Logray Protomolded Figure
This protomolded figure of the Logray is particularly interesting because it comes complete with all of its accessories. It is composed of injection molded white plastic and is entirely hand painted. Beside the figure is the head dress, which is made of brown rubber material that is much different from the stiff plastic used on the production accessory. The interior of the head dress is very roughly formed. It was probably proto-molded using a preliminary metal mold. This assumption is backed up by the fact that the figure is totally lacking holes in the bottoms of its feet.

Here you see the other two accessories, both of which are cast in a very flexible white rubber. As you can see, they're very rough as far as molded detail is concerned and they're painted a dark brown color.

The back of the figure. It has no copyright information stamped onto its legs. Unfortunately, the rubber accessories, which were in place on the figure for a number of years, reacted with the plastic of the figure and caused some deterioration of the paint.

Description by: Ron Salvatore
Photo: Ron Salvatore
From the collection of: Ron Salvatore
Country:United States
Film:Return of the Jedi
Category:Prototypes / Action Figure Related


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