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Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2)


3:00 PM on 11.01.2012
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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!

Toy Art Gallery

Toy Art Gallery's booth this year, #400, is host to a multitude of exclusives. These include the black edition of Nathan Hamill's Strife and Sire; Metallic Rainbow Uamous from Uamou; Deathshead White Edition by David Flores; 4-inch MyGuys by Meredith Dittmar; Pokken Kaiser and Luftkaiser editions by Paul Kaiju; Waodog one-offs from Waotoyz; an exclusive or two from Galaxy People; and more.

There's also three planned signings: Davis Flores from noon to 12:30 p.m.; Nathan Hamill from 1 to 1:30 p.m.; and Paul Kaiju from 2 to 2:30 p.m. Finally, visitors will get a peek at the TAG Lifesize Figure Series.

Munky King

The big news from Munky King for DesignerCon is the release of Luke Chueh's Target (US$100, 1000 pieces in colorway total), which comes with a removable brush accessory and walls that will interlock with the other colorways to let you create a shooting gallery-like display in the future. Luke will be signing at the booth, #217, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

 

Scott Tolleson

If you pop by booth #708, you might find yourself in the middle of an army of brand new Deadbeets! The second run of Scott's sofubi carrot monster will be at the show (US$60, 25 pieces) and not only is it cast with translucent orange glitter vinyl (that's a mouthful), but it apparently glows in the dark. Sounds like some serious qizardry may be involved there ...

If you're a fan of the Designer Toy Award-winning Nosellots plush line, then you'll want to know that Jedidiah McDoogle, the last of the gang to debut, will be making an appearance at DesignerCon. There will also apparently be a special "D-Con Deal" on the Nosellots line.

Scott's also releasing the artist proofs of his Mr. Pinkerton Mini Qee, with five pieces of each of the four colorways available for US$50. These will be signed and it sounds as if the first 20 purchases come with a limited edition print.

Squid Kids Ink

Squid Kids Ink is hunkering down in Booth #600, and their exclusive is the little guy you see above: a golden DesignerCon 2012 Mini 10-Doh! figure! Nate from Squid Kids Ink actually designed the back cover of the program for the event, and the Mini 10-Doh! features the old version of Vincent because ... well, Nate said he couldn't get the new DCon logo design for this year to fit on the label. Still, it's a nice little figure and another chance to pick up an event-exclusive golden 10-Doh! for those of you who collect these little fellows. 

Vaud Villain Studios

Along with bringing Bi-Polar Molar, Vaud Villain Studios will have the Mostly Mono Modern Martians at booth #828. The first in the Mostly Mono Martians series, these are a series of custom Munnys painted in a single color; this variant happens to be blue, with some yellow and red accents. The five-eyed little fellow is also wearing a little hat and dressed in the most modern of fashion. He comes inside a hand-painted box with an illustration showing the Martian and his fancy little Hover Vespa. You know he has to have one being modern and all.

Nick of Vaud Villain has also sent us teasers of a second Martian he just finished up, the Mostly Mono Madness Martian. No, it's not Randy Savage-themed, sadly, but it does come in green with pink and purple accents. He's got the words "1STP BYND" tattooed on his knuckles, a motto that he tends to live by on the big red planet.

Kuso Vinyl

Kuso Vinyl will be setting up shop in booth #330, and in addition to Ponburger, they'll have a few other things. One is a chance for the West Coast folk to get their hands on the Chester Runcorn Gin and Tonic edition from NYCC (US$150, 150 pieces in total between both events). Also at the booth will be four custom Celsius and Fahrenheit figures from James Fuller (a.k.a. Fuller Designs), who's turned Rotobox's gunslinging hero and villain into Punisher, a Celsius Spawn, Wolverine and Gunslinger. The customs will be on display at the booth.

Evilos

Those of you who are Vinylmation fans (yes, that's you, Kristina) probably already know who the heck Evilos is. For the rest of us, he's the artist who does some nifty Vinylmation customs and is taking up residence this weekend in booth #428. For DesignerCon, Evilos is bringing along an Alien Vinylmation pin (limited to 100 pieces) and some custom Vinylmation figures. Among those are the Mickey in Carbonite (20 pieces), which features some nice detailing on the surface, and the Jedi Mickey Vinylmation customs. Quite fitting given the news this week, don't you think?

Galaxy Monkey

The duo known as Galaxy Monkey have taken over booth #325, and they'll be bringing along a DesignerCon exclusive colorway of their first sofubi figure, Monkeynaut (US$65, 20 pieces). Monkeys in spacesuits? I'm pretty sure that idea always works for a figure, especially if Tim Tsui's work taught me anything. They'll also have limited numbers of GID and solid black DIY variants on sale for US$50 each and some customs at the booth.

[So ends Part 2, but stay tuned: Part 3 is on the way and it's got some big hitters in it!]

Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
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Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo
Tomopop's Big Bad DesignerCon 2012 Roundup (Part 2) photo





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