Digital Toy Design » Rabbit Action-Figure/Doll

A few years ago I had hand-sculpted, molded and cast some elastic-tension articulated rabbit figures, most of which I had flocked and created outfits and accessories for. The molds are long gone and I still wanted to make some more of these characters so I decided to recreate the design…

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Art Toy Design » Flocked Cartoon Figures

Fusion 360 is not known or often used for organic designs, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be. After creating a redesign of my hand-sculpted rabbit BJD character body and a new Jumping Spider Shaker-Globe body, (to replace my original hand-sculpted master which ended up destroyed during mold-making) I knew…

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Digital Redesign » Clyde.A2

A few years ago I designed and released the Clyde.A, a 1/6 scale resin kit which used aluminum ball joints, machine screws, and nuts to make the robot fully articulated. I was able to produce 3 batches of it before the physical kit portion of my Industria Mechanika (iMech) productions…

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Digital Kit Design » FichtenFoo’s Cantankerous Anglerfish-Shaped Submersible

Customers loved the Octopus Submersible that I released for my November Patreon so much that I decided to create another submersible for December. This time I pulled the Anglerfish from the long list of kit ideas I have on my whiteboard. It’s a well-known fish due to the light dangling…

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Digital Kit Design » FichtenFoo’s Incredulous Octopus-Shaped Submersible

After two steampunk fish-shaped submersibles, a jelly-fish, and the squid-shaped submersible, I thought I might try my hand at finally creating an octopus-shaped submersible to go with them. My original plan from a decade ago involved turning the arms into long corkscrew propeller blades, however what looked fine in the…

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Digital Kit Design » The Drifter

One of my first collaborations for Industria Mechanika products was with an artist named Ian McQue, famous for his diesel-punk airship designs. I was a huge fan of his work and as it turns out, he was also a fan of mine. Over the next decade, I sculpted four 1/35…

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