I am more inclined to designer/artist toys inspired by mecha or street punk. I especially like this Dread Skull original edition figure by Mark Sirapoph of WVD. It was by chance I saw this figure listed on Carousell while searching for Quiccs TEQ63. They do look compatible when placed next to each other.
Dread Skull is a resin figure that I'm head over toes on the face sculpt and paint application to the ponytail hair. I got to learn on "Toy Chronicle" blog that this design is limited to 30 pieces and I consider myself really lucky. I got the forth piece whereby number 4 is reflected on the rear of the hoodie. The head can be taken apart from the body as they fastener together with the use of magnet. I supposed if you can swap the heads and body on different Dread Skull releases.
Dread Skull is designed by Thai artist and it reflected the air pollution level at urban city whereby it's better to wear a mask. Dread Skull portrait that street punk dressing style but yet casual wearing bermudas and sandals. I would suggest long sleeve hoodie knowing how warm during my last visit to Bangkok. In addition, artwork postcard of the next project concept art is also given.
HEHE, that’s a very dread... ful character if you ask me and kind of sinister too, but I understand the concept behind it, a criticism against the air pollution, with a dystopian future twist in the overall look and a very daring selection of colors!... It was a great finding pal, considering the very, very limited production of this designer toy!...
Yeah bro... You seriously interpreted the toy and post very well. I a fan of street punk design toy.. There are cool vibes to it and unique...
It seems like the paint job was done by its designer manually..
Yes bro, most designer don’t have company to run production line therefore for a start, their figures are hand painted and very low in quantities. Each figure is unique...
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