This comic sucks and I'm going to review it.
Aaand what I'll likely be wearing UNDER the zip-up shirt.
YEA POKEYMAN YEA.
Here are what the cosplay pieces look like assembled. As you can see, still need to add the white piping on it.
It's also the largest cybermat, just a bit larger than my previous largest one, the refit Mark 1.
Installing an RC car has not been fun, though. Tried two others, but the one I used for my first one works best.
He even put in lights, something I've been unable to do with any of my previous efforts.
Got the new cybermat from @featherweight_ ! And if anyone needs to look at an expert propmaker, look to him.
Aaaand full thing in extended mode. Started working on this before October, had to pause for everything else.
Here it is from a slightly different angle.
And here's the wand in extended mode... which is kind of harder to do since I painted and varnished it.
And here we have me aiming it at a comic I'll be reviewing in December...
What's that? A "sonic screwdriver," you say? Nooo, I call it what it is - a magic wand.
In other news, just finished up a prop I've been technically working on for a few months - a magic wand!
The major difference between the two? I was more careful with the glue this time, as you can see.
The original's has three holes with colored transparency, which aren't really visible even when viewed face-on.
The red bit comes from an RC car that I had taken it off of to help improve the IR sensor. Waste not want not.
This one sticks a bit closer to the original tutorial, using rolled-up paper instead of wooden dowels.
Had so much fun (and because it was so simple) making the communicator prop that I made a second one!
...will be much more sturdy and is based on Blake's 7 season 4 as per this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4BR4jgCFAc
Working on a new permanent communicator device for the show. The previous one was rather unstable. This one...
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