DesignerCon 2012: Silent Stage

9:15 PM on 11.11.2012 // Brian Szabelski
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A whole lotta Woe

Silent Stage Gallery came to DesignerCon with a lot of the same stuff they had at San Diego Comic Con. Thankfully, that also meant Angry Woebots at the booth along with his merchandise. Beyond customs from Woebots like a Panda-painted ThreeA Square, there were more resin Panda busts designed by Woebots. Those include the clear King Panda Severed Bonehead piece and the J*RYU-customized Buddha Panda busts.

Check out the gallery to see Woebots do some painting and customizing work on a Coarse Paw figure, as well as photos of all the merch at the booth!

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