HOLY POOP YOU GUYS 600 OF YOU NERDS THINK I’M COOL.
IT’S ONLY BEEN 6 MONTHS WHAT THE HELL ANOTHER GIVE AWAY
What you’re getting this time:
- A very small handmade Steam Powered Giraffe in your choice of colors
- A very small hat for your very small giraffe
- A digital download of Tumblr nominated Best Picture That Was Never Formally Recognized “Pacific Rim”
- Goodies. Probably candy of some sort.
- Drawings! I’ll draw something for you because I have no other marketable talents!
Unfortunately we have to set a few ground rules for this, because I don’t want this gettin crazy
- Kinda obvious since this is for my followers, you must be following me.
- Continental US only guys :C shipping’s pricey as it is
- If you win, please let me know if you have any food allergies
Three rules, not hard to follow :D
GIVEAWAY ENDS APRIL 17TH, MIDNIGHT PST. I’ll message the winner the following day with their good news :D
THANKS FOR PUTTING UP WITH ME YOU HUGE NERDS
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Halfway through explaining to requiodile how they’d done the arm prop for TWS I realised I was quoting info from the artbook that I hadn’t seen on Tumblr. So here you go!
"What the directors described was an arm almost beyond what Tony Stark could do now, the highest tech possible, so whoever had replaced Winter Soldier’s arm was beyond what even our main technological hero of the Marvel Universe could accomplish," Meinerding says. "That allowed us to go with the horizontal cut lines across the arm, something fairly traditional in the Marvel Universe, so it was kind of cool to be able to do it on-screen."
Shane Mahan, Physical Suit Effects Supervisor at Legacy Effects, describes the process of creating the Winter Soldier’s arm from a life-cast of actor Sebastian Stan: “First, we do an exact mold of the actor’s arm for the size and the dimension, and then we do a casting out of that. But we also took him to get a 3-D scan of his arm, so we had digital information as well as a hard, real-world casting to work from. We took the designs from Ryan Meinerding’s design team, and then one of our digital artists here — Won-il Song — created a digital sculpture.”
"I designed this to be a seamless forearm piece," Mahan continues. "And after the digital sculpture has been done, and the part has been grown and cleaned up, it matches up to a bicep piece. One of our artists, Chris Swift, is pictured testing it."
Legacy created two versions of the Winter Soldier’s arm. “We made one from foam rubber with tracking markers on it for extreme action,” Mahan says. “And then there were these arms made of urethane that were metalized and had less action mobility, but for certain shots looked reflective and really great.”
More scans etc. here.
Due to a friendly request, here, have an armored queen Elsa.
Oh crap 18k notes, I don’t even understand that number!
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