Wednesday, May 28, 2014

All I need to know I've learned from Godzilla

It's true. 
  • When people wake me up without notice, I can be cranky.
  • When people don't feed me, I can be cranky.
  • If faced with obstacles, I will smash them.
  • Resistance is futile
Oh, shit that last one is the Borg.
  • As an ultimate attack, I will open your mouth and vomit glowing blue bits of destruction.
This isn't matching up as much as I thought it would...

For the past few weeks, I've been working nonstop on some wonderful custom Godzilla toys.  It all began one rainy Saturday when I was standing in a random isle at my local Toys R Us.  To be completely honest, I was escaping screaming, running children, and my isle of solitude happened to carry all of the Godzilla toys.  Because I was desperate to get out of there as quickly as my little Marvin the Martian legs could carry me, I impulse bought quite a few things.

Now, I'll have you know that I did make this purchase with the intention of painting all of them.  Mass-market production toys tend to have fairly shoddy paint jobs, and like McKayla Maroney at the 2012 Summer Olympics I was not impressed. 

McKayla Maroney is not impressed.

The first wave is finally done, and they're wonderfully painted!  They will drop in my store shortly.  Now let's get to the pictures! ^.^

Chibi Godzilla!

Godzilla 1954

Millennium Godzilla

Wait, what do you mean when you say the first "wave" is done?  Well, I ordered a few Godzilla 2014 movie figures, and they have not yet arrived.  Once they do, I will be painting them and adding them to my store with the others.  I don't care what any of you say.  Godzilla is not too fat.

Aaaaanyway, lemme get back to my daily grind so I can finish my day and go home and paint!

Ok, kiddies.  You have a great day!  I'll be back soon enough.  And remember: sometimes people are wearing their sunglasses indoors not just because they are douchebags, but because they have really bad allergies.  The CDC actually recommends that people wear their glasses indoors to minimize the amount of allergens that may irritate your eyes when traveling outdoors.  *snort* Science! *snort*


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