Looking at Infinity Figures in Toys R Us (because I’m a 28-year-old who still trolls around toy stores…sue me) and thinking goddamn do we need 2016 Ghostbuster figures like these. Can you imagine? Just sit with me for a minute. All four girls (and Kevin) suited up and in dynamic poses.
Holtz with her twin pistols, one raised to lick, the other front and center.
Abby with her proton fist or her gun raised across her chest, clutched in her hands, smirk in place.
Patty, with her multi-colored hair, standing proud and tall with her gun resting on her shoulder, big grin splitting her face
Erin looking fierce and focused in a ready stance with her proton gun drawn or standing contrapposto with her gun resting on her hip
Kevin with his jumpsuit around his hips looking proud of himself
Abby in her sweater outfit with a copy of “Ghost from Our Pasts” clutched against her chest, grinning widely.
Patty in her MTA uniform
Holtz wearing her green crop top and paint-spattered overalls, goggles on her head
Erin in her tweed Columbia outfit giving a faint, shy smile
Kevin scratching his eye through the lenses of his glasses
Real talk, if I had the ability to sculpt anything in Maya, I’d be 3D printing these babies and pimping them out on Etsy. Sony’s made it plain they won’t give us any more merch for these girls, so we gotta make it ourselves
Yondu was by far one of my least favorite characters in the MCU. I just…didn’t like him. Michael Rooker came to Steel City Con, and I could have bought a Yondu Disney Infinity figure and had him sign it, but I didn’t want to because Yondu. Michael Rooker was a fun guy, he had a great panel, but I liked him far more than Yondu.
WELL NOW HERE I AM and Yondu is my favorite Guardian of the Galaxy.
The “Come a Little Bit Closer”scene is easily one of my top 10 favorite MCU scenes now–possibly top 5. It was beautifully shot, choreographed, and timed. It started off amazing, and then it just got better and better–and then hit a whole new level.
And that is how Yondu went from being my least favorite Guardian to being Completely Amazing.
Zootopia Infinity Concept for Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde Figures.
Since the old version of the movie got scrapped BUT it happened late in the process, alot of the concept pieces still floated around. Well I happen to find this in my Infinity Gallery from a random unlock. And apparently, this is the concept for the old Zootopia Infinity Figures, so had they went with it, this is what would be in stores right now.
I hope you are all having fun (and safe) holidays!
I figured that Sam and Quorra needed to look a bit more festive so I made them some cozy vests. I tried my best to knit the ISO symbol and Tron’s symbol on the backs but it’s hard working on such a small scale.
im so haPPY I TOLD MY LITTLE SOSTER I DIDNT WANNA PLAY INFINITY WITH HER AFTER I GOT HOME FROM THE MOVIES AND WANTED TO PLAY A GAME ON MY OWN CAUSE WED BEEN PLAYING INFINITY ALL MORNING BEFORE I WENT TO THE MOVIES WITH MY MOM AND SISTER AND I WENT UPSTAIRS TO GO CHANGE AND BE COMFY
AND I COME BACK TO DRAGON AGE 2 BEING READY FOR ME TO PLAY CONTROLLER ON MY CHAIR ALL THE INFINITY FIGURES CLEANED UP AND OFF THE FLOOR AND SHE HANDED ME A DRINK ON MY WAY DOWN
Did cartoon network go to you for a pilot idea or did you go them?
I went to them kind of? Cartoon Network has a very open door policy for in house staff to come pitch show ideas to them. I was at a party where one of the development executives was, she introduced herself and we started talking, and she reiterated to come to her first if I ever had a show idea. So a couple months later, after I’d started seeing minty working on her pilot and after I’d seen Toby go through the entire process, I decided to pitch a show as well.
It was kind of interesting because Minty I would say was only about 2 months ahead of me in the process. Every time she’d get to some new part of production in Bottom’s Butte, I would keep notes of what worked and what issues came up and then try to preemptively incorporate the solutions she’d found or the solutions I thought would work into Infinity Train. Things like figuring out reference material for the artists, ways to direct or talk about voice acting, little things that don’t seem like a big deal but added up can be a lot if you’re not expecting it.