Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Steam Mecha Max
At one point I had talked to a company about making this toy. The top of the head would pop off revealing the little Captain Nemoesque Sam & Max pilots sporting goggles, top hats and ascots. Sadly it didn't happen but if I wish hard enough...
Posted by Starchie Spudnoggen at 9:21 AM 17 comments:
Labels: character, Painting, Sam and Max, Toy
Monday, February 16, 2009
I have about four or five of these stuffed German chimps who stare at me while I nap. They have a blank authenticity to their expression that you don't commonly see in a toy. The modern version is not nearly as sincere but the old ones are still fairly easy to come by. Like real apes they're often missing earlobes or fingers or the hair is worn off the knees. Better than new.
Posted by Starchie Spudnoggen at 12:40 PM 4 comments:
Monday, February 09, 2009
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Tuesday, February 03, 2009
Here's a Toybox piece done for a charity auction. I enjoy doing figures against a chopped-in white background. I can have fun with the characters without getting bogged down in a location. And I like letting some of the under painting peek through.
These characters are still puzzling to me. I can never count on the way they will turn out. I'm fairly satisfied with this version of them, though. Any time Ernie plays the uke, it's a ditty, hence the repeat title. Somebody let me know if I start recycling my posts.
Posted by Starchie Spudnoggen at 3:17 AM 11 comments:
Labels: Ditty, Ernie and Suda, Painting, Toybox
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