Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Speezi Comics

Go check out my friend Anthony "Speezi" Spaziani's new comic, Tanuki Blade!  He's been working on this thing the entire time that I've known him.  Literally for years.  It's finally available to read online.  Updates Friday, with a chunk of new pages each week.  I'm super proud of him and what he's done. Speezi has one of the most otherworldly brilliant minds I've ever known.  Sure he may get confused sometimes, but who doesn't?  I still can't figure out why people still tie their shoes on with string, like cavemen or something.  Get your Saturday Morning Cartoon-style Fun on over at Tanuki Blade! 

Finishing some molds and Starting and Finishing another.

SO, here's what's up, humans.  I'm finally finishing the last of the molds for the Krustiez. Pouring up the second half of the mold for the arms, and making the mold for the mini monsters that I sculpted.  I'm thinking of incorporating them into the Krustiez line, since they kinda look like little larval Krustiez.  Either way, I think the little monsters are fun.  Here's what it looks like when I'm making the silicone molds for them, and some other random shots.


The molds for the bodies are finished.  More info later.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Mini-Monsters and Krupdate.

Evening, friends! I just got home from work about forty-five minutes ago, and opened up the Monsterizer to see how the molds for the Krustiez came out. they look pretty good, but I may have to make some changes. We'll see after i run the urethane.

Anyways, yesterday i promised you guys some finished shots of the mini-monsters I sculpted. As promised, so delivered!

What do you think, sirs?

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

I'm Back: a Dinosaur's Story.

Howdy, friends! Sorry I’ve been away for so long, but I’ve been working on lots of exciting things, and contracted a very exciting stomach virus. I am now, however, back!

Since we last spoke, I’ve been working on finishing up the molds for the Krustiez, and you would not believe how many roadblocks and headaches I’ve had to deal with. The first go-round with the silicone went south on me, and I ended up with a box full of goop. That’s what I get for not making any molds for a year. Afterward, I made a bunch of molds for the bakery to help us with some stuff that we do, and when I was able to jump back into my project, I got sick. Now that I’m better and have ahd a refresher in Mold making 101, the Krustiez molds are all poured up and curing as we speak. We’ll know tomorrow if anything went really wrong.

In other news, this past Sunday I sculpted up a trio of little monsters about an inch and a half to two inches tall, just for the sheer hell of it. I like them fairly well, and plan to cast those also. Lots of exciting things happening here at the Command Center. I’ve posted the in-progress shots of the sculpts for the little monsters, and tomorrow I’ll show you how they looked finished.

Check it out!

So the molds are in the Monsterizer, and new molds are being made even as we speak. Now I really must jet. Ta!