Busy day at the studio

Lots more done today on…we’ll everything. The Tricorder molds were taken apart today. It needs to be trimmed and cleaned up but it all fits back together and will make good tricorder bodies.

Started on the next section of the tricorder mold.

More work on the Giant. I made proper sockets so when the parts are made from the molds the eyes themselves will pop right in. Fin it blended. The jaw gets preened up next and the whole thing will be ready to mold.

Isaac did a bunch of editing. We made new Spock ear molds and made up ears for our orders.

Last I got all the appendages  on the submarine functional. Prop, dive planes and rudders all working.

6 Responses to “Busy day at the studio”

  1. December 19, 2016 at 8:43 am

    Any possibility of selling casts of the Iron Giant’s head?

  2. 3 Raul Quiles
    December 19, 2016 at 11:46 am

    The Tricorder Main body is one of the most complicated molds I have seen you run, how are you going to get the resin into the mold when it’s closed?

  3. December 19, 2016 at 11:51 am

    Magnificent job on the Iron Giant!!!! I LOVE IT! i’m sure it’s going to be expensive, but can I ask how much would the head alone be? Just LOVE it!

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