Wow! Those are great! Especially George. Good stuff, Hryma...whoever you are.Hey John, I read that one of the lessons you used to give was learning to construct Elmer Fudd, then doing specific expressions on him. Well I did that and some Goofy drawings from the old model sheets, and I'd appreciate what you have to say about them. www.holyshenanigans.blogspot.comI'll try some of those Kirk Douglas faces you posted soon.ThanksJosh Heisie
I would totally buy these! Good work Hryma!- trevor.
Now,those are pretty awesome! Stubby chibi goodness!
These are amazing, its time for production!!
Holy Cow I just noticed he captured Jimmy's inverted crotch crease!!!! Well done!!
They're sooo adorable!!
Wow those are great! What material are those made from?
Thanks Everybody!:)And thanks John for your comment, I'm keeping that in mind once my nerves settle and I can start sculpting again!I just went and ordered some proffesional sculpting material (plasticine can only do so much, so small...) and should have it early next week. And Eeeshh, I just looked at my George compared to your sketch John... I'm embarrassed, I'd really like to try again if that's cool when I get the good stuff.Cheers,Hrymahryma@netconnect.com.au
Sold! I'll take twenty!
wow ! those are so awesome. i would empty my whole piggy bank if i saw those in a quarter machine. wheres the sexy sody pop pencil toppers ?cant wait for more!
It's even got Jimmy's inward boner. I'd buy that!
Hell ya! These are awesome! Great work, Hryma. Love your Blog, John. Keep up the great insight and loads of information. I visit your blog about 2-3 times a week. Can't wait for the toys!JunkyKid
So great he just made those based on your sketches.
It's so great that he just made those based on your sketches.
Those are a joy on my eyes.
I must have a George Liquor (as I thrust my finger to the air).
Why those are just great! How could anyone draw poorly with pencil toppers like that for inspiration?
the stubby dudes look great, i cant wait for more spumco toys, my old jimmy is very dusty
Those are adorable!I would spend up to $5 trying to get both versions out of a 50¢ gumball machine.
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