North American Science Fiction Convention 2019 (NASFiC)
Guest of Honor - Dragon Dronet
By the time he arrived in Los Angeles, Dragon Dronet was not only experienced in props and costumes; he was a seasoned professional in stunts, weaponry, and popular on the convention circuit. He honed his skills as a science fiction artist and illustrator while winning costume contests all over America, and studying martial arts and swordsmanship.
Dragon Dronet’s expertise led him to work as a props master, stuntman, choreographer and actor. Dronet worked on films such as Total Recall, the comic adaptation Batman Returns, and Alien: Resurrection. His continuous work includes Star Trek franchises, Chronicles of Riddick, Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes, MacGyver, Babylon 5, and Darth Malgus for the "Star Wars the Old Republic " video game.
You can find more about Dragon and the Renegade Effects Group on Facebook and websites. Dragon’s philosophy on life is simple: “My word is my bond and integrity. The only way to truly know yourself is to follow your dreams, do your best, and never give up.”
Dragon Dronet's Latest Projects
Dragon can be seen in a cameo picture with a sword he built as the original head of a dojo in the upcoming movie “The Art of Self Defense”, staring Jesse Eisenberg, to be released in 2018. You can see Dragons work (Luke Steel Helmet, blue tunic by Wanda Piety) on the newest album cover of Empire of the Sun “Two Vines”, and you can hear him play Sax on the latest English Beat album, with Dave Wakling and Michael Railton.
- Game of Thrones “winter is coming” white walker sculpture displays
- Hollywood walk of Fame Toshiro Mifune Star presentation (Armored Presentation Honor Guards)
- Design and construction of Special Super Bowl presentation ring for CBS sports 2018
- The Dallas Cowboys 7/11 commercial
- Vampire diaries
- Teen Wolf
- The Magic Wheelchair Predator event at Stan Lee's Comic Con
- Star Trek Renegades and Renegades: Requiem
- Sharknado 3 and 4
- Maker Force 5 new TV show
- Nintendo switch
- Black Panther
- the new Acer computers predator ads (costumes and armor design, build)
- Walmart Star Wars Jedi training commercials just to name a few