Lolligag World has a new vinyl figure! “Aloha!” Lolligag is an adorable and lively new platform, themed like a sweet little hula girl. To celebrate the new platform, Lolligag World and QPop Shop & Gallery in Los Angeles are hosting a custom group show opening March 25th, 7PM.
I’m pleased to contribute a custom painted Aloha Lolligag piece to the showing. My piece, “Selene Lulamoon”, is painted with acrylics and oils, mounted on a wood base.
I think the eyeball lei adds just the right touch. 😉 If you’re interested in Selene Lulamoon, she will be available through QPop Shop March 25th, or through email at email@example.com
New custom toy artwork is coming to Wootbear. Stay tuned for details.
Visit The Toy Chronicle at ToyCon UK for new painted custom toys.
Visit The Toy Chronicle booth for new hand painted custom toys I have contributed to this year’s ToyCon UK. Get your tickets here.
I’ve been enjoying working on a couple new cutie little custom dunny. These are “Black Cherry Betty” (above) and “Luna”. They’re both painted in acrylics, with some aspects being airbrushed glazing layers.
I’ve been working on airbrushing for a couple of applications recently. My painted toys have been hand-painted for things like ombre colour fading and glazing in other instances. I’m sure I’ll continue to brush paint primarily, but these juicy black cherry gloss ears Betty has were just too good not to try for.
Both pieces “Black Cherry Betty” and “Luna” are now live on my eStore here. Thank you for your support!
Happy 2016! I hope your year is off to a great start. The 2015 Holiday Season after landed back from DCon was a whirlwind blur. Thank you to those who supported Clutter Gallery’s annual Giftwrapped Exhibition!
New toys have been emerging through my Instagram @tashazimich and some may make their way to my eStore here.
New 3″ Dunny are happening. This one is looking delicious already!
Feminamorphe opening reception at Toy Art Gallery was a lot of fun! Thank you to everyone who came out, supported the show online, contributed with photos or blogging, and made the show possible. Candie Bolton and Okokume joined opening reception night, it was lovely to see them!
Thank you to Gino and Toy Art Gallery for having us, we’re looking forward to next year! I owe many thanks also to friends who made it possible for me to attend opening, and came distances to join us for reception. Thank you!
Some original artwork from the show is now available on Toy Art Gallery’s website here. Your support is greatly appreciated, and makes it possible for me to continue making and sharing new and bigger works!
You can review exhibition pieces here until January 31st. Thank you for looking!