Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Get Excited!!!

This Friday - at TAG!!!
Awesome lineup of artists including: Bob Conge, Butch Adams, Giant Japanese Monster, Imagination Asylum, JEM TOY, Paul Kaiju, Planet Domu, Prometheum5, Suckadelic, Toy Architects, WeKillYou and lots more!

Resin Toy Juried Show
June 10, Friday | 7pm - 11pm

Toy Art Gallery
737 Seward St, #1
Hollywood, CA

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Custom Dunny

Was asked by a buddy in Richmond, VA, to do a custom dunny. This piece include three glass eyes and a torso that would eat anything that gets in the way.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Send In The Clowns

Here's a couple of my resin figures submitted for the upcoming Resin Toy Show at T.A.G.
These were not painted, just resin with various colors injected.

Much thanks to my buddy, Miles Thorton, for taking the photos.

Monday, May 9, 2011

Casting & Pouring Time!

Requirements for Entry:
Must be made of resin (checked)
Must have examples of previous work - preferably resin (checked)
You must be original sculptor/creator of entry piece (checked)

Pictures of my submission coming up soon - stay tuned!

Sunday, May 8, 2011

A gift for Rebel 8

Dressed to impress, this character named Ibue, is sculpted out of clay and painted with acrylic. Being a fan of Mike Giant, I was immediately drawn to Rebel 8.
I created this figure a few years ago before mailing it out last week. I hope the guys at Rebel 8 dig it.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Skinner & Hal

I made these 2 buddies for Skinner and Hal. Each figure was sculpted out of a block of clay and painted with acrylic paint. When I met them, I knew I had to make them into figures. Skinner; his artwork is so bad-ass, its like taking my brain into a portal and seeing the different chambers of mythical chaos. I love it. Skinner is a inspiration and all around great guy and good friend. And his buddy, Hal always smiling when I saw him and that made me smile, so I can tell he is good folks.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Recap: Big Trouble In Little China

The mural by Task1 welcomed me as I arrived.

Set up took less than a day, thanks to the help of Spanky, Lee, Task and Joanne.

I can't seem to say enough thank yous, so here we go. Thank you to all the artists who participated and took a risk to be in my first curated show. Thank you for everyone who came out and supported the show, the movie, the artists and the shop. It was an awesome experience and I couldn't have asked for a better show and opening night. As always, my deepest thanks to the Dragatomi's Joanne and Ray for their support and love.

All the artists did AMAZING work - totally blew me away! Some of the artwork are still available; please check them out here.
Much thanks to the participated artists that came through and hung out during the opening night: Task1, Leecifer, Spanky (all the way from San Diego!), J*Ryu (via FaceTime), Alex Pardee, Skinner, Rob Bowen, Dave Correia, Dan Fleres, Mark Nagata, Brad Isdrab, Lucien Shapiro, NART, Chris DeLeon, and Mikie Graham!

On Sunday, we got a chance to check out a mural that Skinner did for a local coffee shop in Sac. We were all speechless - it is too awesome for words!

Lastly, much thanks to all the blogs and bloggers for promoting the show! Thank you again to everyone's continued support!