5 new Drachenloch Cave Bear custom Yoka's at Black Maria Gallery. February 18 - March 2 2010.

Opening Reception Thursday February 18 - 7:00 - 10:30.
3137 Glendale Blvd Los Angeles CA 90039

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SuperD Dokuwashi: Super7 San Diego Comic-Con 09:
Here is the mini version of Brian Flynn's Dokuwashi. I did the sculpting and casting and Brian took care of the design and hand painting.

Straight from the spray booth! Plus a shot of the painted figures feet that I nicked from ToyBot Studios

Congrats to those lucky enough to pick one up at the Con. Be sure to check Super7 for more color waves to come!

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Anne and I premiered a special Magic Boy figure for James Kochalka at Comic-Con 08. We totally sold out of them at the show! We are planning to make another batch for sale online soon. In the meantime enjoy some of James' daily comics at American Elf!

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It's finally out and just in time for Christmas! Check out the December 20th edition of The Onion. You'll find an interview with me in the AV Milwaukee section. If you're not in the Milwaukee area, drop me a line and I'd be happy to email you the interview since I don't think it will be online.

Merry Christmas to You and All the Best,
Scott & Anne

Much to come in 2008, we're looking forward to it!

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The 91.7 WMSE Food Slam fundraiser returns Friday October 5th. There are tons of great restaurants to sample and so many items up for grabs in the silent auction! Anne has created an awesome shoulder bag, clutch, and cardholder just for this years' auction. You can check out her Handbags at Silkwormlab. We made these pieces for last years Food Slam. They are based off of Dwellephant's art for the show. Anne totally rocked the plush SLAMBURGER. We didn’t have time to make new wrestlers to accompany Two Scoops La Rue and the mischievous Papas Fritas this year. If any of you are interested in owning your very own Food Slam Wrestlers, drop me a line at I’ll see what I can do for you. You’ll have to get a drink holder to make your own personal wrestling ring!

For everyone that can make it to Food Slam, I’ll see you there.
And if I don’t see you then, I’ll see you when I do.


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The Kami-Robo exhibit sparked my memories of playing with LJN wrestling figures. This toy line ran from 1984-1988. I absolutely loved these guys. Tag Teams like The Dream Team with Brutus Beefcake (pre "The Barber") and Greg "The Hammer" Valentine, The British Bulldogs, The Killer Bee's and Demolition (even if they were Road Warriors rip off's) were great to play with. I had all kinds of props too. Vampire blood, gauze for bandages, Popsicle stick 2X4's. Grueling matches that would last for hours and fill my Sundays. I think what I liked best about Tag Teams is if you were in trouble your partner could bail you out. Or, better yet, you needed your partner to create a devastating "Finishing Move". The greatest Tag Team for me was the Hart Foundation. I could have done without Jimmy Hart, but Bret Hart and Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart were amazing! Unfortunately I never had the LJN Hart Foundation box set. I couldn't even find them separately. Oh, I had the Mouth of the South but never Bret Hart or his perfect compliment Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart. Where was the Internet in 1986 when I needed it?

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My favorite part of the San Diego Comic-Con this year was the Kami-Robo exhibit. Tomohiro Yasui has been making small robot wrestlers since 1982 when he was in the fifth grade. I believe there are now over 300 hundred characters that do battle in different clans and classes. Yasui put on one live show a day at SDCC and as his robots played up to the crowd and cameras, I was totally sucked in. I couldn't believe the amazing fluid nature in which his wrestlers perform.

Tomohiro Yasui prepairing before the match.