Roundtable Productions provides entertainment solutions for your film, television, or media project. We can develop your concepts and designs. Fabricate your prototype or final product and digitally integrate it into your production. Our creative team has worked on Motion Pictures, Television, Themed Attractions, Theatre, Displays, Tradeshows, Toy Product Designs, and more.

Props

Romulan prosthetic make-up and props

Roundtable helped out a friend with a personal project and and needed to deliver a quality costume with props in a short time frame.  The client wanted to create a screen quality costume of a character from one of his favorite TV shows to go to MegaCon (Sci Fi convention), complete with wardrobe, badges and emblems, a prosthetic forehead and ears, and even a prop replica weapon of a Romulan disruptor pistol.  We began by doing research into what the original costumes and props looked like on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

3D Printed Romulan Disruptor Pistol

Roundtable helped out a friend with a personal project and found another application for our 3D printer to deliver a quality prop in a short time frame.  The client wanted to create a screen quality costume of a character from one of his favorite TV shows to go to MegaCon (Sci Fi convention), including a prop replica weapon of a Romulan disruptor pistol.  We began by doing research into what the original prop looked like on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Hulk Keg costume prop

At Dragon*Con 2009 we (Stefan Price, owner and assistant Erin Kelly) met an individual in the hall while waiting for the elevator.  He was painted green and carrying a large battered prop.  When he told us that he was the Incredible Hulk and that he was wielding a scaled Abrams tank it all made sense.  In that Dragon*Con is one of the largest Sci Fi and Fantasy conventions in the nation and people in unusual costumes are the norm.

Orlando 24 Hr Film Festival

Some close friends of Roundtable invited us to join them in competing in the 2011 Orlando 24 Hr Film Festival because they needed some professional grade special effects.  The film had to be shot and finished in 24 hours and could be no longer than 5 minutes.  Which meant that it was short notice to prepare and arrive on set and we had to deal with some difficult weather conditions (torrential rain storm).

The Tenant

In the Summer of 2008 Roundtable worked on the Pre-Production Design and Production of the Horror film "The Tenant" where we were in charge of the Art Department and Special Effects Department and oversaw the execution of the Stunts.

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