Monday, June 21, 2021

Thank You!

 Thank you for supporting our ninth wave in production and making it one for the history books! This launch was geared towards the building lovers as well as the custom fans. I hope that you have been playing with these guys and it is hitting some of these aforementioned notes. 

This wave was the most we have produced in a single launch to date. With the selection offered and the increase of people getting into Glyos lately, we deemed it absolutely necessary to yet again bump the production numbers. As of this post, most of what was offered is still available now at the shop in very small numbers. Thank you guys so much again for your continued support amongst all of the other great creators and their respective fun toy lines!

A big Wampa sized thank you to my dear friend and local bounty hunter Jesse Moore for once again for providing us all with some fun artwork to appreciate. He is the best and working with him on this last project really got our conjoined juices flowing for some more fun content in the not too distant future, so be on the lookout for that!

Another big thank you to my wife Syd for lending her superior color identifying eyes to help put the final touches on these photos. For those of you that might not know, I am in fact colorblind/ color deficient. It is a huge challenge in the art world to navigate with my eyes but I always seem to find a way to get where I need to go. My big brother Matt is to also thank for the heinous amount of time I pour into these photos as I have watched him at a close distance go overtime when it comes to toy photography. 

Looking towards our tenth wave, I am trying to continue to push the boundaries of special pvc effects and hope what I have planned for the next launch will bring a smile to your faces. One of the figures from the wave is something I have wanted to do from day one and it wasn't possible... Until now...

Thanks again everyone for letting me continue to share this weird vision of our geometric friends together and here is to hoping we see a new challenger in the pvc line up in the near future!

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