Monday, August 23, 2010

Winter Commissions

Since a lot of the shows I'm apart of this fall take place at the same time, it's made it hard to fit in commissions. Although once these next couple of months pass, my schedule will open up a lot more and I'd like to take on some commissions for anyone who's interested. Beside my usual styling, I'll be accepting Kaiju commissions as well.

Thanks for all the support this year everyone, I really appreciate it.

If you're interested please email me at troystith@hotmail.com

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Gorilla Mouthed Thunder Lagoon

Kaiju slayer OsirisOrion sent me these Gorilla Mouthed pics of my Thunder Lagoon mini yesterday. Loved them so much I wanted to share them with all of you.

Head over to OsirisOrion's blog to check out all his monstrous creations.




Monday, August 16, 2010

Miscreants On Sale Today @ 12pm (EST)


Don't miss your chance to add one of the Miscreants to your wall at home. They'll be available today in the Gorilla Mouth shop.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Typhlozar

And lastly, Typhlozar



Found in the medical waste bins of plastic surgery hospitals across the land, Typhlozar argues with itself as it waits for it's next unfortunate victim. All of the nasty unwanted bits that people get trimmed, sucked, and ripped from themselves make up this brooding beast. The unlucky soul this creature casts it's blind eye on will never be the same. Typhlozar strikes quickly and relentlessly. Causing the host's limbs to grow in proportion and sprout hideous pus filled bumps. The trademark sign of infection is that one of the host's eyes pops out of it's socket without warning. Turning beauties to beasts in mere hours. With Typhlozar on the loose, it might be a good idea to stay how you are.

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Thunder Lagoon Mini Custom

I've have this Thunder Lagoon mini laying around for a while. Decided to finally paint my first kaiju today for fun. I definitely want to pick up more kaiju to do this more often.




Friday, August 13, 2010

Loafler

Up next we have Loafler



Loafler makes it's home in kitchens everywhere. Mostly clinging to bread, which is where it's name is derived from. Loafler symptoms start with extreme sluggishness and a never-ending appetite. Most hosts have been found dead with food still in their mouth, consuming until their stomach bursts. Another effect causes the host's skin to cling and meld with items that they stay in contact with for too long. The objects become apart of the host, leaving them mutilated or trapped in place. Be careful next time you decide to make yourself a midnight snack.

Ferndred

Time to meet the next Miscreant "Ferndred"



Deep in the heart of the Maggler Jungle, Ferndred spends it's time clinging to mossy trees waiting for a new home to pass by. That lucky host not only gets to enjoy the jungle Ferndred lives in, they'll get to take it home with them as well. The most common symptom is moss like rashes that tend to spread quickly and actually attract bugs and wildlife to the host. The moss produces a honey like sap turning the host into a buffet for an assortment of critters. Other effects of Ferndred are: leaf development in the nasal cavities that results in endless sneezing fits, fingernails and toenails turning into bark, and the ever dreadful "rooting" that can occur while the host makes a bowel movement. Tread lightly in the Maggler Jungle.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Kronstosis

First there was Loopalitus, now meet Kronstosis the first Miscreant of the upcoming plaque series.



Born in the runoff puddles of the Makanari Ink plant, Kronstosis finally escaped on the wheel of a delivery truck heading out on it's daily runs. Kronstosis causes it's hosts to change colors randomly and in extreme cases, some have reported vomiting rainbows. There's nothing cute about this technicolor nightmare.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Almost Done

Here's the 3rd Miscreant teaser. The first series is almost complete. Details coming soon :)

Monday, August 9, 2010

Congrats and Welcome

I wanted to congratulate Simon (@VinylDestZA)for winning the "Loopalitus" giveaway. I also wanted to thank everyone for signing up and also spreading the word about the contest. Plus a big WELCOME to all of my new followers. There will definitely be more giveaways in the near future.

Don't fret if you didn't win the first Miscreant plaque, the upcoming series will be out soon. Here's a new teaser of one of the grubby bastards.

Friday, August 6, 2010

For the Sleepers

In case you missed it last night, here's a teaser of the first plaque for the Miscreant series I'll be releasing soon. Name and details will be released when the series is dropped.

"Loopalitus" Twitter Contest

I'll be giving away the first Miscreant plaque "Loopalitus" once I hit 1000 followers (17 away right now) on Twitter. If you'd like a chance to win, just leave a comment with your twitter name and you'll be entered into the drawing.

Bringing Vinyl To Life

Task One has been busy bringing customs to life in the real world lately. I love these pics and I can't wait to see more, stop by his facebook page and check out more.




Thursday, August 5, 2010

Desk Teaser

Here's a shot from last night while I was working on the first Miscreant plaque for the upcoming series.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Finished!

Stayed up last night to get the first Miscreant plaque done.

Introducing "Loopalitus"



Who are these creepy creatures?

The Miscreants are the grubby, evil, and sometimes mindless invisible mutants lurking on everything and everyone we see or touch. Although we can't see them, it doesn't make them any less real. They're in the food we eat, on our pets, passed along with a handshake, or involuntarily sent along with a sneeze. Some have called them germs, and while that may be true for some, others are far worse than any disease could ever hope to be, while others can barely get their eyes open in the morning. No two Miscreants are alike and each one has it's own 'charm' to share with the world. Whether you want them to share with you is another story.