Sunday, October 16, 2011



i met Dokor A after D-Con last year. our friends George and Ayleen from October Toys and Toybreak fame introduced us and we all went out for lunch one day. i happen to have some castings in my car because it was the day after D-Con, so i gave him a Squib Kid to customize. 

i know this figure was done a while back and some people may have seen it already, but it's ridiculously good. i had to post it for more to see. he also said he was goin to do a Squib custom for a show next year. i can't wait to see what he comes up with next. you can check out more of his creations at

Tuesday, October 11, 2011


 the turnout for Monstoberfest was pretty good. they had Dr. Sketchy's "undead" zombie drawing goin on out front.

Chito had 2 illustrations in the show see his stuff at Andrew Bell had a pretty awesome zombie candy corn.

unfortunately, these 3 didn't have great placement, so it was tough to get good photos. check out there stuff at www.lindapanda.blogspot,,

 Mana Studios had these and other on display. you can see more of their work at

the paintings on the left are done by Neil Winn, see more at the painting on the right was done by Paul Wilson.

 they had my stuff on display out in the middle and behind the counter. seemed like good placement to me. 

this was only year 2 for Monstoberfest and overall i think it was a really strong show. there was a wide range of art. tons of creepy stuff, some cute stuff, traditional and digital painting and a decent amount of sculpture. i know we sold some figures, but i don't know how many yet. i think most people are still on tight budgets, but i know some of the art sold. hopefully each year continues to get better.

Monday, October 3, 2011


 it's that time again.....??? Halloween time, which means Monstoberfest time. our friend Irene is curating the show again this year, so we'd never say no. Linda, Chito, and Jerome are all entering art pieces as well our friend Vivian Nguyen and some other folks we know.

this project was planned a while ago, but i always planned on debuting it at Monstoberfest.  here are a couple of rough sketches

 So Analog is all about remembering long dead technology that a lot of us grew up with. Linda Hong threw out the idea of Night of the Living Dead while i was in Hong Kong, so i ran with it. here's a comparison image of the original NOTLD poster and my refined sketch.

 for Monstoberfest i did a small run of 10 prints at 11x17. each is signed and numbered and will go for 30 bucks each. #1 will be framed and goes for 50 bucks.

i'll also be debuting my NOTLD Technology 10-Doh! figure that night for 35 bucks each and is limited to 100 pieces. or you could grab a print and figure for 60 bucks. that's an amazing 5 dollar discount.

the show opens at 7 and we'll be there for a bit. it's a tiny little gallery in Orange County, but i've seen some of the art already and there is a wide range from super creepy to super cute. stop by if you can.