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Last year I sculpted up a few portraits of Bryan Cranston as Walter White from my favorite show "Breaking Bad". I was finally able to put the finishing touches on 3 custom figures of Walt, all of which were given to the creators of the show this past week.
It's been a helluva lot of fun, and a tremendous thrill to get to meet the artists behind this terrific show that has been so inspiring to me. Kinder people you will not meet!
So here's a look at the finished custom figures. These were pieced together from various sources, using Hot Toys bodies, and clothes I found on ebay and then altered. The heads were all painted by some talented friends of mine, and they really brought Walt to life. It's been a lot of work to try and piece these together in my free time, but I really enjoyed doing it.
ps- A random winner was chosen from my last giveaway. I'll do another giveaway in the coming months, I'm sure. thanks!
NECA IT Pennywise Toy
Howdy folks! Some quick photos I took of the IT Pennywise toy just released from NECA. I got to work on the headsculpts for these, and I'm delighted by how fantastic the production work turned out on the final toys. Getting any prototype to turn out well through the production process is always surprising, to me. No easy feat. It's especially interesting for me to see the work shrunk down to toy size. Pennywise Well-House Version I hope those of you who are interested enjoy! Trev
The Goonies Blog- Sloth and Chunk Interview
Hey! Fred over at "The Goonies Blog" was kind enough to ask a few questions about the recently announced NECA Goonies toys that will be coming out later this year. We discussed the sculpture process, and you can see some alternate views of the wax original headsculpts. Thanks to Fred for such a nice article. The Goonies Blog (I don't know that this link is working here, so if not, you can just search "The Goonies Blog" and it should come up)
Merry T-REX-MAS Everyone! The Elf didn’t make it… My very best to all of you, and thanks for caring enough to look at any of these little things I've made over the years. It's never been taken for granted FYI, this T-Rex is NOT my sculpture, it's a resin kit that I managed to get my hands on a few years ago made from the Stan Winston Studios 1:5 female Rex maquette. Great fun to assemble/paint! She looms over my desk, and she's always hungry.... Have a great holiday, everyone! Trev
hello all, i have a 1/6 scale fully custom Heisenberg figure that i might let go. The head sculpt was done by this great guy Trevor Grove himself. Email me at email@example.com if interested. I am located in El Paso, Texas. Thanks
brilliant... i seen these once awhile ago in a search and i've been looking for them since, now i realize why i've never found them and never will. the fly swatter and barrel really blew me away.