Mittwoch, 20. Dezember 2017

Krill!

Sculpted for 1/6 scale figures and available in my shapeways shop, a bunch of Krill from the Orville:


Can't wait to see them painted up :D

Mittwoch, 6. Dezember 2017

Sk8 or die!

Just a few pics of the skate park I made for a mate, more info on this in a not too distant future.


Can't wait to see those on a tabletop :D

On another note, the leafblower bot is printed and on its way to yet another mate who will do a splendilicioulous paintjob on it, can't wait to see it colored up. Klaus deserves a huge cookie.


Dienstag, 21. November 2017

Some friends...

....can be worse than the baaaadddest super villain. Last minute gig for a friend.

Dark crystal moth dragon.

Dienstag, 24. Oktober 2017

BSR Bot

Dedicated to the real heroes of our beautiful city, a thousand thanks to you!
Tempelhöflichst!

A 54mm printable figure of the guy is available here.


And a big FUCK YOU to Wacom, I ended up sculpting the bloke with the mouse due to fucking driver issues.

Freitag, 20. Oktober 2017

Stressed robot finished!

Here he is, freshly from the assembly line and already stressed out:
Original concept art by Calum Alexander Watt
Original concept art by Calum Alexander Watt


Have a nice weekend!




Donnerstag, 19. Oktober 2017

The stressed robot

Recently I've seen a concept drawing on instagram from one of my favourite concept artists and
 I just had to ask if I was allowed to sculpt it. The artist who made the concept art is called
Calum Alexander Watt and he has a very inspiring style.

Here is the concept I fell in love with:
So after I got permission ( and found the time to do so ) I started on the robot....leg. Then the head.

I certainly hope to be able to finish him soon. Too much to do, too little time.


Did I mention, that I fucking love Zbrush?

Donnerstag, 5. Oktober 2017

stuff n' things

First off, a few items made for the new 32mm project I have going with my mate McFonz. 
Magic Alien! 


And a lion statue made for TTCombat, roar!



Next some asian themed decorations, scaled to go nicely with 54,75 or 90mm miniatures. These will be available at Mr.Lee's sometime in a not too distant future.
 


And some more printable 1:6 scale items that are available at my shapeways shop.