I realized that in this economy, it is hard for people to be able to buy some of my toys. I have decided to give everyone a chance to win it. I am holding a raffle on my website for Hungry Hungry Koopas. Tickets are $3 and I am only going to sell 300 tickets, so odds of winning are really good. Tickets are being sold in my online store. Please go to:
Back in the day, people believed that electricity was a way to cure many sicknesses. They even made boardwalk machines that shot electricity through your system. I thought it would be cool to have none other than Elecman generate the electricity.
Here is my Elecman boardwalk cabinet. It doesn't generate electricity, but it does vibrate and has LEDs. I used an Arduino mini Pro for this project so that I could get the motor and LEDs to got at different speeds. The Elecman is just a vinyl Elecman that I picked up at a flea market.
This is a great addition to my other two boardwalk cabinets. Not sure if I am going to sell this one, but if you would like to see more pictures, please go to My Flickr Page.
<p> I love Pokemon! I have loved it all the way back from Red and Blue. I also love the cartoon, but one of the things that bothered me was that Misty and Ash always had some tension. I think they should of hooked up at the beginning, but I guess that would have made it boring. This is how Misty should have gotten Ash's attention. Here she is wearing colors that would suit a water gym leader. I used a Ash pokemon figure, a Misty figure's hair, a hentai figure for the pose (I covered up the nudity to keep it PG-13), a Pikachu and a Mudkip figure. If you look closely, you will see that the tiles are painted to look like a pixelated pokeball. If you would like to see more picture, please visit My Flickr Page. If you are interested in purchasing this, please hop on over to my new store </p>
If you were to google image search Kirby, one of the first images you see is Kirby eating Mario from Smash Bros. Well I took this idea and went with it. The only thing I added was a Mario hat to make it seems like he was gaining Mario's powers.
I used a vinyl Kirby from Japan and a vinyl Mario from a local Walmart. It was an easy custom, but I wanted to try something different with the painting. I wanted to play with the texture of the painting. The items stands about four inches tall and is about three inches in diameter. To see more pictures, go to My Flickr Page
I am trying something different this time around. I am going to try to sell my items via my own website instead of using others. I just want to see how well this works. This item is for sale for $132 shipped. If you are interested in buying this, please contact me at email@example.com with you information and I will send you a Paypal request.