Discussion in 'Americans and Other Western Gaijin' started by Rich, Jul 31, 2011.
love the Sam sculpt and the purple color. Congrats!
how come it's rather quiet lately? it's quiet over at ollie's thread too
I'm not trendy anymore lol
I'll pimp my own wears since no ones
reading anyways haha.
Some new dx heads off to Japan next week, and my new worm creature.
so good. are the teeth made of different clay? also, the back must be hiding something gnarly.
Personally, I like it a bit more when artists themselves post about their projects and upcoming releases here. I don't at all mind doin' it, but I can only do it so much before I feel like a shameful fanboy in some threads. These look to be some pretty gnarly additions to the timeless DX body. Can't wait to see vinyl test pulls.
Not doji or sludgees but if any of the newer folk want a history lesson on some of your older works (pre MVH) I dug this up and dusted off the cobwebs...
Have at it kids
The Ken and Ryu RxH customs are my personal favorites that LASH had done on RxH. The Shinto - San in that thread looks like an Akuma homage, too. I've seen the Obake dog he did forever ago in the current owner's home, too. Those metallics are pretty bonkers.
The use of color is so intense in those customs. Makes me wish I was around in those days to have a chance to get one of those beautiful toys.
In case anyone is curious, Rich confirmed on IG that both the head and tail of the worm are the same joint size so they can me switched. I'm always a fan of toys that are more natively customizable out-of-the-box, so to speak.
til you post the new one eyed guy lol im curious about the teeth too. why different clay? first i thought it was a real fangs, you know, from crocodile or something. to save time sculpting em lol
I've asked this in the past too. I believe we came to the consensus that they're baby teeth. Yes, no?
If they're baby teeth, they must come from a damn terrifying baby! Look at them fangs! Also, I'd like to know where they come from too............
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