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properties, props

Objects on the stage of a theater related to a performance, including furniture and decorative elements.
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In this job, your talent and skills are considered more important than your formal qualifications, although many prop makers choose to take an art-based or technical theatre course before looking for work.
Her work with professional companies--Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and Utah Shakespeare Festival, just to name a few--has given her extra insight into the operation of a successful prop shop.
In the next phase the 3D prop is hand painted, using as much detail as in the original picture provided and according to the customer's requirements.
Many variables need consideration in prop selection, such as boat-hull design, boat loading, boat use, motor size, motor mounting, and water temperature.
The basics of prop technology remain largely the same.
Don't use large props that can't be built up or taken down quickly.
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If terrain, airspace and smooth air allow, we leave the throttle wide open, but back the prop down to 2100 rpm.