To turn a rejected movie star into a tabletop miniature!
We have 2 models: The shark and the love interest. Each one will be released in 75mm for painters and 32mm for gamers:
Tabatha: she likes lemon Ice cream, Zumba and axe weilding.
Gulpy, he is misunderstood.
Attenion: 28mm scale in pic is for property of warhammer 40k and it's for showing scale purposes only. It's NOT INCLUDED with the kit.
The images above are 3d renders that are going to be printed to create the miniatures. Here is a comparison from a previous project between a render and a final product. The detail is maintained.
Attenion: 28mm scale in pic is for property of warhammer 40k and it's for showing scale purposes only. It's not included with the kit.
In his time as a VFX artist, KaYo (Luis Alberto Cayo) pitched the idea of "The Zombie Landshark of Bikini Beach" to the legendary b-movie producer Roger Corman. It was rejected.
After that, Gulpy the shark traveled the world in a journey of self discovery. Finally he came to terms with letting go of his childhood dream: being a movie monster.
And so life went on and Gulpy had to survive like we all do. He found some odd jobs to pay the rent but always had his side projects trying now to make short films to see if he can have a break, not as a star but maybe as a director. Gulpy was determined.
Finally, he re-encountered his creator KaYo and they discussed the possibility of a miniature based on Gulpy. KaYo was delighted with the idea since he just recently launched KaYo Miniatures and decided to give it a try.
This is were YOU come in!!! It's time for the sequel.
Give us a million bucks and we'll make a B movie for you... we can can even throw in a d-lister for ya. The TWIST is... the shark will be the HERO!
some images from the photoshoot for the poster and inspiration for the miniature of Tabatha.
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Risks and challenges
We have funded already two kickstarter projects that included 3d printing, molding and casting.
Delays are our main concern but even if they occur, we are ready to make up for them. We guarantee that our backers are going to be a hundred percent satisfied with the rewards they receive. And if for whatever reason they are not, we'll give the money back (and pay for the return shipping as well).Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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