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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonGhost View Post
    Hi, thank you!

    For anyone that is interested, I did all of the 14" make heads, except for Lex and Zod of course, and Batgirl.
    8" I did Norm, Cliff, Woody, Chachi, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, and Mirror Sulu. I think that's all of them.
    Big fan of your work.
    Best sculpts of 2018!
    For the DC 14” what were your inspirations?
    I think I see a particular bronze era artist.. but might be projecting.

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    The sculpts are great, well done !!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIB41 View Post
    A very talented team indeed!
    agree, agree


    who were the folks that worked Mego back in the 70's ?

    that was a great group, indeed.
    Cornelius POTA MEGO of the Planet Of The Apes
    Cornelius is home.
    I'm in a groove and on the move collecting Mego POTA figures. PM me anytime.

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    I love Mirror Sulu, the 3 Cheers men, and all of the 14" sculpts. Great work Andrew! Applause for all the new Mego men and women who bring us joy everytime we look at our collections in our homes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 8 Skeins of Danger View Post
    Big fan of your work.
    Best sculpts of 2018!
    For the DC 14” what were your inspirations?
    I think I see a particular bronze era artist.. but might be projecting.
    Thanks! I usually look at Neal Adams, José Luis García-López, and Alex Ross. I looked at Curt Swan for Superman, but
    Paul thought he looked to old so I had to de-age him.
    It depends on the character, but I aim for an iconic silver age look.
    Expectation is the death of discovery.

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    Funny thing: I saw Luthor in the store and thought the sculpt was bland and undefined. I think the great Batmen heads ruined me! Lol

    Also I picked up The Flash. I like that his head sculpt reminds me of Mego's 12" Capt America. Great work, sir!
    I LOVE CHEESECAKE!!!


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    If you like the headsculpt, chances are Andy did it.
    Fresh, not from concentrate.

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    Great job, Andrew!

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    Thank you.
    Expectation is the death of discovery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palitoy View Post
    Sean's last name is Sansom, it's been misspelled. He's a good friend of mine, he is a SFX artist who worked on IT! Shazam and Suicide Squad, for which he won an Oscar. He also sculpted Brick Mantooth.
    I gotta tell ya, Brick is one of the finest modern Mego sculpts to happen in ages. Hits that PERFECT sweet spot, between realistic and cartoony and legit looks like a vintage Mego would. So kudos to Sean Sansom.

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