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 Kit Design » Mon Calamari Starfighter Concept

While trying to decide what kind of potential mini-rig or other action-figure-sized vehicle to make after the INT-4f, I thought it might be cool to explore what a Mon Calamari Starfighter (aside from the B-Wing) would look like. I wanted it to match not only the overall look and feel…

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Digital Kit Design » INT-4f Minirig Redesign

I had picked up a 3.75″ AT-ST Driver figure as I wanted to make some action-figure sized “Star Wars” releases. Just to whet my pallet, I decided to remake the INT-4 again. This was a Kenner Minirig toy that was never shown in any of the films. The last time…

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Completed » Errgan [1:6 Original Figure]

I decided that it would be fun to explore the Star Wars universe and aesthetic by creation some of my own original creature and character designs that were never in any movie. My first original figure with that goal in mind is Errgan, a hairy walrus-seal like alien. Due to…

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Completed » Scarif Patrol » 1/12 Stormtrooper Diorama

Kind of in a Star Wars kick at the moment thanks to Rogue One looking so promising. I rather liked a few stills I initially saw of a platoon of Stormtroopers wading through shallow tropical ocean water and thought “that’d be interesting to make”. I already had a pair of…

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Completed » INT-4 Interceptor » 1/6 Scale Minirig

Every once in a while, one embarks on an epic project. Most of the time these tend to fall to the wayside, but occasionally one of them gets finished. This is one such project! Years ago, Jason Eaton challenged me to work on an up-scaled version of one of the…

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