Posts tagged work in progress

Kill Kat 1 (wip pics)

Here are a few ‘work in progress’ behind the scenes pics from Kill Kat 1!


2 part resin mixed, and flattened into sheets. Once it sets up a bit for an hour or so I trimmed the edges and added the split/texture. Another hour or so later I bent it into shape for it to set overnight.

Since I wanted a little more time to experiment with faces and sculpting I used polymer clay. Pitted keyhole texture into the blank side so that my polymer clay would have an irregular surface to better stick to.

Base shape sculpted and out of the oven! The eyes are balls of resin I rolled with extra while I was sculpting the back plate. I'll be adding teeth, tongues and details individually so I didn't sculpt them on.

Melty feet! These are individually sculpted over armature wire which then inserts into holes drilled into the bottom of the figure. The figure can stand on its own, but there are neodymium magnets embedded in the feet to offer extra stability when paired with a metal base plate.

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Woodrow WIP

Here are some work-in-progress pics from Woodrow!

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Birth of an Android (Part 4)

Sorry for the lack of creature fun lately, lots of good projects cooking! More updates soon, but speaking of cooking…

Things get messy as we delve into the details of pouring hot liquids into metal in part 4 of the behind the scenes series.

Birth of an Android (part 3)

Part 3 of my behind the scenes Birth of an Android series is up at the Dyzplastic Blog. This week, prototyping and packaging.

Birth of an Android (part 2)

Part two of the behind-the-scenes look at Android mini figures is up on the Dyzplastic Production Blog! This week, design layouts!

Birth of an Android

Curious about the toy production process from start to finish? I’ll be writing up a series of posts about the Android mini figures over the next few weeks on the Dyzplastic Production Blog starting with Part 1: Groundwork!