custom movie props and customized nerf guns

Shop Update 11-16-2011


Hi Folks!

I’m just getting caught up with the holiday rush that’s begun so forgive the slowdown on posts 🙂 I’ve also had the opportunity to work on some projects that I’m not able to share right now, but hopefully I will after the first of the year. It’s pretty cool stuff so I’m bummed to not be able to share right now. I hope these photos will do until I get a chance to edit and upload the other photos still on the memory card! 🙂

Starting off, I’m working on a Nerf longstrike with a recon barrel, trying to make a cool steampunk style rifle. The scope is from a Longshot
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next we have a Nerf Element with some screw holes being filled and internals gutted to make it a prop only. It’s strating to look a bit like something from Terra Nova maybe.. 🙂
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Buzzbee Tommy 20 being done in a 50’s deco style, might end up looking like something out of Fallout, I hope
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A detail shot of last week’s Lasertag LTX blaster. It shows a bit of the smaller stuff sometimes lost in the full gun shots
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What’s taken most of my free time over the past few weeks 🙂
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A little test mule nerf scout. I decided to try out some carbon fiber vinyl, I hope it’s decent for a first try (second photo)
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and a halo themed Scout for good measure 🙂
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The Resin Mass Effect M5 is getting some much-needed attention
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Some results from doing some shopping and thrift store rummaging 🙂
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and proof that sometimes the post office breaks things. :/
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Some goodies for the Firefly fans
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First coat of paint on the beast rifle. Gray goes on next
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and lastly, proper photos of the Recon/Longstrike Assault rifle in HALO looking trim
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Thanks as always for visiting. Please let me know if I can make something for ya!

All the best,
Brian
johnsonarms76@gmail.com

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One response

  1. Joe

    Epic, as always. I’m loving the carbon fiber and your Mass Effect Arsenal.

    November 18, 2011 at 1:07 pm

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