Evilos is a rather well-known customizer of designer toys, especially Vinylmations and Munnys, but he's hopping into the resin figure world with an original character, The Rainy Day Antagonist. Inspired by rain clouds that ke...
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Evilos has recently Instagrammed the image below of a stunning custom job he did on a mega Android, making it look like R2D2. "Mega" here means the Android is 9 and 3/4-inches ...
Fuller's Lil' Jammies Artist Series 1 goes on sale today, and to mark the occasion, we've gotten photos of the remaining custom Lil' Jammies, as well as the identities of the remaining artists in the custom figure collaboration. The final batch revealed include works from Tasha Zimich, Gomi, Evilos, PJ Constable, RunDMB, Scott Kinnebrew and Fuller Designs, ranging from Gomi's surfer-eating Lil' Sharky to Fuller's hell-blazing Lil' Rider.
If you want to pick one up, they're in the Lil' Jammies shop right now. Don't expect all of them to be there forever, though; these are all one-off customs, so once they're gone, they're gone!
Evilos shared a booth with NRB Relic during last weekend's DesignerCon. The two custom vinyl artists had quite an impressive showing. Evilos brought with him his new Breaking Bad Androids, some Carbonite Vinylmation (in both Jr. and full-size), several "Blue Crystal Armovor" custom Glyos figures, as well as pins and even a Disney Infinity figure of Sulley from Monsters Inc. and Monsters University. The Disney Infinity figure was made for a special Facebook group. NRB Relic's delightful carousel ponies were made using My Little Pony dolls as a base. She also had many Disney-inspired custom Vinylmation pieces at the booth (I particularly liked the flying monkey one). Also on display were NRB Relic's special bags that were designed to hold Disney Infinity discs and figures. There was also one created to hold Vinylmation. All of the bags were made with Disney-printed fabric.
Check out the gallery to see the offerings for yourself!
Pedro recently posted about a vinyl documentary Kickstarter from Jordan Ahern, with a goal of US$13,660 so that Jordan could produce his film on the vinyl world. Well, we have an update: with less than a week to go, the goal ...
Evilos is already making his mark in the world of designer vinyl, even outside of the clutch of Vinylmation-only fans, which I think is pretty awesome.
This year at DesignerCon, he brought his Mickey in Carbonite figures, alo...
Part 1 of our Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup had a lot in it, sure ... but it barely scratched the surface. We're on to Part 2, and this time, we've got some more familiar names for designer toy fans. Kuso Vinyl, Evilos, Toy Art Gallery, Munky King, Scott Tolleson and more highlight the list, but there's some nice surprises from names you might not know as much about.
Hit the jump to see what more attendees and vendors will have on hand at DCon!
When I think of Evilos, the first thing that comes to mind are his custom Vinylmations, but to limit his range to just that medium would be to sell him short. I just became aware of a different custom creation of his and fort...