Chariot From Lost in Space
Chariot from Lost in Space
66″ NAUTILUS from 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea
Flying Sub: Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea 1:32
Moebius FS in 1/32nd scale. One of my all-time favorites from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. Beautiful model with added lighting, and converted resin figures. I airbrushed a home brew of Tamiya and Vallejo acrylics for the yellow and blue striping.
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.
Judy Robinson from Lost in Space & The Robot
Fun, “stylized” Judy Robinson from the (3rd season) of Lost in Space. The figure is resin, and was airbrushed in acrylics. The Robot is a re-issue of the old Aurora kit.
City Beneath the Sea “Vulcan” screen used prop diorama
Lost in Space 1/32 Space Pod
Moebius model of the 3rd season Space Pod from Lost in Space. I added lighting and a heavily converted John Robinson figure that started life as a Verlinden race car driver. The robot is a separate accessory from Moebius as well. I painted the model in a combo of Tamiya flat aluminum, and Vallejo Orange Red acrylics.
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea T.V. Seaview
Voyage to the Bottom of Sea T.V. SEAVIEW 1/128th Scale
U.F.O. Straker Car
Ed Straker resin
City Beneath the Sea 1971 screen used Missile prop
Just finished up this base & LED lighting for a Missile prop from Irwin Allen’s CITY BENEATH THE SEA a Sci-Fi telefilm from 1971. The missile itself is an original screen used prop from the film, and seen prominently during the evacuation sequence of Pacifica, the futuristic underwater city depicted in the film.
Since my friend/ client didn’t want the prop altered in any way, I created the base depicting an underwater setting and launch pad made out of wood & polystyrene. I used the old Viewmaster for reference details. LED lighting was also used to set it off.