Erick Scarecrow dropping one of a kind Drake tomorrow

6:00 PM on 08.16.2012 // Pedro Cortes

I really like it when vinyl artists take a mold and just run with it. Assuming that the base mold looks good, you can change the colors around and make custom designs on the original piece and have it still look fantastic. Take Erick Scarecrow's take on Nathan Drake, the protagonist of the Uncharted games. While the base "OG" model of Drake looks great, Scarecrow has taken that mold and done some pretty nice colorways of the wise-cracking adventurer.

Come tomorrow morning, you have a chance to add another color of Drake to you collection, assuming you're fast enough. According to a post made on ESC-toy's twitter, the new "Desert Mirage" version of Drake will be made available at 11 a.m. tomorrow and he is one of a kind, so I hope you're ready and waiting over at Mirage Drake's page. No word on price, but I'd expect it to be up there, considering the rarity.

I picked up the OG Drake for a buddy of mine when he first came out, so I can attest to how great these figures look. Add a neat paint-job and that's enough to always get my attention. I shake my fist at the eventual owner, knowing that I'll never get a chance to see it. Oh well. If you had a blank Drake, what would you do with it?

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