Okay, onto some of the the hardware choices for this build. There are some compromised I had to make since I am replicating a virtual prop, but I think I'm making out okay so far. So lets begin . . .
First up are the replacements for the Legris 4mm Elbows and Clippard L-fittings found on the movie packs:
For the elbow, it seems to me that they are now brass/gold in color so I decided to get all brass elbows. As for the L-fittings, the ones in the game seem to have a slotted screw on top so I searched around and found clippard makes something similar. After they arrived though, I wasn't happy with how much smaller they are then the movie L-Fittings so at this point, I'm still debating if I'll use them.
Moving onto the Ion Arm and its resistors.
The game pack seems to have mixed it up a little with what resistors are on the ion arm. Now it looks like there's 2 Dale RH-25's on it and who knows what else next to the one. I'm either going to use a Dale RH-50 there or chop up a resin one I have to get the look that is on the game model.
Next up is the project box on the slime tank.
This looks like a combination of both project boxes off the Slimeblower prop from GB2. I chose to use the smaller project box. I also have the 2 Linrose lamps from the Slimeblower and I await my model tank for the treads on the side and the black piece between the colored lamps.
Last (for now), is the banjos on the wand.
I chose to use Nycoil banjos accurate to the second film. I feel they are the closest thing to what they tried to model on the game model.
As for the slime tank itself, I'm going to construct it from 3.5" OD acrylic tube and use 2 3.5" OD domes for either side of the tank.
I am still debating how I will construct the black "cap" on the bottom of the tank.
That's it for now folks, until I get more stuff in.