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Bob's Prop Shop Rebuild:http://www.gbfans.com/community/viewtop ... =2&t=36984
RGB/Movie Hybrid Pack Builds:http://www.gbfans.com/community/viewtop ... =2&t=36938
GB Reboot Pack Pics from SDCC 2015: http://www.gbfans.com/community/viewtop ... =2&t=39739
JoeLuna33 wrote:This is pretty incredible. I heard nothing about this at the con. I just hope that it doesnt take the prop making aspect away from this site and hobby.The CEO of Avonos was GBProps.com User #2 "Got Maul".
I'm sure he would do right for all of us. After all he was a big help in getting the site off the ground in the first place.
Licensed Proton Pack replicas are obviously something the community has been wanting for a very long time, but at this stage the Uniforms are really the best thing about this.
Anovos's costumes are the next best thing to screen used, they'll most likely be the first truly accurate uniforms we've seen. I haven't had a full GB costume since I was a teenager, but I'll be buying this.
(1) High-end PKE Meter
(2) Accurate ripstop/herringbone uniforms
(15:19:06) kind2311: my face, mouth more specifically, has been known as the cockpit round these parts for years
(00:41:11) AJ_Quick: But...
(00:41:17) AJ_Quick: They are also making dreams.
(00:41:21) AJ_Quick: Dreams COME TRUE.
(00:41:27) AJ_Quick: For the child in all of us.
JoeLuna33 wrote:I just hope that it doesnt take the prop making aspect away from this site and hobby.I don't think so... did Anovos have that effect on the Star Wars and Star Trek communities?
pyhasanon wrote:Nope. The costumes produced by Anovos are expensive. They basically are the "one stop shop" for the costumer that have the cash.JoeLuna33 wrote:I just hope that it doesnt take the prop making aspect away from this site and hobby.I don't think so... did Anovos have that effect on the Star Wars and Star Trek communities?
That being said, if a person purchases a full Star Wars costume from them, it pretty much guarantees approval from the 501st and Rebel Legion.
I still believe this community will have more accurate packs then any mass produced company
if you look on therpf it also takes anovos a very long time to deliver...
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LandoSystem wrote:I really hope their packs are like $20 cheaper than that VHS-Robert fellow and he's driven right out of business. We know they will be better quality, lets just hope the price is there.Whats $20 on a $1500 buy?
Although, I think I still prefer a self-made pack, just because of the effort and individualism of each build. Like people above I'm interested to see what they make of the smaller props, like the PKE, Giga Meter and trap. Again I kinda prefer homemade trap builds, but if they make a replica that doesn't look like a plasticy toy then I'd probably be interested.
Hopefully something like QMX's 'Artisan' props, just not as expensive...
bromie wrote:Hopefully something like QMX's 'Artisan' props, just not as expensive...It's Anovos, it's gonna be expensive...
However, my worry is that if they do do uniforms, they will only sell them as complete uniforms rather than flightsuits....this means belts, elbow pads, and all the things that go on the belts....if they only sell them as complete uniforms I dread to think what the price will be.
My uniform is pretty basic....proton pack, desert tan flight suit dyed gray, web belt with key fobs, leg hose, elbow pads, etc. What I did not have is the trap, PKE meter, belt gizmo, and goggles. I was talking to him about the lack of these items, and that is when he told me to check the website on Oct 31st, which leads me to believe they will be producing some/all of these props.
I'm sure they will do proton packs, but I am also sure they will do props to accompany the uniform. I guess I am optimistically cautious. After all the time, resources and swear words I invested in making my own pack, the reward was seeing what I had accomplished at the end of the build. As mentioned in other threads, the build...mistakes and all...are mine. Commercially produced items just don't seem to compare.
Having said that, I am hoping they have a fantastic PKE meter and set of goggles.
gold333 wrote:My fear is that Bob tries to recast itLandoSystem wrote:I really hope their packs are like $20 cheaper than that VHS-Robert fellow and he's driven right out of business. We know they will be better quality, lets just hope the price is there.Whats $20 on a $1500 buy?
Rodimus wrote:My fear is that Bob tries to recast it...or claim that it's his... He did that with the Matty stuff...
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Anovos has a very high standard for screen accuracy with the Star Wars stuff, but the manufacturing process of say a 100% screen accurate storm trooper costume is relatively simple compared to that a proton pack. The stormtrooper stuff and Star Wars helmets is all vaccuformed pieces or injection molded plastic basically.
I'm just very curious to see how they will pull off making pack replicas while upholding their high standards of accuracy as a company, I mean they are going to have to get surplus of parts.... make legris elbow replicas... fiberglass shells, ect.. we all know how much is involved in making a pack.
I can't really see Anovos doing what Matty did with the thrower and make a dumbed down simplified replica.
We shall see!
On another note.... With some of the Star Wars items, they were able handle and 3D Scan some of the original props... So who knows maybe with the official License they have had access to the Hero Packs?
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