I've always likes the Richard Mueller novelization (it was actually the first "adult" novel I ever read when I was six). That particular scene with Winston at home show's off the book's rather excellent prose and third person limited narrative.
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Hey I was just checking if you ever got those plans done? http://i1167.photobucket.com/albums/q633/demon-vice-commander/GB16%20Thrower%20-%20Top%20Surface%20SAMPLE.jpg I'm still working on fine-tuning the measurements, but here's a basic sketch of what I've been working on. Once they're complete, I...
None of the screen-used throwers had any kind of seal on the vent. They did have a reflector inside the vent to help amplify the light, though.
I really think people are making too big a deal over the arms. Mark Wilson's arms were in the suit and look a little thicker... so this is pretty close to screen accurate ...I bet they look just fine when posed as the sculpt intended. Really? http://i1167.photobucket.com/albums/q633/demon-vice-comm...
Those huge beefy arms on Slimer really hurt the figure and make him unfit for any kind of display. If it weren't for the diorama pieces, I doubt anyone would buy or even want this figure. And does he come with 2 nearly identical heads? Such a bizarre figure. It seems that one of the two non-hotdog ...
Those huge beefy arms on Slimer really hurt the figure and make him unfit for any kind of display. If it weren't for the diorama pieces, I doubt anyone would buy or even want this figure.
The title of your thread is a bit misleading, making it sound like you found a perfect match for the custom-built lids on the screen-used packs. Granted, it's great for a first-time/budget build, but it's still a far cry from what was used on the screen-used packs.
Thanks for sharing, though.
theamazingryan84 wrote:are these actual size? they seem larger on the car
The A6 tanks on the screen-used Ecto are closer to 6" OD.
It sounds like the only similarity to an Ectomobile your vehicle will have is the GB logos on the sides. Other than that, what you've basically described is an unmarked police vehicle. One of the key elements to an Ectomobile is being a loud and flashy vehicle that draws attention to itself. Ghostbu...
As a stand-alone Stay-Puft figure, this looks like it could very well be the definitive version. However, the rather small size doesn't really put it in scale with anything useful.
You also want to determine whether or not you want a shell that is idealized-accurate or production-accurate. For example, idealized-accurate would be a very clean and consistent shell, whereas production- accurate might have rough surfaces, slightly askew fins, molded-in nail heads, etc. What sort ...
Have you tried looking in the Equipment sections of the main site? There's a wealth of information detailing exactly what you want to know.
slimer01 wrote:HI everyone has any one made plans yet? I'm going to build a 80% pack for my daughter. Thanks if anyone can help.
I'm currently working on a set of plans for the thrower. I'll hopefully have them in a presentable state within the next week or so.
This is another thread that is long overdue for an update; I finished these new packs about a year ago and just now got around to doing a proper photo shoot of them. I'll probably start a separate thread detailing the actual assembly, electronics, parts, etc. http://i1167.photobucket.com/albums/q633...
Would it be possible for a moderator to sticky this thread? Not to toot my own horn, but I think these are pretty decent photos that shouldn't get buried in the forum.
I almost forgot about this thread! The KUD Meter was one of those neglected in-progress projects collecting dust in my workshop, so I finally finished it a few months ago (I still need to add the blinking LED). Despite being such an obscure prop, the KUD has gotten a lot of laughs at conventions due...
I recently made a new set of gizmo and trap holsters for my GB1 and GB2 belts. Although I had been working on my own GB2 gizmo holder template for some time, I opted for Jairus' great template which more or less matched my own measurements. Check out the other useful templates on his website: http:/...
boutzo wrote:Where did you get the gb1 snap hooks?
I found the GB1 snap hooks on eBay several years ago; I haven't been able to source any with the accurate rectangular slot, and last I heard, the manufacturer changed the design to have rounded corners.
It almost looks like they used a stunt pack as reference for that GB1 pack.
Too bad No Small Children's amazing cover of the GB theme (played during the credits) wasn't included on the soundtrack; it's by far the definitive version to represent GB16.
A friend and I recently flew from St. Louis, Missouri to Los Angeles for the Hollywood Premiere of Ghostbusters . We managed to get the packs on the plane without any real difficulty, but there are several steps that need to be taken. 1. Proton Packs need to be checked luggage. Taking them on as car...
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