Jurassic Park Raincoats


#1

For those of you following my JP Jeep build , or those of you who haven’t ( check it out !):wink:. If you weren’t aware the production staff of Jurassic Park were tasked to make raincoats for the film … Dennis Nedry sports it as he is eaten by a dilophosaurus. Anyways while the original brand is long discontinued but harbor freight makes an exact match to the original coat … I managed to get the decal files courtesy of the Jurassic Park Motorpools website cosplay section. My dads friend had some decals printed and they are on the way … here is the link to the raincoats and stay tuned ! https://m.harborfreight.com/2-piece-yellow-rain-suit-x-large-62261.html(upload://obqftn9RfDCwwUWUU9bwCTHIavQ.jpeg)imageimage


#2

You’re going all in I see!
What’s on your JP bucket list next?>


#3

OMG! Totally frigin’ awesome- I will at least get the coat…


#4

Hey if you want I can send you the decals ! Lol :joy:


#5

I would cry tears of joy like rain!:sweat_smile::cloud_with_rain:


#6

Pm me


#7

Ok began test “ mudding” one of the raincoats … will use this one as Muldoon for from the jeep chase scene SDCC and my friend will be Ray Arnold … need to have a lab coat embroidered…


#8

Are you going to throw yourself into the alligator pit when you role-play “Nedry?” All in the interest of authentic cosplay, of course! (;

–Paul E Musselman


#9

I ain’t big enough to play Nedry … lol


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#11

Looking great, good job-:+1:


#12

Do you have any updates on the coat, Maybe more pics?


#13

Driving to the lone star state to look at a 56 Chevy so I’ll send more photos of the coats when I get back


#14

Hi, can I ask are the decals vinyl? What did you use to adhere them to the coat, and have you had any problems with creasing? Thanks


#15

Hi , they are vinyl. What seemed to work best is to has a product called bulldog adhesion promoter and sprayed it on the general area … let dry … and placed the decal , then lightly coated it … it melts the decal ever so slightly and adheres it better than usual


#16

I used that for painting the bottom rubber strip of the Odo buckets.


#17

Hi thanks for the tip.
I’ll give it a go and post the results. Cheers!


#18

Don’t expect it to be perfect… with the vinyl it will always peel eventually… that’s why the originals were heat pressed