Sunday, July 26, 2015

Space Barbarian Oller


Available, August 1st at Bigman Toys store!
Also, click that link to see the range of different custom paint jobs that Lee from Bigman has prepared for this release!

Monday, July 20, 2015

"Oller", from Ironhaus Pro x Bigman Toys

He's big, he's bad, and he's gnarly... Oller is an intergalactic barbarian from a doomed planet, that contracted a form of alien cancer that grows into sentient parasites (known colloquially as "Cystoidz"). Oller travels from badland to badland looking for his next conquest... Which one will he conquer next?
"Oller" is a 5" scale resin figure, sculpted by Jimmy Rommel of Ironhaus Productions and casted expertly by Lee Burbridge of Bigman Toys. Lee will be releasing these at his store (click *HERE* for the link) on August 1st, 2015; each figure is hand cast in resin, and hand-painted by Lee himself. 
 Each figure, with companion will retail for $40 (US), and there are ten of them, so don't sleep on these guys.
In the meantime, here are some pics of a few of the figures that Lee has cooked up:





Thursday, June 25, 2015

Draznar Uncensored: DOOM Gotter - What's Next?

DOOM Gotter, for those that don't already know, is the most recent endeavour between Ironhaus Productions' Jimmy Rommel and Imperfecz Design's Luke Harris. For those of you not in the know, it's a line of  mini-figures pulling inspiration from folklore, mythology, and cryptozoology.

So far, we've seen some "yokai", which are Japanese ghosts, and one character from cryptozoology. I haven't picked up the second series just yet, but the first series is absolutely fantastic. There is an optional paint wash option, and I strongly recommend getting it. It really adds character to the already very-well detailed figures.

Moving on from what's been done, what is something the fans are hoping to see in this line? I don't have any knowledge on future creatures, so I'm in the same boat as the rest of you in terms of speculation.

Here are my top picks for figures I hope to see in the future:

Bigfoot - This guy is a personal favourite of mine. I would be incredibly pleased to see either a Bigfoot or a Yeti enter the fray!

Ogopogo - A cryptid from British Columbia which is essentially the "Canadian Nessie." Nessie would also work but I've got too much Canadian pride. (We in fact have a few "pogo" lake monsters here!)

Mothman - A fairly popular creature from the United States. I think the talent here at Ironhaus or at Imperfecz could both pull off a fearsome and fitting version of the character for DOOM Gotter.

Kappa - The Kappa is considered a yokai, so he already fits the criteria for the series!

Megalodon - Technically an extinct animal, but is considered a cryptid by some who say it is still alive. I think an anthropomorphized version of this big guy would be Jawesome. (Yes, I went there.)


Now that you've heard my top picks for future hopefuls, what are yours? Feel free to leave a comment either on the blog or on our Facebook posts! While I am positive Luke and Jimmy have a good idea of where they want to take this series, a suggestion or two could never hurt! (Or help to cement an idea they already have.)


As always, thanks for reading my rantings and stay tuned to the blog for updates on all future Ironhaus products!

- Draznar

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Necrolossus Vinyl, From Unbox Industries


We're getting closer!! 
The Necrolossus figure, sculpted by me (Jimmy Rommel, of Ironhaus) and wonderfully produced by Unbox Industries in vinyl. I don't have an official release date yet, but Necrolossus (in a bold army man green) will be available soon. I will give you guys more details, as soon as I have them.

-Rommel

Burning Hell Turtle

Burning Hell Turtle is finally for sale! Hooray!
He's big (roughly 3"), he's bad, he's on fire, people! BHT was sculpted by me, Jimmy Rommel, and masterfully casted by our honorary Ironhaus brother, Eric Nilla. 
There are several awesome colors to choose from, too:
-Classic Flesh
-Ultra Thermal Black to Pink
-Thermal Pink to White
-Glow Plum
And costs $22 + shipping at The Eric Nilla Store. Go get them while they last!
-Rommel