Mini-Qee Boba Fett by Jon-Paul Kaiser
Jon-Paul Kaiser’s most recent custom is based on everyone’s favorite bounty hunter, Boba Fett. Using a 5” Mini-Qee, the custom shows off JPK’s high contrast comic book style, with the battle scars giving the piece a lot of character and backstory. Jon says that Fett is his most requested commission and that he never gets tired of recreating the classic bad guy in 3D form.
[Photos by Justin Allfree]
Batman Hush and Adam West Minicel Customs from Rotobox
Holy vinyl, Batman! Rotobox have unveiled two custom Batman pieces based on their Minicel platform. Unlike most Rotobox customs, these aren’t one-offs. That means you can pick one up yourself. Both are limited to five pieces. The Hush version is $120.00 and the Adam West version is $130.00. No word on the Ben Affleck version.
Get ‘em here.
Detailed photos after the break.
Custom Steampunk Link Action Figure
From the artist:
I wanted to make a futuristic Link, but still keep some of the classic things that we all know about him. I also wanted to have a fun way for him to carry all of his inventory. Can you count how many items are on there? I count 55, but I may be one or two off. For “Epona”, I used a Wreck it Ralph Hero’s Duty figure. The Link is a figure that I got off of eBay, and the accessories were parts from my parts bin and some things I ordered. This wasn’t a long build, but it was parts intensive, so ended up being a bit more expensive than I wanted. This figures stands about 6 inches tall.
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Custom ‘Breaking Bad' Dunnys By Dolly Oblong
These 3-inch Dunny versions of Walter White and Jessie Pinkman by Dolly Oblong sport cute little yellow hazmat suits, air masks, and come with Sky Blue crystal meth accessories. Sadly, these are handmade one-offs and have been sold. Check out more of the artists custom toy work over at shop.dollyoblong.com.
Custom Marvel Micro Munnys By Rocketboy Customs
Ryan “Rocketboy” McClure sent us these pics of some recent commission pieces he did featuring Munny versions of Wolverine, Captain America, Thor, and Punisher. Pretty impressive, especially considering they’re each just 2.5” tall.
Here’s What Carson Catlin Is Bringing to SDCC ‘13
Carson Catlin will be bringing his cut up creations to SDCC for the first time this year. The Momentum will be available for $600 and the Kidrobot mascots will be $200 each. 10 blindboxed reticulated Munnys will also be available for $40 a piece. The Beast Bros. Calavera skulls will run $200 each and the reticulated boxes will be $60 each.
All of the above will be available at booth 5350 and the boxes will be available during the con at memakestore.com. Carson will also be selling some additional items at the Dragatomi booth and will have some extra stuff during his signings.
Rotobox Vinyl Anatomica is the intersection of giant robots and custom designer toys. But this team isn’t just about the robots. Their customs are reinterpretations of classic Japanese and American pop culture icons from Gachaman to Ironman. With an incredible amount of attention to detail and extensive use of self-fabricated parts, Rotobox are at the top of the customizing scene.
Hit the link for our interview with Rotobox Vinyl Anatomica.
Simon Petrikov, Marceline, and Flame Princess Munnys
BRB. Crying forever over how perfect these are. Simon’s backstory is the most gut-wrenchingly sad thing in the Adventure Time universe, and his time spent taking care of a young Marceline the Vampire Queen makes him all the more tragic.
And Flame Princess, yeah, she’s pretty okay too, I guess.
These were done by Shaun Nakasone. Check out more sick work over on his blog, sciuruscustoms.blogspot.com.
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