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Evil Dead Holster & Harness

Posted by Fallon Foster on

I enjoy the challenge of recreating props from classic movies.  There's often just enough information in screenshots and promotional bits to get an idea of how a thing fits together.  In this case I had a commission to recreate Ash's shotgun holster from the second Evil Dead movie.  I probably spent more time researching this particular prop than anything else I've done in awhile.In the movie, Ash seems to be make his holster on the fly out of belts and an old flap of fabric.  It has a cobbled together sort of look without a whole lot of "polish".  The holster is...

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Bull Hood

Posted by Fallon Foster on

This was a commission for a full mask resembling a bull.  I've made a few small masks (and a pair of goggles) but nothing that wraps around the entire head before so it made for some pretty interesting challenges.     An early task was trying to figure out how to manage the horns.  The obvious option was to special order some steer horns and install those somehow.  Natural steerhorns are 8-12" long through and would've been pretty unwieldy.  After shopping around for awhile I wound up printing the horns myself on my 3D printer.  After friction welding them to...

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League of Legends Cosplay

Posted by Fallon Foster on

This was another large order for a video game cosplayer.  This fellow was looking to cosplay a character from League of Legends which I'm vaguely familiar with, but not exactly up to date on.  So if the particular character has a name I'm not aware of it.  For our purposes the important bit were the three pouches and the two bandoleers.  The client will be building the rest of the get-up himself but that still left me with a fair amount of work. We used a bit of photogammetry and scaling to figure out all the right dimensions.  This still...

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Action Shots: Lara Croft Cosplay

Posted by Fallon Foster on

The client who ordered the Lara Croft backpack was awesome enough to send me some pictures she took at DragonCon.  That cosplay sure seems to have come out pretty awesomely!  Well done!

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Lara Croft Backpack

Posted by Fallon Foster on

One of my favorite challenges of craft has been reverse engineering video game gear and trying to figure out ways to replicate it in meatspace.  This is usually pretty difficult since video game artists aren't limited by physics and they often don't understand the materials they're portraying.  In this case I had a commission to reproduce the original backpack used by Lara Croft back in the early days of Tome Raider.  This would have been a great project to devote a couple of weeks to but I needed to expedite it to make sure it would arrive in time for...

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