51

Re: Props - No Clothes

MajorBoothroyd wrote:

You Must Continue!!! Surely there could be more SPECTRE props? ajb007/smile

There probably could be but don't call him Shirley....

52

Re: Props - No Clothes

What more could one ask for....... amazing props, Andy's impressive detective work and showcasing MG's superb talents  ajb007/martini

Well done Andy, the Photoshopping ain't bad either ajb007/martini

One of us smells like a tart's handkerchief.

53

Re: Props - No Clothes

Wow - amazeballs!!!!!    ajb007/martini

Instagram - bondclothes007

54

Re: Props - No Clothes

Wow, 007! Seven martinis here! ajb007/martini   ajb007/martini    ajb007/martini     ajb007/martini      ajb007/martini       ajb007/martini        ajb007/martini

55

Re: Props - No Clothes

I know we've had the final update on this thread but it's just too damn good to let it slip down the pages of AJB - so I've made this a 'sticky thread' for the foreseeable  ajb007/martini

I hope that is ok with Gadget Meister ?

YNWA: Justice For The 96

Sometimes no news is just bad news taking it's fvcking time

56

Re: Props - No Clothes

Yeah, the clothing brigade should not take over control  ajb007/biggrin

Well done Andy, I am looking forward to showing off my brand new MR cam when it's ready  ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol

162435

President of the 'Misty Eyes Fan Club'.
------Sir Miles, keep your filthy fingers off my signature,  !! -------

57

Re: Props - No Clothes

Just  ajb007/martini amazing! You have better access to Bond's gadgets than Q, GadgetMeister!

"How was your lamb?" "Skewered. One sympathises."

58

Re: Props - No Clothes

Glad to see it made a "sticky". These posts should not be missed!!!!  --Ed

59

Re: Props - No Clothes

Humbled guy's, thanks.  And to Sir Miles for the Sticky  ajb007/cheers

60

Re: Props - No Clothes

Credit where it's due - the attention to detail and the man hours gone into research, sourcing and making are phenomenal  ajb007/amazed huge kudos to all involved  ajb007/martini

YNWA: Justice For The 96

Sometimes no news is just bad news taking it's fvcking time

61

Re: Props - No Clothes

Wow stunning collection and love the Glock
Ross

62

Re: Props - No Clothes

OK, no clothes...just props...I figured we can all contribute at this point...this prop means a great deal to me.  First, I loved it as a child when i saw it on screen, second it does a TON of stuff that the FE doesn't do (working laser light, blue flash when trigger pulled, opening iris, flexible scope etc...), but most of all it was made by Ed...and we all know what that means!  It is a masterpiece! 

https://s32.postimg.org/eazir3p1d/IMG_7118.jpg

https://s32.postimg.org/xycoc5n7l/IMG_7119.jpg

https://s32.postimg.org/k5y9giwg1/IMG_7120.jpg

https://s32.postimg.org/v6teljoox/IMG_7121.jpg

https://s32.postimg.org/j6cjyk6o1/IMG_7122.jpg

https://s32.postimg.org/stg289znl/IMG_7123.jpg

https://s32.postimg.org/cwhabk79d/IMG_7124.jpg

Visit www.thebondexperience.com
for our newest vlogs on living like Bond, one moment at a time...

63

Re: Props - No Clothes

Very nice David, OK guys throw your Photos on here - Props only

64

Re: Props - No Clothes

Was trying to post a congratulation, but once again beaten by AJB gremlins...

So suffice to say, blown away!

Last edited by ke02eww (2nd Jul 2016 18:08)

65

Re: Props - No Clothes

Here's a pic I'm particularly fond of.

On the right is the prototype of Maggie (the TB breather), the finished article is the left.

In the front is the prototype DAD breather (Lisa) and in the back is an artist proof of the FE set that was put into production using my prototypes that I made them.

http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w435/minigeff/642DA048-CF00-446E-9B9E-5C021D008F76_zpsxzjhdhsi.jpg

'Force feeding AJB humour and banter since 2009'
Vive le droit à la libre expression! Je suis Charlie!
www.helpforheroes.org.uk
www.cancerresearchuk.org

66

Re: Props - No Clothes

OK so I have a few props - nothing to write home about really - but this thread has inspired me to have a go at actually making something! This is quite a big leap for me as I don't really have access to any machinery and I'm not that technically minded... but watch this space.

I  hope that the great members of this forum will be able to assist me in making my first prop.... I've got something in mind... which Gadget Minder suggested when I contacted him recently.

Oh and as soon as I get my camera out I'll take a few snaps of what I've got so far.

Bye For Now! :-)

BOND MISCELLANY
www.bondmisc.weebly.com
MIS-CEL-LA-NY - A collection of various items, parts or ingredients, especially composed of diverse literary works.

67

Re: Props - No Clothes

All here are delighted to help and/or encourage your progress! That is exciting.

68

Re: Props - No Clothes

Bond Collectors' Weekends wrote:

All here are delighted to help and/or encourage your progress! That is exciting.

Thanks!  ajb007/martini

I've decided to have a go at making a Goldeneye Mine complete with working LED's and sound. Just won a Joystick on Ebay.

BOND MISCELLANY
www.bondmisc.weebly.com
MIS-CEL-LA-NY - A collection of various items, parts or ingredients, especially composed of diverse literary works.

69

Re: Props - No Clothes

Can anyone advise if this is the correct paint for the Goldeneye Mine?

In some places I've read it's Army Green and others I've read it's Olive Drab:

http://www.humbrol.com/uk-en/catalogsea … army+green

http://www.humbrol.com/uk-en/155-olive- … paint.html

I'm guessing that I should get the  acrylic? Also do I need a Primer to get a better finish?

Thanks in anticipation of help.

Last edited by Aston Martin DBS (8th Jul 2016 13:51)

BOND MISCELLANY
www.bondmisc.weebly.com
MIS-CEL-LA-NY - A collection of various items, parts or ingredients, especially composed of diverse literary works.

70

Re: Props - No Clothes

I've always gone for the Olive Drab as the Army Green is a little too vibrant, Acrylic or Enamel, both need priming with a light sanding with a very fine grit paper between.

71

Re: Props - No Clothes

Gadget Meister wrote:

I've always gone for the Olive Drab as the Army Green is a little too vibrant, Acrylic or Enamel, both need priming with a light sanding with a very fine grit paper between.

Thanks GM

Will I sand it and then prime it and then sand it and then paint it. Or do you mean just prime it and sand it and then paint it?

You can really tell I am new to this can't you?

BOND MISCELLANY
www.bondmisc.weebly.com
MIS-CEL-LA-NY - A collection of various items, parts or ingredients, especially composed of diverse literary works.

72

Re: Props - No Clothes

If it needs it, sand it before and after, but def after primer.  It not only smoothest the surface but gives the paint a key to adhere to.

73

Re: Props - No Clothes

Sand to 400-600 grit, prime, optional resand at 400 grit, reprime, top coat of colour, optional lacquer.

Don't mix the type of paint. Ie, don't combine an acrylic primer with an enamel top coat. Enamels have better 'bite' on plastics, but can take longer to dry.

'Force feeding AJB humour and banter since 2009'
Vive le droit à la libre expression! Je suis Charlie!
www.helpforheroes.org.uk
www.cancerresearchuk.org

74

Re: Props - No Clothes

Thanks already for the help Minigeff and Gadget Meister!  ajb007/cheers

BOND MISCELLANY
www.bondmisc.weebly.com
MIS-CEL-LA-NY - A collection of various items, parts or ingredients, especially composed of diverse literary works.

75

Re: Props - No Clothes

See what I mean? Seriously, I talk a lot, but I learn here new things constantly.