http://www.firebladecomics.com/customs/ ... rver2.html
Kept the overall design of the 1st version with a few tweaks and improvements. It was a big attraction at our table at Megacon over the weekend. Everyone wanted to play with it
kevinj319 wrote:I don't know how you feel about fake welds, but you could do one of those around the project boxCheck out my 3rd version, I used epoxy putty to blend the battery box in much better. I did consider welds and I may yet do that for the next version...
Gareee wrote:Did you document the parts in your older thread? Since well be getting Matty PKes, the only other real bit of equipment we need is a gigameter of some kind, that this would fit the bill nicely.http://www.gbfans.com/community/viewtop ... 34&t=18492
Gareee wrote:Thanks for that link.. I can sus out the handle parts, but not what you used for the main body parts.
crusader_x wrote:Well with people starting to guess the parts I guess I should go ahead and list them. Spoiler warning though, this will ruin the illusion...
The main body is a patient's phone from a hospital.
The handle is PVC.
The view cover is PVC and the viewscreen is the clear prismatic plastic used in overhead lighting fixtures.
The clear dome with the spinning lights on the bottom is a mini version of those lighted globe toys.
The scanning antennas are made from CPVC and Pex pipe.
The bottom box which is the battery cover is made from a electrical outlet extender box and was highly modified.
All of the cosmetic plating is styrene.
The reason I don't give these lists outright is because now when you look at it you'll just see all the parts and not the complete prop, like I do. Or maybe not...
GB Ty wrote:Lol, the Deca meter. Between the PKE, and Giga i highly prefer the Giga Meter. And your version is awesome.Thanks I appreciate that
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