Been meaning to get some action shots of Saint Crow and Marrow with the new bike. Full photoshoot gallery here.
Finally!!!! I've been working on this for what feel like forever, but I've FINALLY finished my 1/6 garage. Since it's her home in the wastelands, the 1st photo shoot with it was a good chance to formally introduce Kit and a bit of her backstory. I hope no one minds me indulging in a few kinda pin-up shots on this one. Buckle up, this is a big one, with a ton of smaller projects all rolled up as a part of this. I hope you enjoy it. Full gallery here.
I had been looking for 1/6 scale rocks glasses FOREVER, and finally managed to track some down. I'd found these on etsy, and although scale wasn't listed, the measurements seemed right so I bought a bunch. Beyond thrilled when they came in. They're real glass, the size is perfect, and they're gorgeous. Couldn't resist getting a few shots.
Another new (or more accurately redone) character for the House of Seasons. Koda's took me a bit to write, but I'm really happy with it now. Check out the story and gallery here.
Another new addition to the world of House of Seasons. New gallery and character back story up here.
Isblomma of Winter - New gallery and character back story up here.
Alice of Autumn - New gallery and character back story up here.
It has been too long since an update here. This summer has been a world-wind of so many new projects, and I so badly need to pause, take a breath, and then get some photos of everything. The cast of characters from the world of the Radio kings has gotten huge, with 6 finished figures, 1 more I'm still struggling with a backstory on, and another 3 1/2 or mostly done, that I'm sort of stalled on. A modded Furiosa, some X-men, and lots of little environment details, and some truly HUGE 1/6 dioramas I have in the works.
But up before any of that, I wanted to announce the 3rd and hopefully final version of my House of Seasons figure.
The 1st ones were done with 27 cm Volks bjd bodies. While there were some great elements that I've kept and reused right up through the current incarnation and a a few that were a shame to loose (like the LED light up eyes) they really do look primitive compared to what they've become.
House of Seasons 2.0 was where I really defined the line and expanded the cast of characters. Lots of work I'm really proud of, as the story started to really gel in my head. The Original Effect bodies were, at the time, the perfect base to start with building these characters. Unfortunately, the shoddiness of their construction became more apparent as time passed. wrists and necks broke and crumbles. Joints were unstable and figures couldn't be reposed without arms popping out of the sockets and hands falling off. Getting them to stay standing was a nightmare. I had so many ideas for photos, but they just were too difficult to deal with.
Recently, Phicen/TBLeague released new seamless bodies that were finally the right fit to replace all of the current main characters from the House of Seasons Line. While I kept most of the Original Effect Head sculpts, the new bodies make such a huge difference, and sturred me to make a bunch of changes I've so badly wanted to make. No more exposed joints. The steel skeleton is just so much more fun to pose, and looks incredible in pictures. Isblomma of Winter isn't as towering as she was, but has a completely new head sculpt and looks incredible. Koda has been been heavily updated and I couldn't be happier, and I have some plans to update Corbin and Lisette as well soon.
So stick around. A lot of the old House of Seasons photos are going to get replaced with all new photoshoots, as well as a ton of all new stuff. Can't wait to share it all here!
Finally seeing some decent weather, so that means it's time to get outside and shoot some photos. Been so busy working on a ton of new projects, but recently picked this up at the craft store, and thought it would be great for 1/6 backgrounds.
Saint Crow is working on his best summer mix tape, and Marrow just wants to dance.
While I was out there, I realized the lawn was badly in need of mowing. But I thought I'd take advantage of the overgrown vegetation for a quick pic.
And just in case anyone's wondering what Crowther and Marrow are listening to:
So, I thought this would be a quick easy project. Make a quick Weapon X helmet, a couple mechanical bits, a few wires, throw them on a naked Wolverine. Get a few cool photos. Done and done.
These things never work out that way though. Ended up going deep into every piece, getting pretty elaborate on the leather straps, and adding an LED to the helmet. Just finished up today, and I'm thrilled with the results.
I want to do a big photoshoot, elaborate background, maybe a bit of action, and def plan to get some pics next time it shows. But was so excited to have finished today, I couldn't resist getting some photos.
And while i was at it, I couldn't resist doing some super stylized shots.
A quick note, but I didn't have any kind of background that would work, so I threw together a faux concrete wall in under an hour. Textured it up with a big rock I found under my porch, painted it concrete grey, then a big wash of grimey black. Kept blasting it with the hairdryer so I didn't have to slow down, and could get these pics while there was still some sun. Really happt with how it came out, and it's a great start on a versatile military base/lab kinda diorama background I have planned. Productive day!
Reverend Spooky makes things.