Friday, September 26, 2014

Custom Toy of the Day- Deth Berger!

The Vinyl Thoughts Art Show 5 was amazing! There were a ton of great artists and many, many amazing toys! One of the pieces that I put into the show was this one. This toy was my donation piece for the raffle at the show. Its base toy was the Diablo Texas Skull by John Gonzales. I used Sculpey 3 polymer clay to make the hair, body and the burger fillings. I used Montana Markers to detail the rest of the toy. I finished the toy off with a nice glow application to give it a nice ghostly look at night. I had a blast making this toy! It has a nice Ron English vibe to it. 

I'll have more pictures after the wordage below... as always! 

Recently, I was being filmed for a convention documentary called, Unconventional. You can see it here. While you are at it, you should check out Johnathan Paul's other video work here. 

Just to let you know all know, I am taking commissions. If you would like to commission me for original artwork, head over to the commissions tab in store to see how. 

I have posted some new shirt designs in my Cafepress store. Head over to my Cafepress store and get a shirt or a couple! 

I have opened a shop to sell my toys. Here's the link:

If you have not heard about the Podcast called, "Talking Toys with Taylor and Jeff", then it's time I let you know! Jeff and I are on the show where we talk about toys! (Go figure, I mean Go action figure!) Seems simple enough. We pick out a toy line to discuss in each show. We share our childhood memories, our favorite five, and talk about the one toy in the line that got away. Jeff talks about how he cherished his toys and I talk about how they ended up in the garden! The other show is The pilot episode, where Jeff and Cory break down the Pilot Episode in TV series. The shows are great! If you are interested in what we got, go to  and give us a listen. You can subscribe to the shows on itunes and get up to date info on upcoming shows on facebook:

If you like what we have, be sure to tell your friends! We need your word of mouth to help us keep making shows!

All pictures of "Deth Berger" custom toy is copyright © Taylor Lymbery 2014. All Rights Reserved. You can see this piece in my deviantart gallery as well here