Check out my latest custom. This is my first try at sculpting actual parts for a munny. The idea was really good, but I think the follow through lacked a little bit. I could have done a lot better job on the nose and the glasses, but Epoxy putty is so hard to work with and it dries so fast. I think I may have to invest in some Milliput instead. Maybe that will work better. For what it's worth, this was still a great learning experience, and hopefully the next sculpt will be better. I also had to switch Clear Coats. I use to use this stuff that I found at Wal-Mart, but they stopped carrying it. I switched to Automotive Clear Coat. It seems to work good, but I have to be careful because it likes to clump. Check out all the pictures on My Flickr.
Check out my latest custom vinyl. I decided to pull out some nostalgia by doing this Soopa Coin Up Bros. Vinyl with the old game Yo! Noid. I really love this DIY kit by ESCToys. I was really inspired, and though it didn't come out exactly how I wanted it, it came out really nice. For more pictures, check out my Flickr Page.
I have been really motivated lately to paint Vinyl, so I am going to show off my Toad Munny from Super Mario Bros. I love the way the face came out. The cool thing is that I was featured on That Girl's Site, which is cool because nobody has every really seen my stuff. My piranha Plant Munny was also featured on Tomopop. I can't wait to finish my next great idea!
Usually I post about cool toys that other people have made, but today I am showing one of my own. I just finished it this weekend, and I think it came out awesome. This is my Piranha Plant, and you can see more pictures at Flickr. Tell me what you think, I love getting feedback and comments on what I can do better!
I have been in a sort of picture taking mood, so I decided to make some custom scenes with some of my toys. I just got the Roswell Peecol from Kidrobot and I thought it would be great to make a mad scientist's laboratory. Luckily I still have all my Mega Blocks, Area 51 toys, so they worked perfectly. I especially love the lighting that I used. I am not a professional, but this was a lot of fun. If you want to check out the rest of the pics to this set, you can check out my Flickr page.