Mighty Mo update

Hello everyone, sorry for the long wait for an update with Mighty Mo. It has been a very busy few months. Usually when you donโ€™t hear from us, it is nose to the grindstone in the studio and we are busy brewing something. Every step takes time and energy so thank you for being patient with each project as we bring it to life.

Below are some photos of the castings. With every project we are learning more and more and hope to improve upon the last. These turned out pretty good. Next step is sanding, then priming and painting.

Also below is an update on the wooden box Mighty Mo will be packaged in. He is a very unique little frog and we want to make sure he comes in something special to celebrate him. These will be stained this coming week.

Thank you again for your interest in my art. Stay tuned, more updates to come! :)


Mighty Mo Prototype

Many changes were made to the Mighty Mo project in the last few months. Here is the current figure in its prototype stage. We simplified his clothing and modify his face with frog features. The previous version was a hybrid of human and frog and we wanted to push the frog Prince concept much more. Mighty Mo is a rebel royal who hungers for adventure and mischief instead of his princely duties.

We hope you like what you see so far. It has been many months of hard work. Many thanks to Bianca Lesaca, Igor Lapshin, and Cyberlich to bring Mighty Mo to this stage! Thank you to each one of you for your talents invested into this project!


Benny Stash

This photo was sent from a collector in Singapore. I feel so honoured to have my art in peopleโ€™s collections. Thank you everyone for their support.

We are hoping to bring functional art along with new sculptural pieces in the mix for 2019. Stay tuned for more info! :)


Interview on Co Art Mag and Happy New Years!

I just had the honors of doing an interview with Nick Curtis of Co Art Mag over the Christmas break. It brought back many memories of my past and also of old projects I worked on.

Thank you very much Nick! You really did your homework on this interview and I am grateful.

Here is the link to the interview, I hope you enjoy it. :)

Also, wishing everyone and their family a wonderful 2019. May this year be filled with much happiness, laughter and good health.

I wanted to express my thank you to all the collectors who have supported my projects in 2018. It was my first year self producing my sculptures and it has been a great learning experience. I have added some very important people to my team. Kaelin Sheaves from Calgary and Cyberlich from Sherwood Park who have helped me tremendously with bringing my projects to life. Each project takes many months of hard work and I hope collectors appreciate the love and care that goes into each sculpture.

Just a quick update on the Bao Bao Bennys. They are almost finished and should be ready to be shipped later this month. Here is a little update picture of the bottom. It is the double happiness symbol. I wanted to share that positive energy to my collectors and hope Bao Bao Bennys can bring more joy and happiness to their lives.


Wood Benny

Big thank you to Vince of VTSS for bringing Benny the Dreamer in Wood form to life! After a long wait and many different production processes Wood Benny is ready for sale at VTSS online store.

Wood Benny the Dreamer comes with certificate of authenticity and is 25 cm tall. He is made of beautiful walnut wood and retails for $1300 USD with a limited edition run of 30.

A real dream come true! Thank you Vince!