Friday, March 23, 2012

Idol Artifact Pedestal Economy Version FINAL SCULPT!

Howdy folks! The final touchups of the Economy Idol Artifact Pedestal are finally complete and is at a stage I think I'm comfortable with. I took a long time sculpting in realistic stone texture, chip and scratch marks, and areas where it looks like some surface has cleaved off.

And now, a Cinderella moment.... IT FITS!!!!!

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Boxes of goodies!

Oh yes, it's finally looking like I have stuff to ship out again. Here are 5 Siva Linga Stone replicas, 4 Egyptian-color-style Medallion Display stands, and 1 in Aztec-color-style... all boxed up, and ready to ship! More will be added to this little inventory... slowly but surely.

FOR SALE: McFarlane Toys' ASH 18" Figure

"Hail to the king, baby!"

Selling this bad boy as it's been in my basement totally neglected and I'd rather have it in the hands of someone who would appreciate it and proudly display it the way it deserves. Here is a now rare, collectible, and very sought-after 18-inch-scale Ash figure from the Evil Dead series. This figure represents Ash as featured in Army of Darkness.

Wrists, arms, neck, waist, and ankles are articulated.

Gun, er... "Boomstick" and chainsaw is removable.

Button in the back turns on/off motion-activated sound featuring memorable lines from the movie. Still works perfectly and nice and loud as when it was brand new.

This figure is in very good condition for being out of the box. It's only missing the tiny clamp that used to be glued to his right shoulder strap (presumably supposed to be used to start the chainsaw one-handed... probably good for Ash). It was always such a tiny little detail that it was barely noticeable anyway, so in my opinion, it doesn't detract from the figure much at all. Also missing is his removable mechanical right hand, which would have been used in place of the chainsaw, which I think looks far cooler anyway. I have a feeling it will turn up someday so if I find it, I'll mail it out to you at no extra charge. Other than that, he still looks badass!

This figure mint in box on Ebay commands $100 or more. See for yourself. Or $200 on Amazon! Loose outside of the box such as this one tend to go from around $70 or more.

But this one can be yours for $60 (or best offer), shipping is included.

Contact me if interested or if you have any questions. Sorry, I can only ship this within the US.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

PLEASE take this off my hands before I'm tempted to keep it! (UPDATE: SOLD!)



Incase you missed it, I recently completed a Brodeen 16-inch Nautilus model, and it's a beauty! She can be yours to keep and drool over and I'm open to your best offer. I can't afford to keep it so please... I can't stop looking at it.

Click HERE for details.

Medallion Display Stands WILL Be Back In Stock - NO JOKE

Hello there.

The lack of updates needs to change, so here's one, not a big one, but an update nonetheless. Firstly, YES, escaping from extinction, new Medallion Stands are truly being worked on, and will be available again real soon. 

Don't believe me? Oh... skeptic eh?

Well, here ya go...

That there is the very first one in the first batch of 2012 in the "Aztec" color option.

No, I'm not making edible chocolate versions for Easter, but here are 3 more, cleaned up, primed, basecoated and ready to come to life with good ol' paint.

The process is slow, but hey, it's just me here. Here are some castings of the Medallion Display Stands, as well as the Siva Linga Stones standing by for prep work including filling, sanding, sealing, and priming before they go back to the work bench.

And now for my next trick, I will get up off my lazy behind and soon have what can be considered a quasi-inventory of these stands and stone replicas. That would be amazing, so you won't want to miss it! Oh, look, a bed! I... think I'll... (yawn).. think I'll just... lay here and... zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz......


Saturday, March 3, 2012

FOR SALE: 16-Inch Nautilus Model (UPDATE: SOLD!)


Hi folks. I've been sitting on this project for way too long so I finally finished it. I have two kits and this is the first of them to be completed, and sadly, I can't afford to keep them so if you want them they can be yours.

It's a Scott Brodeen 16-inch Nautilus from Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. It's a first generation pull from original molds cast by Mr. Brodeen himself (NOT a recast), and built and painted by yours truly.

I custom made the base from a pre-cut wood plaque, finished off with Nautilus-style rivets, rustic texture, and a faux patina bronze paint finish.

Wheelhouse interior is fully detailed with ship's wheel and diving levers.

Features newly-tooled correct boomerang-shaped panels on the sides of each floodlight fixture, matching the film-used miniature and full-size deck set more closely. Previously they've been triangular.

Click HERE for turntable view video. 
(Try not to get dizzy.)

Thanks for viewing!