“You ever see that much nothing at 10:15 in the morning, hero?” – Brett (Maximum Overdrive)
Here’s my first attempt at a bootleg action figure. Turned out okay I think. The mold was cast by hand and the resin was poured by hand. The heads are all spray paint caps I used while painting. So each one will be a unique figure.
I’m planning a run of 13 in red for the Austin Wizard World later this month.
They will be packaged as well. The packaging is still being worked on.
If you’re interested in one, let me know.
“Negative Ghost Rider, the pattern is full. ” – Air Boss Johnson
I normally just post a few words and pictures. This post is a little different.
In 2008 I had the absolute honor to be included in my first ever sketchcard set. It was awesome. It was Star Wars. It was Topps. It was a dream come true.
I still have one of the cards that I did for the set.
I like to think I pushed the envelope a bit, doing things no one did yet, bringing a little punk rock attitude with me while doing linocuts and spray painting these cool little 2.5″ X 3.5″ cards.
I’ve learned recently that moving forward, I’m not going to be a part of Star Wars sets with Topps. The reasons aren’t important. It’s a bit of a bummer, but it helps me move on to new and exciting projects.
So Topps, Star Wars, Mark Von Olhen, David Waldeck, thanks for letting me be a small part of something incredibly fantastic. It was fun.
Stay tuned. There’s something really cool coming soon. Very soon.
And, I have a few Artist Return cards left. If you’re interested, drop me a line.
“I’d like to make a dinner reservation for 12.” – John Wick
ROM the Spaceknight on 9×12″ canvas board.
“Mmm, nothing like eating tacos on the toilet.” – Gene Belcher
A vinyl stormtrooper helmet, hand painted. A one of a kind piece.
Done with spray paint and black paint.
Available. Interested? Drop me an email.
“I need fresh faces, and fresh butts” – Tina Belcher
Jesse Custer from Preacher on watercolor paper. With hand cut stencils and spray paint. 12×18″
“You have give us the ring my precious eyes.” – Ted
Hand painted original Eleven from Stranger Things.
12″x18″ on cold pressed watercolor paper.