Daniel Yu comes with a whole host of soft vinyl and resin goodies this week
Going on sale in-store this Friday, August 18th at 10am Eastern time, featured items include-
- Hand paint Jiangshi Acolyte for $165
- Blank blue GID Jiangshi Acolyte for $95
- Hand paint 8″ resin Zuco Bananas for $145-$160
- Hand paint resin Lunar Beast for $145
- Glitter vinyl Lunar Beast for $72
- A selection of resin minis (approx 3″) for $72 each
Originally teased in digital form way back in December of last year, the upscaled version of Daniel Yu‘s ever-popular Jiangshi Acolyte will finally be seeing a release soon courtesy of Unbox Industries! Digitally scanned and blown up from the 3″ resin original – very much in the same way as Retroband’s MEATS – the hopping vampire has been treated to additional textures and detailing under Daniel’s watchful eye, with the finalised proto above standing a sizeable 8″ tall. Due to be heading into production very soon, you can be sure that once we have release details confirmed, you guys will be the first in the know…
Daniel Yu shows no signs of relenting this year, proudly presenting the first of his huge monthly sales for 2016! Featuring the return of a few personal favourites for us here at Softoy Hobby, fans can expect to find the awesome Lunar Creep in an all-new “Deadspace Corps” colorway with 2 different options (“OG” red and “alt. suit” grey) limited to 10 of each for $80, hand painted editions of Darwin, Zuco Banana, Porkins, Plague Oracle and Jiangshi Acolyte for $65, plus unpainted blank “Brick Red” and “Army Green” versions of Porkins, Zuco Banana and Lil’ Jefe for $20. Going on sale in the Daniel Yu store right here at 10am Eastern (just an hour away!), we suggest getting your purchases in quick as these most certainly won’t be around for long…
Dan Willet over at Unbox Industries has revealed that he’ll be teaming up with Daniel Yu to bring the highly talented artist’s “Jiangshi Acolyte” (Hopping Vampire) figure to vinyl! Having seen numerous releases in resin over the past year as a 3″ tall mini, it would appear from the above image of the hand that this new version will in fact be a whole lot larger- our stab in the dark being around the 8″ mark. With little else to go on at present aside from this beautifully sculpted hand, we’re going to have to wait a while longer until we find out the exact nature of the release… Hopefully not for too long though!
Rounding off an extremely busy 2015 in style, Singapore-based artist Daniel Yu has just revealed that all of the sculpts he’s created this year will be making an appearance as part of a HUGE end of year sale today! Featuring everything from Lil’ Jefe, the Space Creep, Porkins and our personal favourite, the Jiangshi Acolyte, each figure is available in a number of different painted and blank colorways ranging from $20-$80 in price, with a full unpainted set of 7 in “Shadow” black for $150… Look out for them all in the Daniel Yu store at 10am Eastern (12/8)!
Singapore-based artist Daniel Yu has just unveiled a whole slew of new figures that’ll be touching down in his online store in just a few minutes time! Featuring the return of Gourdlike, Jiangshi Acolyte, Wilbur and more in a selection of blank and painted colorways – including Daniel’s signature “Unicorn Barf” – these are joined by Daniel’s latest (and quite possibly greatest!) figure, the Lunar Creep. Priced between $20-$60 a piece depending on size and finish, be sure to head on over to the store come 10am Eastern time today to pick up one of the many awesome pieces on offer…
Singapore-based artist Daniel Yu is proud to announce that 3 of his most popular resin figures will be returning this week for a special pastel-themed release! Featuring the Jiangshi Acolyte in an unpainted pastel purple for $20, Wilbur in a pastel green for $30 and The Plague Oracle – complete with 3 interchangeable accessories – in a pastel pink, all 3 figures have been limited to editions of just 10 hand cast pieces each. Look out for the trio in the Daniel Yu store this coming Saturday, August 29th at 10am Eastern time…