Motorized monster maker by Topper Toys

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Motorized monster maker by Topper Toys

Postby Archives » Sun Nov 01, 2009 11:47 am

toppermonstermaker
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01/23/06 at 10:36 AM
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Hi Everyone,



My name is Don and I'm a late baby boomer, and appreciate Ed's working on some goop that's more readily available and sets up like the good ol' Superplastic. If you're interested in the Motorized Monster Maker or had the toy as a kid, please check out my website (very home made, low tech):



http://www.geocities.com/toppermonstermaker/



I hope to link Ed's site and this message board soon and maybe send out some emails.



Don

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Re: Motorized monster maker by Topper Toys

Postby Archives » Sun Nov 01, 2009 11:48 am

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01/23/06 at 08:55 PM
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Monster molds,,, I am looking for DR Shriek molds,, and a body, doesnt have to be motorized,, I just want to make one Shriek for display,,, Ed



I have a unused rings and things set that I will be selling soon,only problem with it is superplastic is dried up,, but will be adding 2 full bottles of new superplastic as soon as its available,,,

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Re: Motorized monster maker by Topper Toys

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mjthompson
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01/25/06 at 11:21 PM
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Can one of you Monster Maker experts tell me what I have here? I'd like to put these out on ebay but I'm not sure what they're called. I think it's Willy Wierd Werewolf and OG Ogre based on Don's site but I can't tell for sure. The molds numbers are DC0183A, DC0184A, DC0180A and DC0181A.
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Re: Motorized monster maker by Topper Toys

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01/26/06 at 07:59 AM
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You got the names right,, Ive been looking for only DR Shriek,, but email me with what you would want for them,, maybe Ill start collecting all of them,,,ED
ed@retro-hobbies.com

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Re: Motorized monster maker by Topper Toys

Postby Archives » Sun Nov 01, 2009 11:58 am

toppermonstermaker
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02/12/06 at 07:44 PM
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Hey, looks like you did real well on that Willy Mold, Congratulations!

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Re: Motorized monster maker by Topper Toys

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Making an OG Ogre,,, I have never seen this listed and I dont have an original instruction sheet for Og,,, but heres what I do to make it possible to have Og hold a bone,,, cut a 12D nail (not galvanized there too lumpy and get stuck),, down to .965" long,, just under an inch,,, place that in the space provided in the bottom part of the hand mold,,, fill mold as ussual,,, when done remove nail piece,, you may have to cut extra goop from around it and use a little force to get it out,, but it will leave you with a hole in his hand to hold things,,,I had Og and Dr Shriek as a kid and dont remember there being a part supplied to make this hole,, but anyway a cut off nail works just fine,,, Ed


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