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Yes we are still here, Just very very busy
Written by Lionel
March 21, 2014
Hello folks , once again I am back and updating the website with new creations. It has been a busy time for us and there has been little time to update, I would like to also link you to our gallery here on Deviant art . http://thundolis.deviantart.com/gallery/ So onward to the news We are now getting noticed by some of the larger companies and recently built an item for Adam Savage of Mythbusters fame. So we are getting out there in the world. So keep watching! we have a lot more to upload as time permits between the flurry of creations. ...
Lion of the sun, where Imagination can come to life
Written by Lionel
April 23, 2008
My motto is to try and bring the best possible costuming to life within the price range of the average person. Although I can to commercial level work with commercial level materials if required, much of what you see here will not set you back the tens of thousands most professional production houses charge. I have countless years of experience in engineering and was an engineer well before I was an artist. I have a background in both robotics and electronics. Also with extensive background in leatherwork. I can do detailed armor and costuming to fill out the full look of the creature you are looking for. My masks come standard with articulated jaws that move with yours, and I can design and install electronic and mechanical modules to fit your needs. Dragon head with smoke? Need a video camera installed...
Cooling , not just for costumers anymore
Written by Lionel
March 14, 2009
Well, so far so good. the cold sun cooling system has taken costumers to a whole new level of comfort. But now, a system originally made for people wearing heavy hot costumes has turned out to be a very good solution for soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq. Often times its 122.deg in the shade during the summer there and having to wear heavy body armor with ballistic plating means you can overheat quickly. This allows fresh air to be circulated under the body armor for 6 -8 hours per charge. While not an official approved system, prototypes were sent along for evaluation for free. with good feedback for lowering the profile of the fan system for a pocket setup that will work with exsisting gear. There is no reason why police and other services working in high heat cannot be cooled by this system. On another note, tak...