Brandomack Productions opened its doors in 2010, the first project being the Enterprise-C. From there, requests started to take shape and projects grew from the obscure to the awesome. From the Anubis helmet in Stargate and the plutonium case from Back to the Future, Brandon continued to expand his skills into new areas. Brandomack Productions has done countless projects now lovingly housed by coveted collectors across the world.
Modeling and Scultping
A very integral form of expression something that I am greatly attuned to, something that has always come very naturally to me, I can often lose track of time, encased in a bubble for projects due to the joy and pure creation of the process. I was deeply inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci during a school trip to the Royal BC Museum, how he would often work for days on end and falling asleep beside his work and waking up beside only to start again, completely immersed and hopelessly dedicated to his creations.
If you are looking for someone who has the skills and ability to bring your project to life, please do not hesitate to contact me.
The Batman Begins armour was made in 2010 from chip-board and hot glue prior to receiving fibreglass and body filler. It will see service to a great charity for Costumed Heroes visiting children in hospital The concept drawings are mere examples of the ceaseless meanderings of my creative mind, simple…
The Pony Sign was seen in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings, this sign was made from lightweight balsa wood, epoxy sculpting putty and polyester resin. The customer has requested a lightweight sign to hang in his basement.
This lovely statue was 3-D modeled and printed by R. Griesbeck, and was smoothed and preened to prepare for mirror smooth polished Gold finishing.
As a fan of Stargate since 1994, this was a project that was on the bucket list to create. Countless hours were spent fiberglassing and sculpting from body filler, hand scribing endless fine details to replicate the absolute work of art seen on screen.
These cases were inspired by one made by world renowned artist Mark Raats (with his blessing) The idea being that the replica blasters for sale did not come with adequate means of display and protection, this solved both issues along with providing a display worthy of screen time in the…