Hey guys well its 2013 my how time flies when you're so busy, since I have finished with part 2 of my Godzilla vs. Sailor Moon trilogy and I've been still working on my Godzilla reborn series. I've decided to do a few new things on my DA Page.
You guys probable haven't guessed that aside from drawing I work with clay as well, I personally like Hands on Artwork. So I've decided to do some Sculptures here and maybe if you guys behave yourselves I may grant some Commissions.
Here are the prices
If ask for a small sculpture (anything as small as a Gashapon figure): $5.00
Any sculpture bigger than a Gashipon but smaller than a Revoltech Anguirus: $10.00
Sculptures the same size as a Revoltech Anguirus: $11.00
Sculptures slightly bigger than a Revoltech Anguirus but smaller than S.H. Monsterarts Godzilla: $15.00
Sculptures the same size as S.H. Monsterarts Godzilla: $17.00
Sculptures slightly bigger than S.H. Monsterarts Godzilla; but smaller than S.H. Monsterarts King Ghidorah: $20.00
Sculptures the same size as S.H. Monsterarts King Ghidorah: $25.00
But to show you that I'm fair I will post your commission in my Gallery for you to see so you could let me know if you like it or not. If you like it and wish for me to sell it to you that will be $2.00 extra
Also send me your Commissions via Note plus I will accept payments through Money order or PayPal: [link]
*A SYM-BiONIC TITAN/GODZILLA CROSSOVER!?
As we all know Sym-Bionic Titan had been cancelled and by god were we pissed off! But say no more I'll be doing a crossover story about this with Godzilla thrown in.
Here are the monsters
King Ghidorah: [link]
Modula teams up with the Aliens from the past Godzilla films to take over earth with their monsters however earth monsters begun to pop up calling the attention of Sym-Bionic Titan, as well as General Steel. The trio then gets a visitation from the shobijin and warns them of the dangers to come.
*ANOTHER FUSION FICTION?
As everybody remembered I did a Fusion Fiction of My Life as a Teenage Robot and merged it with the 2005 remake of King Kong. Yeah I'm going to cancel that, this time I will do a new one featuring Sailor Moon crossing with the Toho movie Frankenstein vs. Baragon. To answer your first question no this will have nothing to do with the Godzilla vs. Sailor Moon trilogy that I'm working on.
Ami Mizuno-Dr. Sueko Togami
Andrew Hansford-Dr. Ken'ichiro Kawaji
Greg Urawa-Dr. James Bowen
Serena Tsukino- The dying patient
Lita Kino-Frankenstein Monster (aka Frankenstein's daughter)
Here's the story: The prologue is set in Nazi Germany during the final days of World War II. A Kriegsmarine Officer, flanked by three Commandos, barges into the laboratory of a Dr. Riesendorf with orders to seize the immortal heart of the Frankenstein Monster, on which Riesendorf is busy experimenting. The heart is summarily transported by U-Boat to be passed off to their Japanese allies via the Atlantic. In the Indian Ocean, off the Maldives, the U-Boat meets up with a Japanese Imperial Navy submarine to make the exchange. While this was happening a couple goes to the same hospital to get medical attention for their dying Daughter Mako, who was in need of a heart transplant. Luckily the heart that she is given is the heart of Frankenstein's monster. The operation was a success, but unfortunately Hiroshima is bombed by the Allied Forces, and the heart and the experiments vanish in the atomic fireball. Or so we thought….
Fifteen years later, in 1960 a feral girl runs rampant in the streets of Hiroshima, catching and devouring small animals such as dogs and rabbits. This draws the attention of the scientists Dr. Ami Mizuno, Dr. Andrew Hansford, & Dr. Greg Urawa who find the girl and take care of her and decide to name her Lita. Days have passed and the scientists then discover that Lita is growing in size due to intake of protein. After she escapes, another monster is discovered attacking an oil platform that woke him the beast was called Neronga after a Japanese myth.
So yeah this is just Frankenstein vs. Baragon with some alterations. So expect that to come in the near future.