More good news! The unofficial Prometheus Rising Heavy Industries Glyos ‘Real Type’ release is now up on the Monster Kolor web shop. This is a project long in the making. Some of these customs were started a few years ago, but I finally had some time recently to sit down and finish them (and more!) There are fourteen customs in a variety of builds and themes, from a couple simple Travellers to heavily customized builds. Everything is painted with Monster Kolor paints, with acrylics, oils, and pigments for the heavy weathering they all received. A couple feature rare production Glyos heads spruced up, and one even has the last of my Brownnoize Productions metal cast Phanost heads. Each one of these is fully finished and weathered, and thanks to the MK paint they are totally durable and playable. Head on over to the PRHI category on the MK web shop to buy them now, or look below for individual links to each figure.
Archive for the ‘Glyos’ Category
Just posted to Instagram and figured I should put it here as well. I’ll be having a Glyos custom release on the Monster Kolor site in a few weeks, so here’s a quick peak until everything’s photographed!
NiStuff recently debuted some fantastic PVC minifigures based on his Glyos-inspired 481 Universe, and they have really inspired me to get to work. You can check them out at Ni’s site, and I’ll definitely be posting more about them in the near future, but I was having a little fun tonight and wanted to show off. The first thing I did when I got my set was get out a knife and some rare earth magnets and articulate the shoulders, to great success. Adamen are the ubiquitous worker species of the 481 setting, and I couldn’t help prep my first one as a support crew member for a very mecha-ey Glyos build I recently finished. I have a couple more on the way that will be getting the same treatment so I can paint them all at the same time, and will show more then!
The new Chaos Trooper sculpt from Real X Head blends design elements from the vinyl Adult Chaosman with Onell’s Glyos sculpts, in particular from the Chaos Invasion Custom Corps wave. The debut release of the new Trooper was on flesh vinyl, and I managed to pick up two so that I could get a Frankenruge version painted up to match my Glyos Frankenruge Trooper.
This guy was a commissioned figure. I was given the special head, a Callgrim figure, and two packs of Axis parts and told to go nuts. In an attempt to use as many parts as possible I gave this guy a heavy blaster and a jump pack and good articulation.