Tag: vinyl figures
September 19th is Talk Like a Pirate Day. The folks at RoseArt thought it would be fun if I could come up with a pirate themed Color Blanks figure and immediately the gears started turning in my head. The first thing I did was look through some of the figures that I had available and
I created this custom Breath of Fire 4 figure using a Creatology vinyl figure toy that you can get from Michaels stores in my area. As you will see from one of the pictures below, I used a Christmas themed vinyl penguin figure to start. I like working with RoseArt’s Color Blanks but these vinyl figures are a good alternative if you
Around the holidays there are often seasonal Color Blanks. Last year I found Halloween Color Blanks available at Michaels. This was one of the first Color Blanks I ever did a custom version of. This Halloween Color Blanks figure had a pumpkin head and I was immediately inspired to see how I could transform it into something different.
The Jak and Daxter game series by Naughty Dog was one of my favorite video games to play on PlayStation 2. It inspired me to create these Jak and Daxter Color Blanks figures. If you’re not familiar with Color Blanks they are an inexpensive little figure that you can buy from Amazon.com or your local arts & crafts store.
One of my hobbies is to purchase existing figures or statues and use artistic mediums to modify and customize them. One afternoon I decided to take my kids to Toys “R” Us and while in the figure section looking at Marvel comics toys I found this Red Hulk bank. It seemed fairly sturdy as far