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New Work - Resin Kits and Painted Pieces

Posted: Wed Nov 26, 2014 7:02 pm
by CreatureKits
Hello Everyone!

I wanted to share my most recent personal work and hopefully make some contacts. This is a pretty exciting time in my life-- It's my second year working professionally as a freelance sculptor and designer, and 6 months of being free from my former Dental Lab Technician job (yuck!). I also recently showed at my first convention and I had a blast.

I'm based out of Orange County, California and looking to broaden my job opportunities. If anyone has any helpful advice on finding work I'd love to hear from you. You can reach me at CreatureKits@gmail.com and through my website http://www.CreatureKits.com

Thanks for looking! More pictures of my work can be seen on my site.

PitHowler, 11 inches tall
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BabyMaw, 5 inches tall
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speciMan, Limited Edition Larva and Metal
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NeenerNeener, 4 inches wide
MiniNeener, 2.5 inches wide
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INVADER!, glow keychain 2 inches
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Chewy, Glow keychain 2 inches
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Wind Drake, keychain 2 inches
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Re: New Work - Resin Kits and Painted Pieces

Posted: Sat Nov 29, 2014 2:06 am
by Chainsaw
Some very cool work man!
With you living in Cali, I'm sure I don't need to tell you to hit up the Monsterpalooza convention in March... could be a great place to make some contacts.

Do you mainly do original stuff? Have you done any lifesize resin movie character replicas?

Re: New Work - Resin Kits and Painted Pieces

Posted: Sat Nov 29, 2014 9:11 pm
by CreatureKits
Chainsaw wrote:Some very cool work man!
With you living in Cali, I'm sure I don't need to tell you to hit up the Monsterpalooza convention in March... could be a great place to make some contacts.

Do you mainly do original stuff? Have you done any lifesize resin movie character replicas?



For sure-- I'm on the wait list for a Monsterpalooza table. :D

I sculpt mostly original stuff because I usually try to sell whatever I make and I didn't want to run into any copyright issues. A former instructor recommended I do fan art of my favorite characters. Would you offer the same advice?