Believe it or not, i'm actually going to post a few blogs. Apparently I took a shit load of pictures at SDCC 2014 and have decided to share them with you. Who knows, I might even bust out the digital camera and take some nice studio shots of some of the loot from con as I picked up a few figures that will go nicely under the camera with the black background...lol....
Anyways, this first post is a mosh pit of left overs. Pretty much all the pics that couldn't be categorized easily into other posts. Little bit of this and a little bit of that all mixed up. No rhyme or reason. Hope you enjoy...
Connell and David
Mandatory annual shot of Carl
View from the room. Not bad
The Lake Monsters
These figures by Amanda Visell were HUGE and cool.
Luke Chueh, Jesse Hernandez, Patrick Lam and yours truly.
Joe Ledbetter Java Monkey. The black is a show exclusive.
Luke Chueh's "Bitch" figure
black flocked with gold sheep's skin is the show exclusive
Luke Chueh's Headspace prototype. It's based on his print series. Hopefully it will include Vader and Fett below.
Gary Ham's toys are growing on me. Especially this year with this Autumn Stag mini figure display. It's huge at 30" and as you can see, it can display all your mini figures f which I have many I think it's a really interesting way to display your smaller toys. Only 20 will be produced in resin and they will be spendy.... like $500. Put another $150-$200 on top for shipping and this thing is a commitment. But I really like it.
It's based off this print and I think it translated very well to 3D.
AD-AT by Bill McMullen with help from Dave Healey
Skeletal Resin Master Scott Wilkowski
Neko Furkurou stackables by Jeff Soto. There were kinda cool. I like that they stack, but there were huge and expensive.
See all the DKE exclusives HERE
"Dream Cast: a 1/6 Scale Custom Space Opera" from Justin Alan Volpe @ myplasticheart (August 1-31, 2014)
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