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InConJunction Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention

Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis Marriott East

July 6 - 8, 2012

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Fyberdyne Laboratories

Fan Guest of Honor

Fyberdyne Laboratories (circa 1989) is a group of friends who do extraordinary work in costuming. They branded their work under the name "Fyberdyne Laboratories" which was inspired by a few other "dynes", chiefly "Cyberdyne" from Terminator and "Hyperdyne" from Aliens. The "Fyber" is the result of their primary medium which is fiberglass armor construction. The group consists of several departments which lend their skills to the collective.

Edward Endres, the Executive Director, is the fiberglass expert of the group and builds most of the physical armor. He works out of South Bend.

Bob Vailliencourt is the Artist/ Designer for the group responsible for most of the sculpting.

E. Weber Jones is the tech and weapons guy.

Robert Beech also sculpts and does make-up.

Leman Yuen is the group tailor.

Tony Truitt deals with prop construction and vac-forming.

Mike Bolin also does prop construction and vac forming and final finish as well.

Mark Shidler does just about everything else, as well as tailoring.

Loren Christensen, the group's newest member, is involved in fiberglass construction.

The group's efforts are mostly for their own amusement, but every now and then interesting things happen. Over the years they have had a chance to do professional work with credits including, Lucasfilm, Marvel, and DC Comics, Alex Ross, Dynamic Forces, work on movies and television. All the members are based throughout the Midwest. They love to teach their craft and have a goal to continue to see costuming flourish.

For additional information, please refer to Fyberdyne Laboratories's Web Page.

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