Judging by recent Instagram posts, it appears that the Jelly Empire‘s Selina Briggs has teamed up with fellow Argonaut Resins creative, Small Angry Monster, for the latest run of custom Jellybots! Retooled in SAM’s unmistakable style, the batch of 4 resin minis are set to come with their own unique mix of ‘bashed kit parts, subtle re-sculpting and direct to figure carving. Painted in various different one-off colourways (electric blue and army green revealed so far), the meticulously weathered bots should hopefully be up for grabs soon. Keep track of project via SAM’s IG feed here, and stay tuned for the full lowdown as soon as we hear anything!
Selina Briggs of the Jelly Empire once again teams up with Argonaut Resins for the latest batch of ever-popular custom crossovers, this time around inspired by Kung-Fu legend Bruce Lee! Limited to 2 one-off sets, both featuring a mini Tuttz and Jellybot 2.0 resin, the figures have been hand painted by Selina in the signature colours of 2 of Lee’s most iconic roles; the Green Hornet (plus sidekick Kato!) and Hai Tien from The Game of Death… Priced at just $60 each, the 2 custom sets will be dropping on the Jelly Empire store this Friday, March 1st at 2pm EST.
Selina Briggs of the Jelly Empire is proud to present her latest release just in time for Valentine’s Day, the RoboJelly Love Bugs! Using the Jellybot 2.0 resin, Selina has painted the mini figure in an adorable red/black striped colour scheme complete with custom antenna. Packaged in a beautifully made ‘Love Bug’ box, the release has been limited to just 2 pieces this time around, priced at a wallet friendly $25 shipped. Look out for the Love Bugs on the Jelly Empire store this Friday, February 8th at 1pm EST…
Unfortunately a little late to make the blog during NYCC (these guys were finished Saturday night!), we never the less present to you the last Jelly Empire x Argonaut Resins con exclusive, the Green Arrow and Black Canary customs! Once again featuring the highly sought after Jellybot 2.0 and Tuttz resin figures, the DC Comics inspired pieces have been hand painted by Jelly Empire’s Selina Briggs in the superhero duo’s signature green and black colours, coming complete with some awesome additional sculpting, plus bow and arrow accessories… Sold during the con yesterday, we’re keeping our fingers crossed for some more DC pairings in the near future!
Joining the recently revealed Super Jelly (check it out here), Selina Briggs’ Jelly Empire is proud to present their latest collaboration with Argonaut Resins, the NYCC exclusive Villains! Due to feature alongside the return of the Bat-Tuttz and Jelly Wonder, the duo have decided to plump for Batman’s hoard of villains this time around, with the Jellybot/Tuttz custom sets featuring 2 different pairings; Joker/Harley Quinn and Riddler/Two Face… Coming complete with all the accessories you see above, the hand cast and painted resin figures will be available from the Argonaut Resins NYCC booth this weekend for an undisclosed sum… Stay tuned for another INSANE Argonaut Resins exclusive later today!
We previewed The Jelly Empire x Argonaut Resins Tuttz in their early stage of production a while back now, so it came with great pleasure yesterday to find that the series is now nearing completion, and will be ready for sale next weekend! Consisting of a series of 10 jelly-infused 8″ Tuttz resin figures, each has been given the Jellybot splatter treatment by the Empire’s very own Selina Briggs. Due to touch down in the Jelly Empire store next Saturday (August 4th) at 6pm EST, the Splatter Cat Tuttz will also be joined by a new batch of Zombie Jellybot 2.0’s… Stay locked on the Jelly Empire blog for details on pricing and edition size soon.
From the looks of the latest teaser on her site, it appears Selina Briggs is working on a very special Jelly Empire series of Tuttz with Argonaut Resins! Due for release at some point this summer, the beautifully hand cast pieces are set to come in a number of Jelly-infused tones… no news as to whether Selina will be donning the spray cans and brushes for these guys or if they’ll remain unpainted, so be sure to stay tuned for further developments soon…