Discussion in 'Americans and Other Western Gaijin' started by xSuicide Squadx, Mar 19, 2019.
The He Man Lol
That’s a great pic @Arin C. But the expression on that He Man’s face.... he looks like he’s receiving he blowjob of a lifetime
Prince Adam living deliciously
From the pits of the collaborative minds of Splurrt and Blk Clvd comes this slithering slugger, Snake For the Divine. Cast in GID sofubi, this venomous vermin is adorned in matte green, Swamp Thing inspired paints, with gold highlights and red accents. Debuted this past weekend at Five Points Fest.
If you liked this one, just wait...
It was great getting to do this release but like joe said just wait ....
I’m digging this collab quite a bit. Gonna try to get my grubby hands on one.
Thanks for the kind words guys. I am working on the next official release and info should be up on BlkClvd soon.
ohhh, that snake guy is quite good.
the textured style with the previous ones was a bit too strong for me, but this one hits a nice medium for me.
I feel like these are a step in the right direction.
Thanks Bryce! Just enjoying the process.
I hope you guys that missed out last time are keeping an eye on IG
Sold out pretty quick thanks to those that picked them up
Glad I didn't keep the Cult of KvltvS waiting until payday tomorrow. Got a couple of Hevis I cannot wait to try (very carefully) mashing up with them.
March to the Sea
Thanks so much with your help on the photos Robert they come out amazing every time
Missed you again but they came out great, next time!
So glad to see so many people enjoying them.
Nice photos from Rob as always, he is a role model for toy photography.
Just a little tribute.Thanks to coma21 for encouraging me to do stuff.
Special thanks to Last House On The Left for the use of their song In The Name Of The Wolf.
Dude thank you this was super rad! Plus it was rad to do something that could use some metal all around just super hyped and can’t thank you enough
These guys mash up very nicely.
^ That wing head mashup does look good.
I think that's my favourite. The slightly larger size makes it look like a mask, plus it still fits well on the shoulders.
The color choices and paint application are really well done. With a lighter color palette, I'm noticing a lot of sculpted details on the figures that didn't really pop out on the first release.
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