Wow! Truly great style and concepts all over this thread! I wonder why I missed to check it out for so long.
Here's a render of a sculpt I recently made for Andrew Bell at Dead Zebra Inc. Andrew is a fine designer most famously known for designing the vinyl Android figure.
Love the horse, very clean and cool
New Sketchbook! (with a new free skull on page 1!)
A render of the sculpt I did of the Triple Crown Monster for the Triple Crown of Yo-Yo competition.
A trio of speedy robots that I designed and sculpted for a famous footwear company. They weren't impressed, unfortunately, but I still like them.
Pubble. The sculpt is finished and he's been sent of to the printer. He's 4 and 1/4 inches of mayhem.
I really like the robots.
keep it up man.
Great pieces, a big fan of those robots really creative Idea, keep up the good work.
Last edited by Rudeapple; 08-02-12 at 07:13 PM.
Loooooooooooooove your designs!!!
I wanna buy'em all and put them on my shelf hehe.
you are a real hero of mine sir ! the images here are much muuuuch easier on the eyes than checking your sculpts out on my phone - i'll be around peeping your out here, guruji - peace !
Hotdogant. Another proud participant in the "Million Monster March". I've been making a lot of monsters. I have dozens of sculpts, and thousands of drawings. Perhaps it's only possible to make a measly hundred, after all is said and done. But a hundred monster toys is still pretty good.
Last edited by Wetterschneider; 08-08-12 at 02:49 PM.
Totally awesome stuff. Where do you print your 3D stuff?
This is an older piece that I did for Nathan Jurevicius - his most beloved character, Scarygirl. This is the unposed base model, precisely modeled to match his beautiful art. I worked very closely with Nathan to make sure that this sculpt was perfect.