Where science meets imagination-Indianapolis

Discussion in 'Costuming and Props' started by whostheBossk, Jul 1, 2013.

  1. whostheBossk Force Ghost

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    Apr 16, 2002
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    Hello everyone! Didn't see a thread on this or where it could be. Has anyone went? I enjoyed it much more than Houston as the props were a little more spread out plus the 501st was there!

    Have great pics, will post later! Let me know what you think of this traveling prop museum.
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  2. Revanfan1 Force Ghost

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    Jun 3, 2013
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    I went to the Wichita, KS one and had a great time. No one was there in-costume but it was so great just to see the props. Loved seeing the lightsaber hilts especially, and getting to do some of the cool things like the use of magnetic Lego blocks to make a functioning landspeeder, or actually getting to sit in the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon! I only wish I'd been able to revel in it for longer, but what I got was terrific.
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  3. SethTheSith Jedi Padawan

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    Aug 1, 2013
    Yes, we went to it in Indy! It was awesome. Lots of the props and a few fun activities. The Millennium Falcon was awesome, but the actual 'ride' was a bit meh. We probably spent three hours just looking at all of the models and props from the movies!

    Did any of you go to the costume party night? It's coming up, and I'm probably going back for that with my son as Pre Vizsla.
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  4. John R Pleak Jedi Padawan

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    Sep 22, 2013
    Oh yeah, Indy was great. The props and miniature models were exceptional! I live within 30 minutes of the State Museum, so I went a couple times!
  5. jacktherack Force Ghost

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    Mar 19, 2008
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    i didn't know this was still going on, i went to it back in 2008 when it came to the twin cities. i don't know how much it changed since then, but i remember being disappointed that Darth maul's costume wasn't there. (this was years before they revealed that maul had survived, it was right around the time the clone wars movie came out.)
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