3.18.2010

Desk Shot

Multiple projects in motion.


12 comments:

  1. Oh man. Gimme gimme. I love everything on that table. Especially the delphi!
    The Govurom looks great as well. Really like the coloring on the head. I hope those bandanas and belts come out soon.

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  2. uh.. y-yes please.. this would make me very happy

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  3. O_O! Matt, if I ever visit your work shop I may become lost for a few days just absorbing everything through my eyes while surviving off of formanchie crumbs. Really digging these Delphi aliens & hope to see them in this next drop.

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  4. So excited! lotsa goodies!

    -Ni

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  5. I really don't know what too make of these photos. You said there would be no more custom corp by you for a while, Matt, and that Delphi wasn't in the plans for a production run...and yet here's a photo containing Delphi heads and what looks like a custom corp Govurom!! I don't want to get my hopes up, but everything looks GREAT!!

    Can't wait to see what Glyaxia is all about! The excitement never ends!!

    p.s. (Is that a Chaos Mini from Mori, in Ribeye colorway??)

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  6. I'm loving the full figure Pheyden Vinyl!! So cool!

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  8. Pheyden vinyl looks super and the
    delphi and Govurom
    in production
    dare to dream

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  9. Cool. Love the weathering on some of the figures, and it's good to get a better look at that proto.

    Eatin' up the sketches, too. Delphi, Aulder, what looks to be some concept sketches for the RxH crossover...nice. Always cool to get a glimpse into the artist's mind. Thanks!

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  10. The sketch closest to the spiral binding in the book looks like it could be King Crayboth. I had not pictured the King Crayboth being a humanoid fig, but that humanoid looks like he has an evolved Crayboth for a head. Anyone else, agree?

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  11. Delphi! More Delphi in whatever form, food for hope.

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