Welcome to One Eff Geof's Odd Creations web site. This site is something of a personal blog, brag board, movie theater, tip line and location where I''ll be selling a number of my diorama creations. Hopefully, your visit will be interesting, amusing
and maybe even informative. I should mention that any of the dioramas on display here that have either light and/or sound effects will have an asterick (*) next to their title. Just play the movie at any of those pages which, I hope will be as entertaining
for you as it was challenging for me to build.
Well, I managed to pass the quarter of million hits on this web page sometime last night, although 300,000 are probably from me checking to see how many hits I got. But seriously, I wish to thank all the
folks that have visited my site and given me tons of support through the years, particularly you "repeaters". According to SimpleSite, I average over 1500 hits a week so at that rate, I should arrive at half a million by 2028! Hopefully, I can provide enough
quality content to keep your support. Thanx again, guys & gals. Geof
A new old Monster Clock from Earthbound Studios that Maneged to get my hands on is pictured above. Here is the link to see more pictures and a brief description of
the painting process: https://www.oneeffgeof.com/448959009
A nice little 'conversion' kit I built recently based on the Willaim Castle black and white film "The Tingler" as Vincent Price
is about to get tingled is at this link:
At the bottom of this page is a twelve minute video walk around of my home showing the dioramas and kits I have built
over the years. I made a few errors by mixing up Frank Frazetta's work with Ray Harryhausen's in my narration but other than that it is fairly accurate. All that you see in the video are also displayed in this web page in one form or another so if you would
like more information about a kit or diorama, it will be here. Just select the "More" tab above and look at the drop downs. Most are grouped by category. Please feel free to comment and I will respond when I can.
I have also added a new section
called "Groovy Videos" (click on the "More" tab above for the drop down menu) which will be a growing collection of very brief films made by animators from around the world that I hope you'll enjoy. At this writing, I have added one about the 1985 award winning
MTV video of the song "Take Me On" by the Norwegian pop rock group A-ha. Though not sci-fi or horror per se, I think it fits well in the Groovy Video section. If you're never seen this video, give it a watch and see if you agree.
Additionally, I have
been making a number of objects using a 3D printer that I've recently acquired. I just finished a pair of King Kong figures that you may find interesting. Using the 'More' tab above. select "3D Kongs" from "3D Stuff" to take a look. I've also made a
3D bust of the battle damaged Terminator from Terminator 2 that you can also see in the "3D Stuff" section.
I've also added a few new tips to the Hints & Tips page that you may find to be helpful. If you have any tips of your own you'd like to share,
please feel free to contact me via my email address and I will post it for others to see.
If you have any questions on how I did something or comments correcting any errors (they'll be a few, I'm sure), please leave your remarks in the comments section.
But most of all, enjoy your visit.
Note that ALL photos on this site are of my own build ups unless noted otherwise. Also, ALL the build-ups here are for sale. I couldn't list them all because this website limits my sales area to only five items.
If you see something that you like, make me an offer! I only charge my out of pocket expenses plus shipping to you. If interested or you have any questions, please feel to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org