11/17/11

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From Tyler Ellis:  Meet my first figure, Hank!  I have been working on him for quite some time now...I am super excited to finally have him finished.  He is fiberglass with a moving mouth and raising eyebrows. He is not for sale or anything...I just wanted to share!

15 comments:

  1. Great looking character.

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  2. P. Grecian11/17/2011

    This is a FIRST figure? Wow. I'm impressed!

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  3. I love him. He looks fantastic. I am going to bring my Drunk into work for the holiday season. Bill Boley would be so proud.

    Cheers, Larry Harris

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  4. Thank you all...and thanks for sharing Hank with your readers, Clinton! You are too kind.

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  5. and a BIG THANKS to Greg Claassen. He was very instrumental in the creation of Hank. He was either helping me over the phone, or in person. Thanks for being such a great teacher and friend, Greg!

    And thanks to Mike Brose as well. He was very kind and answered several questions along the way.

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  6. Anonymous11/17/2011

    Whatever happened to the Self Built Page?? Dave P.S., great looking figures.

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  7. Anonymous11/17/2011

    Super work!

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  8. Anonymous11/17/2011

    Amazing Job! Are you sure that this is your first figure? You have 'captured' your character perfectly! Nobody would have to ask.

    Congratulations on such a great job!

    Wilson Kindred
    wilsonkindred@ontera.net

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  9. Lou Grabow11/17/2011

    Yep, I'm impressed too! Fantastic, Tyler!

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  10. I was getting "blog overload" - had to delete some pages.

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  11. Wow that's some nice work!

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  12. Hank looks even better in person. I can attest to that. Watch for Tyler in the coming years. He's going to be a game changer in the figure making biz.
    Greg Claassen

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  13. Great-looking figure. Looking forward to seeing more!

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  14. mike stafford11/18/2011

    That is a top notch job. The look would be very pleasant for the audience.

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