Chris Perrotta

Chris Perrotta is a highly talented artist, which have made Time Machine images with awesome details. The Time Machine looks so real, as if you could touch it. Look at the computer-drawn images here below. They show a great skill and a great eye for details.

With this valuable help, the Time Machine and its delicate details will never degenerate. See and enjoy the pictures! Just click on them to enlarge!

The Time Machine drawn in May 2007.


The Time Machine seen from above and the dish, here with the correct groups of pegs. (See Verbal goof #1) The dish is drawn in May 29, 2007, and the top view in May 2007.


The original files were created in FULL SCALE using SolidWorks 3D modeling software. The 3D model is based on what was left of the original machine and my discovery of the chair used on it. Other supporting information came from Hollywood prop builders and folks who helped restore it. It was quite the research effort. Subsequently, Masterpiece Models recreated both Time Machine versions (large and small) using my drawings and files.


Here is my imaginary image of the work bench where George Wells built the console for his Time Machine, complete with tools and the Tantalus box to the left.


My image of the Time Machine lever is very detailed, note that little copper triangles is riveted to the rock crystal and that the bottom of it has a bayonet socket.


Chris Perrotta




See also nice images which Chris Perrotta made of the Wah Chang miniature model!



Sandra Petojevic, Master of Arts, June 3, 2007 (updated August 2, 2009 and September 15, 2013)

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