We are currently taking pre-orders if you are interested please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or message me at www.facebook.com/rawrztoys
thank you again to everyone for your support! Ape Con was a great success!
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Ape Con has been pretty good, we are trying to get the word out about the toys, and really promote the heck out of these guys! Today i created a facbeook too, so like em on facebook!
We have 100 versions to chose from, which to you like?? We are trying to narrow it down to 10 colors for mass production, then make custom specialty ones for people when they order them!
Here is a picture of our table!
Metallic Blue!! Woo!
Blurry Button eyes!
Our very first one! Classic Blue!
Metallic Purple, The donuts fit on the horn!
Neon Pink! Electric!
This is for Scale, we have Baby Seahorses too!
Teal and Pink, Princessy
Weedy Sea Dragons! Love these!
Mommy and Baby! I can't wait to make these toys!
Gears and tip hats, and awesomeness!
Thursday, October 11, 2012
So for a long time Ann (silk-leaf.com) and I have been working on our toy line, which was started back in 2007, and now with Ann has been made new and improved! Her incredible ideas have taken it to the next level, and the new designs premiered at Art Murmur in July! We did pretty good, and now we have increased our numbers and this weekend is the launch of our new website RawrzToys.com! Check it often in the coming weeks! My website VictoriaRosePuppets.com is also back up, and will be back to its former glory soon! Also check Ann and I out at Ape Con this weekend! Lot's of things are happening! Thank you to everyone who provided support and assistance (Especially My loving Husband Kyle Most, Chris and Martin.) I'm including some toy images, we will have the toys, stickers and paintings available for purchase please email or call me!
Friday, October 5, 2012
(Baby) It's You! A film which I made costumes for by Brad Pattullo and Jeremy Galante has won Best Animation at the Atlanta Horror Film Festival!!! I also seamed victor and painted his hands, I really love love how this turned out and am really glad I was able to be a part of it!!
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Here is a group shot of all the puppets I worked on at Laika House, I did Silicone casting and seaming, Foam Latex Casting and Seaming, Mold Making Stone and resin, both the lay ups and pours. The Lizard and cricket where a lot of hard work in particular. A lot of Silicone work went into those. The Lizard was foam latex, skinned with silicone. I also wired the hands, and feet. And did some armature work. I really enjoyed this job and felt very lucky to be a part of the team.
These are spots from the House Party website. I am actually about to host a planter's party, to promote their products.
I really liked these images, and have others from newspapers and things I will be adding soon!
How have I never added this to my blog? I made these costumes, while I was still in college, working with Brad is always awesome! I also worked on (Baby) It's you! by him! Doing costumes!