The Woodcarver has worked diligently to create his own private fishing boat. Not quite there yet for this first timer and he may have overestimated the scale of his plans but he'll make due cause he's got visions of pike fishing in his head. Hewn from a large pine tree trunk and root, this chunk of wood is slowly becoming a thing of fancy. To keep him going the Woodcarver drinks copious amounts of brew and ocassionally chomps down on some fresh bread made by his sweetie. He loves working on his craft. He could do this forever.
Friday, November 28, 2014
Here's my latest custom.
Hi shoppers. I've put everything on sale in my store including my AP Kozik Busts. Everything is 50% so if you wanted a Kozik bust but could not afford this is going to be your best bet. There are also t-shirts, stickers and a few older toys that are at really low prices. Happy shopping.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
And the final custom Kozik bust for my kickstarter backers. I kept this one for last as it was really the most fun bust to do. I enjoyed them all, but this one was a blast, and only made me feel slightly creepy and stalker-ish as I stared for days at pictures of Frank. It's kinda a reverse Jason Freeny piece. Check out some WIP pics below. Yeah, that's a mold you see there. So who knows, maybe I could make a series of smaller ones.
Posted by Kevin Gosselin at Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Sunday, October 19, 2014
Now available in a limited white edition of 50 pieces
Distributed by DKE TOYS and available at fine designer toys stores
Posted by Kevin Gosselin at Sunday, October 19, 2014
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
The first custom bust I did for the kickstarter rewards earlier in the year. I was waiting to post this because it's not quite done yet. The client is an artist as well and we decided to make it a collaboration. So in a few places I left the piece bare to the gesso for them to paint.
Here's another custom kozik bust for the kickstarter rewards. This was a fun piece to work on and more than a little creepy at times. Still, my 4 year old daughter loved him.
Here's another Kozik bust I finished a little while ago. Originally I had intended to just use a crackle medium to get an aged look for this piece but the medium just didn't work the way I wanted so instead I spent the next few weeks painting lines until I lost my sanity.