So I did my first public show yesterday at the Orlando Mini-Maker’s Faire. I brought out a bunch of stuff and really had a great time sharing them with a lot of great people. If you were one of those kind souls, thank you for your interest and patience as I figured out how to answer 3 peoples questions at one time I think I’ll be better prepared for whatever’s next – thanks for being a part of the event!
My thanks to the great folks who put on the event, it was so well organized. I hope I’ll always see that kind of professionalism (that might be wishful thinking, hehe)
Anyone can march onto the field of battle with a 3ft monster rifle. For this baby, only pros need apply 😉
I made this for my niece who asked for her own custom from Uncle Brian. I hope she’ll approve, hehe
Have a great weekend and I hope to see some of you in Orlando tomorrow at the Maker’s Faire.
And have a Happy Memorial Day!
So I was looking around online and saw some really cool shoe designs. I also thought I might be able to do something cool with my painting skills This was just a really rough sketch with some highlighter and dry erase markers, but hopefully the idea is there for the panels on the shoe. If you guys have any ideas or suggestions, I’d appreciate it!
Here’s a few Lanard Rotator X8’s I’m working on again. Both should be done next week for the Orlando Mini Maker’s Faire, time permitting
Just some practice for the big stuff, but it’s starting to look pretty slick in its own right Let me know what you think!
This was a commission for a Dieselpunk-style pistol for a Sky Pirate Outfit. I hope it looks the part
Kind of Urban/Industrial with a bit of color. I hope the chrome lettering shows up in the photos, they look really good in person, hehe. I did my best to get the access “light” to look like it was glowing, let me know what you think about that
This one is for my buddy Marty Yang at Urban Taggers. Thank you for all the support you’ve showed over the past 18 months, buddy I hope you approve of the paint job!
check his site out here:
How often am I floored by video game replica props? Not often…and I see a ton of them. They’re usually decent, but rarely do I ever see something that looks absolutely perfect. I mean ZERO mistakes. The two guys I can name without trying are Harrison Krix of Volpin Props (http://volpinprops.blogspot.com) and more recently Zander Brandt of Zprops (http://zprops.blogspot.com).
As you all know, I’m a painter first, fabricator second. I hope you’ll support this kind of work so we can see more awesome stuff from Zander in the future. I know I can’t wait to get my hands on one to paint myself, but that’s just me being a geek at heart.
Here’s a shot of his own build and paintwork. Just outstanding stuff.