These serious looking lanterns for the series Arrow needed to be lengthened in order to house lighting electronics in the bottom half. Some constructing and a matching paint job later, and I think the taller versions look better than the original shorter ones.
These small air to ground missles we did for The Flash needed to be built of aluminum and ABS to withstand being thrown to the ground.
These glasses for the series The Flash were meant to look like they were cobbled together by a prisoner out of old wrist watches. Way more interesting than plain old boring frames, these should be offered in the real world.
We built a programable LED RGB circuit into the base for this crystal ball, then frosted the crystal a bit with clear lacquer to help with light refraction. Via remote control, we could cycle through different colours, pulse or fade the lighting as needed.
A nickel paint job on a small derringer for the series Strange Empire.
Apparently, this sort of long, tin trumpet was a common prop used in scenance performances of the late 1800’s. Various types of hidden suspension created the illusion of the trumpet floating in air, and ventrilquism was used to suggest voices of the dead eminating from it. We did this soldered tin version for the series Strange Empire.