Adam shares a piece of miniatures modelmaking from his work on Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones! This computer terminal was Adam's original model that was reproduced as set dressing for a miniatures set, and made use of kit-bashing, laser cutting, and even practical lighting effects! Adam explains how it also features a classic effects trick that assisted in the post-production compositing process.
Adam shows off the details of his completed Chewbacca bowcaster replica, the assembly for which he did mostly off camera in a comfort build. This prop completes his Chewie cosplay ensemble, and Adam suits up in his costume to wield the finished build and let out his Wookiee roar!
Adam shares one of the most impressive film props in his collection: a helmet from the Ridley Scott film Alien: Covenant! Made by the incredible effects suit fabricators at FBFX, this piece is has an astounding amount of detail that makes it look and feel like a real manufactured space helmet from the Alien universe.
Adam Savage shares two pieces of his collection from the film 2001: A Space Odyssey. The first is a replica mask of the moon-watcher ape from the beginning of the film, lovingly made by veteren effects artist Steve Neill using the same techniques that Stuart Freeborn invented for the original costume.
Duncan Jones' Moon is one of our favorite science fiction films in recent memory, and it featured wonderful use of scale model miniatures to for shots of the lunar base and vehicles on the lunar surface. We get up close with a selection of these gorgeous miniatures--made by Bill Pearson and his model shop team at the Shepperton Studios--which have just come out of a private collection to be part of Prop Store's upcoming Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction (December 1-2).