If you haven’t watched Star Trek Lower Decks yet, you are missing out.
David Porter’s DCPfx prop work is astounding; his 3D prints are beyond crisp and clean, and the finished work looks like it’s jumped off the screen and into my collection.
A dream to work with, his communication is friendly and professional and his attention to detail is frankly unmatched. I feel like I should just have a direct deposit set up for him for me to get his latest effort.
Have you SEEN that V pistol?
I’ve been buying props from Dave at DCPfx for years, back when he was known as Argus on Rangerboard.
Ninjetti coins, Alien Ranger coins, SPD Containment Card – all great work, but my favourite would have to be his Samurai Amulet from Ninja Storm!
He has become my go-to guy for props, t-shirt designs, and now with his new YouTube channel, my guy for enlightening and entertaining videos as well!
From Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, the maguffin of the first season, Fury’s Toolbox.
Progress on my Agents of SHIELD Icer gun.
Each side takes 16 hours to print, so not a quick process.
I asked for subscribers on Facebook, and everyone came through!
The plan was to get to 100, so I could get a custom URL, so now I can say the new address is:
Finally painted and assembled! And a perfect fit for me!
Here’s what currently on my workbench.
I was asked about what was on my workbench right now, so here it is:
Lots of parts for my TNG Engineering toolkit, and some other prints I have shown already.
More Star Trek TNG props printed.
Soon, I hope to have a full engineering kit done.
After printing a tricorder, i thought it was time to make my own file, so I can hollow one out.
So, this is where I’m at thus far.
The props from my video – I realized they were a little washed out in the video (white props under bright lights??)
This makes me want to model a tricorder for myself, so I can add lights to it.