Themebuilders Philippines Inc., a specialist in theme projects and design, has announced its new Wild West Collection, complete with cowboys, saloon girls and Native Americans.
Themebuilders Phillippines Inc. is proud to showcase its latest themed collection, based around America’s Wild West. This new range is suitable for a variety of attractions such as theme parks, hotels, resorts, bars and FECs, and can help operators to create an immersive Western-themed attraction.
The Wild West Collection includes realistic cowboys, saloon girls and Native Americans. It also features an American eagle, as well as a hooded vulture.
Attention to detail
The new collection was created by Themebuilders’ team of dedicated artists, using specially made clay models and polyester resin. The team ensured a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, giving each item meticulous finishing touches.
The company is a specialist in the creation of themed attractions, as well as IP characters. Themebuilders’ large portfolio consists of high-quality themed items made of resin and rubber. The company’s R&D team also developed its own fire-resistant material called Polyte which it uses to create models.
Themebuilders’ themed attractions are durable and high quality. Items are available as standalone fixtures or as part of a whole collection.
A range of themed attractions
The company also recently produced realistic figures for an exhibition at the Hong Kong Science Museum, called “Treasures of Time – The Clockmaker’s Workshop.”
For this exhibit, it created realistic rubber models of the clockmaker and the clockmaker’s assistant to help the museum transport guests to 18th century Europe. Around 650,000 visitors attended the exhibition, which ran from December 2018 to April 2019 and was held in collaboration with Globe Creative.
Last year, Themebuilders Philippines also created 15 realistic dinosaurs for a new ride at the Belgian theme park Plopsaland De Panne. Dino Splash features an exciting prehistoric scene, complete with dinosaurs and volcanoes.