Here is a brief FAQ on how my commissions work
commissions usually start around $400 USD and up. Price increases for a very detailed
and/or complicated design or fabrication.
Payment is needed in full upfront to secure materials and for the time it
will take make the figure.
All sales are final. You are commissioning a unique piece of sculpted
Please add 10$ per figure for shipping. If you need
international, overnight, FedEx, , etc. The buyer will need
to pay the additional funds.
Please add 5$ per figure if you would like it insured.
They are generally 6-8" in height ( I don't usually do 3.75" scale )
do not make molds, scans or copies of any figures - you will have a one of a
They need to be original designs that you have rights to, non
trademarked properties, or items that are my own redesigns
The figures generally are glued into a static pose that you chose to avoid
excessive wear and tear
it is of a real person realize the look will be a close approximation of the
person. Most figures you see use digital scans and artificial or
mechanical means of creating the sculpt.
use only top of the line professional grade sculpting compound that cures very hard and chip
resistant acrylic enamel paints, both are very expensive.
am not slow by any means, but I do have unrelated career, and have constant flow of
incoming orders and my own projects so I need time to complete projects..
Here are some examples of some of my commission work.
A line of custom figures commissioned by producer Mike Shoemaker and
Seth Meyers for their Hulu show "The Awesomes". Each figure was
given to the voice actor of each character as a gift. The actors
included Seth Meyers, Bill Hader, Rashida Jones, Taran Killam, Kenan
Thompson, Bobby Mohnihan, and Rachel Dratch among others.
HERE to see The
Awesomes main page and individual shots of all the figures
Seth Meyers with his Prock
Taran Killam and Bobby Moynihan with their Frantic and Teleportation
A custom figure commissioned by the WB show "Supernatural" for the 7th
Episode "Bad Boys" of the show's 9th Season.
image used with permissions of the WB and Supernatural.
A line of custom figures commissioned Patton Oswalt to be in the style
of post apocalyptic Mad Max films.
HERE to see the
Road Wars main page
A line of custom figures commissioned The Dino Hotel of Denver,
Colorado. It was commissioned to be displayed at the hotel and
eventually auctioned off for charity.
HERE to see the
Seusstastic Park main page
A line of custom figures commissioned by Corinthian Productions for the
new comic book's debut at the 2013 New York Comic Con.
Be sure to check out their Facebook page
|Faster, Empire! Strike!
A line of custom figures
commissioned by Patton Oswalt based on the films of exploitation film
maker Russ Meyer.
HERE to see the
Faster Empire main page
HERE to see
Patton's very flattering write up about the line on his Blog "Spew"
Star Wars Celebration VI
These figures were made to be gifts to be given to Mary Franklin and
Steve Sansweet from Lucasfilm at Celebration VI in Orlando.
Mary is dressed as Bossk, her favorite Star Wars character and I was
told that Mary placed hers on her desk.
Steve is dressed in Obi Wan attire after his museum Rancho Obi Wan and
is holding an Obi Wan toy because of his lifetime passion of collecting.
I was told that Steve put his in Rancho Obi Wan's display.
contacted by Lleju Productions & Films to make a
set of figures for there 2012 movie "The
Baytown Outlaws" starring Billy Bob Thornton and Eva Longoria.
The figures were commissioned to be gifts for people at the company.
I worked out an exchange of art with an artist whose work
I enjoy. Dave Perillo, who goes by Montygog, and I created pieces
to exchange with the other.
I was commissioned by actor Sam Witwer (Star Wars
Unleashed, The Mist, Being Human) to create some 3.75" scale figures
based off of his characters he uses in his Star Wars RPG group.
They were based off of designs drawn by Lucasfilm's own Amy Beth
This was the first art exchange I worked out. Tom
Whalen and I created pieces to exchange with the other.