Polidor attack Submarine from Voyage to the Bottom of Sea
Another screen used miniature from my friend / client who a big collector of Sci Fi T.V. movie props. This is the Polidor from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea as seen during the enemy attack sequence in the 1961 feature. This footage was also re-used in the pilot of the television series “Eleven Days to Zero”
The display base was created out of thick wood and a sculplting material called Sculptamold . The large rock formations were started with floral foam, sculpted, and then covered with Sculptamold. The Polidor (or Skipjack) as it actually started life as, needed some restoration work such as cracks repaired, paint touch-up, and a propellor added that had previously gone missing.
Oliver Hardy 54mm
Just for fun, a 54mm Oliver Hardy figure painted in acrylics.
66″ NAUTILUS from 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea
Father Karras 1/4 Scale Bust from The Exorcist
Recently finished this great 1/4 scale resin bust from The Exorcist. This gorgeous sculp is by Jeff Yagher, and depicts the late, great, Jason Miller as Father Damien Karras. He is not only a true hero of The Exorcist but one of cinema’s great hero’s. A priest who sacrificed himself to save a young girl he hardly knew. I painted this figure in Vallejo & Privateer acrylics.
REGAN from The Exorcist 1/4 scale bust
Recently finished this beautiful resin 1/4″ scale bust of REGAN from The Exorcist, (my all-time favorive fim!) — sculpted by Jeff Yagher. The base depicts the demon “Pazuzu”a nice touch to already great bust. I painted the figure in mostly Vallejo and Privateer acrylics.