Thursday, 2 October 2014
I've added some hand painted fridge magnets to my online store. They're resin casts of original sculpts I made and painted with acrylic paints.
You can get one of your own from the shop link on the right hand side of my blog page. Plenty more designs will be added over the coming days.
The Roller Derby skull includes the option to have the helmet painted in a colour of your choice and I can leave the scroll blank , so you can add your own logo, name etc.
Sunday, 28 September 2014
Zombie Shop one of my themed toppers. I'll sculpt the figure, Andy then paints the sculpts to his incredible standards. Pop over to zombie shop for all the details. Click here :)
In other news I've started to add some painted resin casts of my horror themed magnets. The first up is Frankenstein with more to follow soon.
Friday, 26 September 2014
I'll post a link when Zombie Shop launch the link in their webstore :)
Sunday, 17 August 2014
Here's my Evil Dead Ash mini munny. I converted him from a munny vinyl figure and super sculpey.
I've been a massive fan of the Evil Dead movies since I was about sixteen. Ash is also my favourite movie character since, so he had to be included in my lineup for the horror convention I'm attending in October - Scardiff 2014.
I've also started work on an Deadite to keep him company, as well as Captain Spaulding and Hellboy :)
Saturday, 16 August 2014
My second munny conversion is finished. Captain Spaulding has joined the ranks, ready for Scardiff in October. You can see I've also started work on a Ash from Evil Dead 2. I'm going to make some Deadites too.
They're all made using a mini munny figure with sculpey and painted with acrylic paints. Hellboy and Captain Spalding are also available in my online store, the link is on the right hand side :)
Wednesday, 23 July 2014
I discovered the art of converting Munny figures at the weekend. I'm so enjoying making these guys that I've ordered several more blanks ready to convert.
Hellboy here is made using a 2.5" Foomi figure. I built up the sculpt with super sculpey and painted with acrylic paints. The base is a Cthulhu mythos themed resin cast from Fenris.
If you look at the right hand side I've also added an online store, where I will be listing more of these critters as they become available. In addition to that I'll have several with me at Scardiff 2014 in Cardiff.
Now I need to get on with some toppers and a Cthulhu Munny :)