Teaming up together for the very first time, mighty mini figure customisers Ersico and Glyog are proud to present a gargantuan custom Glyos drop! Featuring a dizzying array of custom builds, third party resin casts and 80’s toy mash-ups, the line-up of 15 figures were originally conceived by Glyog, with the majority of painting and finishing carried out by Ersico. Due to touch down in the Ersico store this coming Monday, September 9th at 9.30pm EST, expect to pay around $25-$50 per figure… But that’s not all! Well aware that they’ll be dropping their figures a day after the next official Glyos release, the guys have decided to offer up the above Decepti-Suck custom to one lucky purchaser! Anyone spending over $25 during the sale will be granted an entry for the giveaway, with every additional $25 receiving another. The winner will be announced on September 20th, so be sure to get your order in soon! Head over to the drop’s dedicated thread on October Toys here for a closer look at what’ll be on offer…
“Meanwhile… on the war-torn planet Snort57z the WAR PUGS with their bowls empty, no water or treats in sight they head out cute and cuddly to destroy the universe looking to fulfill they needs! So look out for the WAR PUG!”
We’ve been meaning to feature artist Eric Villanueva of 1Shot Toys for quite some time now, and with his latest custom Glyos head, the War Pug, just receiving a restock in his store, we thought now would be just as good a time as any… Well known amongst the Glyos community for his prowess in both sculpting and production, the War Pug is the latest in the artist’s line of anthropomorphic Armorvor head sculpts, coming cast in a variety of different resin finishes including clear, GID green and orange. Priced at just $10 plus shipping, the piece can be found in the 1Shot Toys store right here… Stay tuned for more from the artist soon!
Note// Armorvor body shown above is for display purposes only.
Joining the surprise announcement of OMFG’s Mega-Multiskull at SDCC last week, October Toys also revealed prototypes of the long-awaited Z.O.M.B.I.E.S Series 2! Once again coming in a set of 5 very different designs from October Toys’ George Gaspar, the M.U.S.C.L.E inspired Zombies even feature a decaying Glyos (bottom left)! A lot more balanced in terms of scale and appearance this time around, we simply can’t wait to get our grubby little mits on the plethora of different colourways that are likely to follow… No news on an exact release date or pricing, so be sure to keep track of the October Toys Z.O.M.B.I.E.S forum for further developments.
[images courtesy of PixelDan]