Discussion in 'Resonators Romper Room' started by azjpeg, Mar 4, 2009.
the mix of clear resin and paint is pure perfection
Just a few of my personal favorite figures still available from the Resin Collective show.
Bwana's new dino figure is killer but sold.
Le Merde - Breaker Lee 1/1
Bwana Spoons - Mountain top 1/1
Spencer Hibert - Snot faced migi
( roto-cast hollow resin ) 1/1
Roto-cast hollow resin!?
this was a new one for me, too. a couple figures in the show were hollow roto-cast resin. so light, so cool...
spencer's miigii there is about 8" tall by 6" wide and probably weighs under 2 lbs - and some are much lighter, as this one has resin dripping inside.
Were they very brittle?
spencer's figures are totally durable, not brittle at all.
this figure is much thinner, more like an egg shell, and weighs only a few ounces, but still seems quite durable
some cool stuff you've got there, Jason!
glad i was able to nab what i wanted.
hopefully i'll be able to come down to the shop and see these in person.
I stumbled upon guys rotocasting resin a while back on YouTube. Pretty cool shit, most of them use hand made machines. Here's one vid, there are quite a few more if you search.
Spencer is a Hibert, and all them damn Hiberts (incl. Oliver, Arbito, and Snaggs) are ridiculously talented mother fuckers. I believe he had those guys available a couple years back.
Spencer told me that he rotocasts by hand, and I think he said he has the process down to an hour now.
anyone know the story on the mini burgerbuns and breaker lee that were at this show and the recent le merde/gargamel show.
the le merde mini set has a mini burgerbuns, mini hoonan (robot dude with arms up) and a dice game called "big turd, little turd" - i was instructed to sell them as mixed colors - i've only seen green and pink figures so far...
awesome! must get some of these!!
The Pink Homotrooper is laughs! I want one to put next to my S7 SSS.
When I came into the store for the first time, I asked if there was anything coming up. You mentioned a sale, but this is the news I was looking for. Can't wait. PUT ME DOWN!
Thanks, man. The resin show was a HUGE highlight for the shop last year. I've been thinking of doing a follow-up this year since there are so many awesome new resins being made.. just have to get time to make it happen.
Well, if you ever need any help putting on a show, etc. Let me know. Will give me a chance to put those skills I acquired working all those years in Hollywood to good use.
You heading to Soyal Opening?
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