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!
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!
Making a Scoundrel: Sideshow Han Solo Premium Format Statue
Hey folks! Sideshow wrote up a great article highlighting all the artists that worked hard to make their latest Han Solo Premium Format statue. I'm very happy to have been part of it with my sculpting contribution.
I got in a sample of the Grandpa Munster I helped sculpt for Tweeterhead. I thought they did a fantastic job on the production, and wanted to share. 'Tis the season for ghouls, after all! Once the entire family is released, I'll have to put them all together for a family portrait.