Weeping Angel...Non-laser creativity


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While I wait for my GF, I thought I’d share some of the other creative things my wife and I have made.
This is a Weeping Angel from Dr. Who. She’s made of fiberglass, foam, monster-mud, and other stuff. I have pictures of the build of anyone is interested


#2

By now you must be really good at not blinking!


#3

One eye at a time…


#4

Wow! That is some sculpting work! (And I wanna go to your place for Trick-or-Treating this year.) :grinning:


#5

…someone is interested. Had never heard of monster mud 'till now. Thanks for that!


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This one (without wings) just about looks like Sally from TNBC, crying into her hands.

The one with the wings looks like a weeping angel from Dr. Who :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#9

WOW! That’s amazing!!!


#10

That’s awesome! I’m scared to blink and I’m just looking at a picture of it.


#11

I was hoping to use my glowforge to make Halloween decorations. And Christmas gift too.


#12

That is super. Every time I see a post like this I inch closer to beginning the prop-making hobby, which I have been thinking about for years. (My ultimate goal is a full-sized Stargate, but I suspect I may have to settle for a mostly-buried one instead. :slight_smile:)

TIL about Monster Mud, cool: http://www.madcityhaunt.com/blog/guide/what-is-monster-mud/


#13

A half buried Stargate is half the cost!

I built a half buried TARDIS (using my daughter bed for parts), from the episode “The Rebel Flesh”.


#14

Pictures a half-buried Tardis coming out of the floor of her library…:star_struck:


#15

Ooh! Nice! This triggered an idea for my next kegerator build. Pouring beer from a partially buried TARDIS would be amazing.


#16

Brilliant! I love the short cuts! The finished product is amazing, nice job!