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Angry Hornet, Ray Gun Sculpture

Angry Hornet, Ray Gun Sculpture

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$500.00

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Height: 9 Inches
  • Width: 12 Inches
  • Favorited by: 2 people
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From Grand Blanc, MI

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"The Angry Hornet", 12" x 9" (10" on stand) 2018
(garden hose nozzle, solar lights cases, drain pipe, hard drive disks, computer fan grill, cabinet knob, metal drill case, etc.)

Answering the question, "Do I make full scale ray guns?". Yes, I do make full scale ray guns. I even create backstories for them.

The infamous Angry Hornet was the hero ray gun of the day at the battle of Cornish 10 of the the Caponic Federation. Boasting a phase rate of 1,000 cyclitrons per micro-flynns, this weapon of choice for the Cornithians provided the fire power they needed to put down the rebellion and free the planet of tyranny. Unfortunately, the Cornithians had really bad eyesight and the rebellion itself consisted of four fence posts, some kind of alien cacti and an beachcomber looking for loose change. The beachcomber was questioned and later released but the rest were executed for their treasonous crimes against Cornanity.

Includes custom stand and metal case. No active electronics.

Disclaimer:
All ray guns for sale here have been deactivated and the power cells drained
in order to avoid any unnecessary and possibly messy explanations to next of kin.

My name is Andy Hill, sometimes known as Andyman. With Electro Art Works, I've combined two of my passions, recycling and science fiction, to create unique, whimsical sculptures that are sure to bring a smile to your face. My major influence has been retro-science fiction design including classic sci-fi movies and those wonderful tin robot toys of the 50's and 60's. All of my works are built from cast away electronic parts, appliances, scrap metal, junk parts and virtually anything else that hasn't been used in the last five minutes.
"The Angry Hornet", 12" x 9" (10" on stand) 2018
(garden hose nozzle, solar lights cases, drain pipe, hard drive disks, computer fan grill, cabinet knob, metal drill case, etc.)

Answering the question, "Do I make full scale ray guns?". Yes, I do make full scale ray guns. I even create backstories for them.

The infamous Angry Hornet was the hero ray gun of the day at the battle of Cornish 10 of the the Caponic Federation. Boasting a phase rate of 1,000 cyclitrons per micro-flynns, this weapon of choice for the Cornithians provided the fire power they needed to put down the rebellion and free the planet of tyranny. Unfortunately, the Cornithians had really bad eyesight and the rebellion itself consisted of four fence posts, some kind of alien cacti and an beachcomber looking for loose change. The beachcomber was questioned and later released but the rest were executed for their treasonous crimes against Cornanity.

Includes custom stand and metal case. No active electronics.

Disclaimer:
All ray guns for sale here have been deactivated and the power cells drained
in order to avoid any unnecessary and possibly messy explanations to next of kin.

My name is Andy Hill, sometimes known as Andyman. With Electro Art Works, I've combined two of my passions, recycling and science fiction, to create unique, whimsical sculptures that are sure to bring a smile to your face. My major influence has been retro-science fiction design including classic sci-fi movies and those wonderful tin robot toys of the 50's and 60's. All of my works are built from cast away electronic parts, appliances, scrap metal, junk parts and virtually anything else that hasn't been used in the last five minutes.

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