for sale: [link] and [link]

Website: [link]

Facebook: [link]
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Spoiler alert! If you haven't seen Batman the Dark Knight Rises you may want to skip this.

Robin John Blake is Gotham's newest protector and needed a new look now that he quit the force. This movie masters style design is something I came up with for his transition into a crime fighter. New sculpted mask and hair give him a more rugged look and the red/black outfit (sans yellow) was one of my favorite color schemes for Robin in the comic. I used the GCPD Blake head, Spiderman New Goblin 6" body, and various fodder parts to create him. A taster nightstick, riot shield, arm-mounted grappler, and bo-staff round out his weaponry. His red scarf-cape is removable and he turned out to be extremely articulated, able to do all sorts of martial arts poses.
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The Galactus Buster Iron Man armor is teased at the ending for the Marvel vs Capcom 3 video game when you beat it using Iron Man and you see Tony Stark building the Galactus Buster suit to combat against cosmic threats. Here I expanded upon the idea and created a custom Galactus Buster Marvel Legends figure using the center body from a DC Direct Stel, Mark 42 head and lower arms/lower body from a DC Universe Lex Luthor in armor figure with extended legs. His helmet and extra armored sections come from various Halo and Mega Blocks Iron Man parts. Generally Iron Man's armor is red and gold but in the teaser shot it has Galactus' colors in it, assuming that he used actual material from the defeated Devourer of Worlds to create the most powerful Iron Man armor in the galaxy!

Want to own this custom or one like it? Check my Ebay Auctions to see what's available this week: [link]
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Shambling down the dimly lit corridors of an Imperial space station comes the frightening Death Troopers, undead Stormtroopers that seek the feed on the living! This custom Star War Black series 6" Death Trooper was made from a Sand Trooper with a hollowed out helmet, scarred armor, and Black Lantern Abin-Sur head. A lot of paint effects were used to simulate the art of fungus covered, dirty, stained trooper armor with actual cracks and chunks taken out of it along with dirty bandages. Watch out, the Death Troopers are on the move...

Want to own this custom or one like it? Check my Ebay Auctions to see what's available this week:
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Yes, the water does look freakishly blue doesn't it? XD I'm surprised I got that close to the edge of those wet ocks, considering it was at least a twenty foot drop to the water o.O

costume based off the NEGTC
saber hilt by Random Sabers
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Having worn the "metal bikini" for 5 or so years now, I've pretty much gotten my fill of wearing it...but I've always wanted an opportunity to get studio quality shots of my Slave Leia before hanging it up for good. And finally after a year or so I was able to schedule something with my friend and photographer Britt Dietz. I'm very thrilled with the results :)

And YES, I'm well aware I don't have the chain collar on. This was a conscious decision as previous shots with the collar and chain proved to be creating odd shadows on my face and body.


Photographer: Britt Dietz of Moments Capture Photograhy

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Bikini kit by Mike Schiffbauer of Dragonfyre Designs

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Vibro Ax on loan from Eliot Sirota
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Having worn the "metal bikini" for 5 or so years now, I've pretty much gotten my fill of wearing it...but I've always wanted an opportunity to get studio quality shots of my Slave Leia before hanging it up for good. And finally after a year or so I was able to schedule something with my friend and photographer Britt Dietz. I'm very thrilled with the results :)

And YES, I'm well aware I don't have the chain collar on. This was a conscious decision as previous shots with the collar and chain proved to be creating odd shadows on my face and body.


Photographer: Britt Dietz of Moments Capture Photograhy

[link]

Bikini kit by Mike Schiffbauer of Dragonfyre Designs

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Vibro Ax on loan from Eliot Sirota
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Compiled image of 6 views of the armor. There are more parts to this set, linked below.

All leather construction. Lots of layers and textured leather and lots of airbrushing and subtle shaping.

I was hesitant to upload it since it doesn't fit the mannequin at all but you can get an idea of the detail that went into the piece anyway.
its a huge file but you can see the full sized image by clicking 'download image'

More in my gallery [link] and at PrinceArmory.com [link]


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This is part of a full armor set, its all finished so pics will be coming at some point in the near future.
All leather construction with blesbok horns.
I tried to hide rivets and stitching as much as possible so it looks organic.
Mostly 10oz veg tanned leather.
Lots of tooling and airbrushing.
More pics coming soon~

Use the download feature for full res image.
More in my gallery [link] and at PrinceArmory.com [link]


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This is almost the same as the one I did for the commercial but with the Visor I wanted to do (client needed open faced)

Want to see how I made the visor piece? I posted an album with a mini guide on our facebook page
www.facebook.com/PrinceArmory




You will find some obvious similarities with this past design:
www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbi...

For this commercial:
www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=5...



Mini guide for the visor piece:


Prince Armory Custom Creations
dA Gallery azmal.deviantart.com
Website www.PrinceArmory.com
Facebook www.facebook.com/PrinceArmory
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An updated picture of my Tire tool Knife, tire iron knife, or 4-way knife. You know, You know!

October is my 31 Days of Knives and November is my annual sweepstakes month for my dA and Facebook. Depending on how long you have been around, you know that I only take one day off from making knives. Which is Sunday. My Sundays are still spent in my shop, working on my personal projects, which are usually swords. However, they aren't always swords.

For the last 8-9 months, I haven't let any of my projects leave my shop. Why? For October. Every 24 hours for the entire month I will be posting a picture of one of my knives/swords/specialty weapons. Some I will be sending out to get photographed. Most of them you haven't seen me make before. However, since 90% of my time is spent on pending orders, I'll be posting up a few pictures of those knives. It should be a riot.

Of course, November is my annual sweepstakes month. Two of the knives/swords/axes/awesomeness that I will post during October will be the first place prizes for the give away. December....will be the month that I create my best work ever. Sadly you won't get to see that until Feb.

As always, if you need anything from me or just want to check on an order. Send me a message. I'll be around for a little while today sorting through past messages.




Logan Pearce
www.pearceknives.com
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And you just thought I only made terrible looking knives! Well the jokes on you. :P I make terrible looking chopsticks as well. So, ha! :)

~On a serious note. The case works even better with them than I thought they would. I wasn't going to share it at first, since this is one of the Christmas orders, but what the heck.

Acccckk~ dA changed some...or was this already here? ._. I'm not great with change, you know. There is a reason I continue to carry on an art from thousands of years ago. :D


Logan Pearce
www.pearceknives.com
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An updated picture of my Rebar Knife. :happybounce:

Blue won the sword handle. For those of you who voted on black, you are in luck. Black will play a part in the handle. :D As for green, you will see it in the near future as well, just not on a sword. lol. Now that I have some pictures of my work, I'll be able to be active again. I still have the stag handled knife, as well as a tactical, and updated Remnant knives to keep us all occupied until I get the pictures of both swords in. :la:


I mean, I'm in such a good mood I might even hop over and do a fantasy style knife.



Logan Pearce
www.pearceknives.com
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Esta maquete foi construída para ser exposta na mostra Expocoleções 2007 no Forte de Copacabana, Rio de janeiro. Essa mostra tinha por finalidade a celebração de 30 anos de Star Wars.

Essa maquete (na escala de action figures 3 3/4 polegadas) representa com detalhes a sala de reuniões da Aliança Rebelde, como é visto no filme Star Wars Episódio 6 - O Retorno de Jedi.

This diorama was built to be showed in Expocoleções 2007 Exposition in Forte de Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro. This exposition was idealized in celebration of the 30th anniversary of Star Wars Saga.

This Diorama (in action figures scale of 3 3/4 inches) represents with details the meeting room of the Rebel Alliance as seen in Episode 6 - Return of Jedi.
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Esta maquete foi construída para ser exposta na mostra Expocoleções 2007 no Forte de Copacabana, Rio de janeiro. Essa mostra tinha por finalidade a celebração de 30 anos de Star Wars.

Essa maquete (na escala de action figures 3 3/4 polegadas) representa com detalhes a batalha no Planeta Utapau, como é vista no filme Star Wars Episódio 3 - A Vingança dos Sith.

This diorama was built to be showed in Expocoleções 2007 Exposition in Forte de Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro. This exposition was idealized in celebration of the 30th anniversary of Star Wars Saga.

This Diorama (in action figures scale of 3 3/4 inches) represents with details the Battle in Planet Utapau as seen in Episode 3 - Revenge of the Sith.
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Scratch-built open lightsaber.
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Lord Starkiller Helmet based on character from The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition on the Hoth Level. I made this from scratch.
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Lord Starkiller Costume
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I first sculpted this helmet years ago. It is based on the helmet from Star Wars Republic Commando the videogame.
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i have restocked the small sized tentacle barrettes. They are a little darker and a different texture than the last batch because of different leather used. There will be a stock of the first style coming late next week if you preferred those. I sort of like the subtle look of these new ones.
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Baku bandanas are now shipping! They came out CUTE!
Foo bandanas, Werewolf bandanas are in stock too!
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More Leviathan barrettes are done and in the shop:

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Prepping for Monsterpalooza soon so im making stuff like mad! www.rubberroom101.com/monsterpalooza2011/
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Everyone needs a deep sea creature to help hold one's hair back! These Leviathans have been specially bred for their docile nature and eagerness to nest in human hair. All Leviathans have been humanely sterilized to prevent any egg laying in the user's coif. Please be aware that any sudden startling could trigger the Leviathans fear response, resulting in ink discharge which is easily washed with soap and water.

These barrettes are cast from original sculpts. The plastic used is not only very tough but also incredibly lightweight. They are so light, they float in water and their weight is barely noticeable when worn.
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