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  1. Thought you guys might be interested in my latest interview. Chatting about Star Wars and the Stormtrooper armour. Hope you enjoy it https://youtu.be/NjRzpeb2qn0
  2. http:// Signed/personalised copies now available http://www.brianmuirvadersculptor.com/store/c1/Featured_Products.html
  3. Thanks for asking me to join your photoshoot with the FISD, Tom. I would be honoured to be part of it. Looking forward to meeting you all.
  4. Sorry Damian but I have to leave you to research this for yourself - all the answers are there for you to find.
  5. The reason they did not dwell on the colour of the clay issue was because it was proven that Ainsworth didn't sculpt the clay. Even if they had a photo of Liz sculpting the clay helmet it would have made no difference to the verdict. Ainsworth lost 243 out of 245 points - the only reason he and any other prop maker in the world (other than USA) can produce the Stormtrooper is because the Judge went with the fact that the Stormtrooper is industrial and not art - copyright was then lost. All the info it out there Damian. No more photo evidence available as yet. It is your choice who you believe going by the facts, reputations and capabilities. BUT one major point that you seem to have overlooked when buying the suit is the suit itself. Look carefully at the details on the suit and judge for yourself if it comes from original moulds. The point of reference for that would be screencaps. Here are some more points of reference https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Original-Stormtrooper/308958205795601#!/groups/367062635069/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Original-Stormtrooper/308958205795601?ref=hl Brian Muir
  6. That's a great tribute to Jacob, I'm sure he'll appreciate it. I've been following his incredible endeavours on his Facebook page https://www.facebook...9#!/Troopertrek
  7. I now have a tribute page to the late, talented sculptor Liz Moore on my website http://www.brianmuir...-a-tribute.html
  8. Prop Talk Podcast – Brian Muir, Film Industry Sculptor www.originalprop.com A relaxed chat with Jason about my career and involvement in Star Wars
  9. Happy Birthday - hope it's a good one!!
  10. While signing at Harlow, Essex this weekend a young guy came over for a chat who said his grandad Dennis Plenty, now 78 years old, was the model for the Stormtrooper armour. I didn't have a chance to have an in depth conversation with him but hopefully I'll be able to find out some more information as the grandson also works at the Studios.
  11. Pleased to say that Vader himself - :vader1: Dave Prowse :vader1: - will be joining us at ThreeDarths Comics, Harvey Centre, Harlow to sign on Saturday and Sunday
  12. Thanks - looking forward to it - I'll be signing on Saturday 30th April and Sunday 1st May
  13. Thank you for my birthday wishes I was attending the Elf Fantasy Fair, Haarzuilens, Holland where I was signing and giving lectures. I would like to thank the Dutch Garrison for making Lindsay and I so welcome and for their great company. Also I very much appreciate the ' Imperial' clogs/klompen that I will add to my increasing Star Wars collection
  14. Ainsworth is now showing a new and improved 'sculpted mould' on his Facebook site - stating it's the one he made for the dvd produced as evidence. Looks like someone's been busy putting plasticine on it New 'sculpt' left (the one produced for the dvd but now with a smooth coat of what looks to be plasticine on one side) Finished 'sculpt' on dvd right Quote from Ainsworth :This is the exact helmet mould that was made infront of the camera for our DVD,, It is continous, without editing and was made over the 7 hour period it took to make the mould to this state Well I must have missed some of it because I saw the one on the right side as the finished version on the dvd when he'd finished with his fine sculpting with his grinder He now states the mouth pieces (wood) were embedded in the resin when in the dvd he clearly mixes up car body filler - (the tin of U-Pol is in shot) and shoves a whole load in the cavity The final version is about 6 minutes in - the first 6 minutes are quite painful to watch
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