Welcome to the home of the Beastlies!
Each little monster is hand‐sculpted, unique, and waiting to be adopted!
This Beastlie pretty accurately represents my feelings this morning upon discovering Sculpey had come out with new colors. It’s like if you were a, I don’t know, a pie maker and one day someone was like “Check out this new chocoberry bush!” You’d be like “Holy butts!” Or at least I would. And was, this morning…. as I bought overflowing handfuls of “Gentle Plum,” “Tranquility,” and “Camouflage.” (They didn’t have “Jungle.” But next time, it shall be mine.)05/21/13
Man! Comic-Con is actually REALLY SOON. This is always the time of year when I begin to be simultaneously freaked out about the amount of stuff I have left to do and super excited meet people to show you guys all the new stuff I’ve been working on. I made a little teaser image of some of the type of things I’ll be bringing (in addition to regular Beastlies, of course!) that I’ve never offered before. I love new projects!
And now I’ve got to get back to sculpting. My goal is to bring 200 of the regular-type Beastlies, and I’ve only got 115 so far. Today I’ve decided that if I don’t meet my daily quota, I don’t get any of the afternoon snack they provide here at the office. THE STAKES HAVE NEVER BEEN HIGHER.
Sometimes you’ve just got to treat yourself like a petulant toddler in order to get shit done.05/20/13
New Beastlies in the shop!05/17/13
I posted this guy before, in the preview, but I’m gonna post him again with all the bonus photos because he’s still available (and he’s the only one left to post!)
(Purchase info can be found here.)05/16/13
And now, back to our regularly-scheduled program.
So here’s the next available piece from the Corner Museum of Dubious Beasts: The Giant bat-eared fillimander (Andrias megalotis)
(Purchase info can be found here.)
Just about the coolest thing ever for this lifelong Trek nerd was going to the premiere of Star Trek Into Darkness last night. It really meant a lot to me.05/15/13
Hello! So this little guy is the Globular fruitbeast (Rhoncopilam bestiafructum), and he is another one of the guys from the Dubious Beasts show that is still available! (Purchase info can be found here.)05/14/13
So this is one of the guys from the Dubious Beasts show that is still available! He is the Velvet Tree Fillimander (Ambystomalaneus) and he seems pretty content with his shelf fungus perch.
(Purchase info and such can be found here.)05/13/13
We have problems looking like normal people for the camera. Where can I take a class on not photographing like a creeper?
Shrimp chip is lookin’ good, though!
Here is a .gif of Leslie and I looking like creepers.
Well, she does. I look terrified and crosseyed.
(Shrimp Chip did not survive the night)
It’s the only logical response to be being trapped with a creeper!
RIP shirmp chip.05/12/13