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"Global Link" prop reproduction (from "Earth: Final Conflict")

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I enjoy making reproductions of sci-fi props. This one is the "Global Link" smartphone from the TV show Earth: Final Conflict (which aired a decade before the first iPhone).


With convenient belt clip!


The show had a few versions of the prop (opened to various degrees, closed, and a "hero" version which used an accordion arm and something like a miniature window roller shade to show the screen extruding from a case apparently too small to contain it). Still sourcing the parts for a hero version, but I could at least make the static versions.


Modeled in Blender, based on screenshots from episodes throughout the first season.






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