Artmymind releases Hellhound, an original resin figure - tomopop

Artmymind releases Hellhound, an original resin figure

9:30 PM on 09.29.2012

Brian Szabelski


Artmymind had promised earlier this year to send along a thank you to the folks who supported them through buying their series, and now, we're getting to see exactly what they were talking about. The Hellhounds are 2-inch figures designed by Artmymind and available in Iron, Shadow and Ghost editions. Each has a different finish (the Ghost and Shadow editions are made from resin and the Iron from ... well, iron) but the same sculpt, and the little guys looks very cool with lots of detail built into them.

Picked up one of the following Artmymind pieces: Fallen Samurais, Arachi clan, Imperial guard, Yaminoken 8-inch, Amanojaku 8-inch, Hanbun Otoko, Kage and/or Shikko sha? You're getting one for free. If not, you can pick up a Hellhound in the Artmymind store for US$40 (Ghost and Shadow editions) or US$59 (Iron edition).


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