Kearjun was Kind Enough to let Me Ladle Paint onto YouZha.

July 29, 2015

I am offering these ghastly, gruesome gore goblins up for sale just five days from now. HERE if you’re looking. These beasties are called YouZha, Spoiled Meat YouZha to be exact, designed by the mysterious Kearjun, a young artist from Beijing, China. Painted in a most brutal fashion by me, Mr. Krotpong. They will be $130.00 plus shipping to wherever you might be. The date and time of this sale is August 2nd, 2015. HIGH NOON (12:00 p.m.) Central Standard Time. Click any of the helpful blue links on this page to be whisked away to the sale page which, for the sake of redundancy is located at krotpong.bigcartel.com.

FEAST YOUR EYES.

Cinco de Youzha.From the back. Backup Youzha.

“ALL RIGHT, MR. DeMILLE, I’M READY FOR MY CLOSE-UP.”

Youzha so Close!

Many are the colors of paint, and long did I toil, in order to bring five (5) people the joy of owning this fearsome flesh flayer of a figure, this righteous rotten repulsive rapacious raptor of human flesh.

These won’t last so be QUICK.


Where do I find the Homunculords?

March 24, 2015

 Go to this link HERE.

Homunculords in a Row.


Krampus Progress.

February 7, 2013

I am getting very close to the finished Krampus figure. Here is the test-pull fresh from the molds. As I sculpted it in parts, this is also the first time I have seen it assembled in all its glory. FEAST YOUR EYES!

This figure is still in Japan, it is ready for its brothers to be cast in glorious vinyl.

SOON.


Killer Krampus is Coming Along.

January 6, 2013

I have recently received the wax preview for my Krampus figure. It still needs to be jointed, after that it will be ready for casting. As it turns out, there will be a lot more articulation than I had originally planned for, which is an awesome bonus for the end user. Everywhere there is a separate piece, there will be a mobile joint. The wrists, shoulders, neck, waist, and hips will have super-poseability. Spiffy!

Including the two pieces for the bundle of birch sticks and the two pieces for the omake, the part count is 13.  A little ambitious, but it should be just that much more fun to play around with. We are rolling right along.