I’ve received request after request from guys in leagues that said they just wanted a small one. A trophy that is–that they could put on a bookshelf and obviously rub in a buddy’s face. Something that they could hold on to after the league trophy has left them for another proud recipient. Well, I’m proud to say that the Armchair Quarterback Option has been born. It will be up on the site soon, but this is an early picture of what it looks like. If you’re interested in pre-ordering one just contact us and we can get one out to you. But for now I’d be thrilled to hear any feedback. What do you think?–DM
The FANTASY NASCAR TROPHY is finished!! I’ve decided to give you NASCAR fans a first glimpse at what you have been asking for–a fantasy NASCAR trophy like no other. Here it is. Please be patient. The photos have been sent to the web designer and will soon be up on the site. However, you can contact us if you want to place an early order. What do you think?–DM
Well, maybe it’s not a cup, but a NASCAR trophy like no other. Yes, the sculpture has made its way on to the mold making stage and it is almost ready to be poured. I’m really pushing to get it up on the site within the next 2-3 weeks so that it can be out before the end of the season. -DM
The sculpting process has nearly come to an end and the mold making stage closes in. I’m excited to say that I have almost finished up the new NASCAR fantasy trophy and soon it will be part of the FANTASYTROPHIES.COM family. I still don’t want to give away the details of the new sculpture, but it definitely captures the essence of NASCAR and the passion of it’s fans. I’m shooting for having this new trophy up on the site within the month so make sure to check back in from time to time. –DM
Yes, it’s true. The Fantasy NASCAR trophy is finally on it’s way. Today I started the process of turning a lump of clay into what will soon become the greatest Fantasy NASCAR trophy you can find. I don’t want to give away any details just yet, but keep checking in to get the latest on it’s progress. Also, I’d be thrilled to hear any suggestions from you diehards out there as I sculpt. Do you have anything you’d like to see on this new trophy? Thanks, Dave
All trophies begin their journey in a shop in Brooklyn just under the BQE and in view of the Statue of Liberty. It’s here that I spend weeks and sometimes months sculpting a lump of clay into what I believe truly represents what fantasy sports are all about.
Once the mold is made trophies can be cast. Each trophy is poured from a rigid urethane compound by hand and then separated from the mold. It’s at this stage that the trophy truly takes its shape.
Once the cast trophy is pulled from the mold it moves on to the finishing stage. Here it is given a bronze finish that is applied by hand.
While the trophy is being cast and finished the solid oak bases are being cut, sanded and assembled. All bases are then given a polyurethane finish.
The finished trophy is then hand pack and shipped out to you.