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Inktober 2014 #1 Birth of a Sword by Mecha-Zone
Inktober 2014 #1 Birth of a Sword
I'm using Inktober as an excuse to develop some lore for my Mechanaut toys. Want to see more? Join the Mechanauts Universe on facebook or follow me on instagram. You can buy my toys here -->mechazone.storenvy.com/
Mechanauts Universe: www.facebook.com/mechanauts
Mecha Zone on Instagram: instagram.com/mechazone
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Predanaut Action Figure by Mecha-Zone
Predanaut Action Figure
The Predanaut Fang is the loathsome enemy of the heroic Mechanauts. This is the first in a series of enemy figures that I'll be releasing over the next few months including the Pterror Trooper and Commander. I'm also releasing a new set of 4 Mechanauts with some accessories.
You can pre-order them and see a lot more photos here ---> mechazone.storenvy.com/
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Hey everyone, sorry for being absent for so many months. I got a 3D printer and I've been obsessed with it. I've been making a lot of custom toys and I've also been trying to sketch more. I participated in the October "Inktober" sketch event on Instagram. I had a BLAST. I'll be participating in the MARCH of ROBOTS sketch event that starts tomorrow and I'm really excited about that! It's also on Instagram. Here's a link to my profile so you can check out my daily drawings... instagram.com/mechazone or you can search for the hashtag #marchofrobots

I will be selling a limited number of my 3D printed mecha toys next weekend. This mecha is called the Hammerhead. It's a fully articulated 2.5" action figure. Each figure is made on my printer and finished by hand. They are made of ABS plastic. Here's a link to my store if you want to check out more details and pricing. mechazone.storenvy.com
Hammerhead Toys by Mecha-Zone

Thanks everyone and cheers!

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:iconwilliamsquid:
williamsquid Featured By Owner 1 day ago
Thank you for the fav!
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TheMonsterAtlas Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014
Hey man, I really enjoy your mechs and they are simply amazing. I was wondering if you ever did commissions for reference sheets?
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DreamPen Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014
Can I suggest the mechs of the PC FPS game Hawken as subjects for future projects? More power to you, sir!
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NovDecJan Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014
A toy reviewer  ( Vangelus ) reviewed the Predanaut and it looks great! I might buy one if I have the money to spare.
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Mecha-Zone Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014  Professional General Artist
Yes, I sent Vangelis a review copy. He liked the Predanaut so much that he immediately bought a Mechanaut Soldier, both my art books, and a couple of my mini robot toys (that are now sold out). I thought it was a great review and very valuable for me to get his opinion since he handles so many toys.
Thanks for watching the video and I'm sure you won't regret buying a Predanaut if you get one. I have 5 left right now. I'm working on my next toy release, the Mechanaut Biologist. If you are on Facebook, you can see some progress images on the Mechanauts universe page... www.facebook.com/mechanauts
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RalphNiese Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2014  Professional General Artist
Thanks, David! it's a lot of fun browsing your gallery!
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Mecha-Zone Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2014  Professional General Artist
Oh no, thank you! I was drooling over your comics on the Glyos site and came over to DA to see what else you had to show. You have a terrific style. I'm trying to motivate myself to draw some comics for my Mechanaut and Predanaut toys and your work has been very inspiring. I have been drawing comics for LEGO magazine for almost 10 years but I don't show any of that here. The LEGO comics are a chore to complete, but I think I'm going to develop a style for my own comics that is a bit more retro looser. Something that still looks good (hopefully) but doesn't take so damn long.
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RalphNiese Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2014  Professional General Artist
wow, super nice of you to say that!! 
Matt is super kind of me playing arround with the styles and it was sure to that, that i kinda ended with this 'new' loose style. Was drawing alot with a brush to make it all look this kind of retro-y-professional oldschool comics but somewhen i kinda was missing the fun in doing it this way. I somehow ended up with a stash of old 60/70ies Last Gasp comicbook titles with lots of inspiring 'amateur' comics, and so i just purchased the cheapest fineliners i used back in my youth when i tried to ape Jim Lee and Rob Liefeld and go a more stylish style route and it's lots of fun drawing again. It's more like trying to let stuff look cool and not anatomically right. Wish you best of luck for the personal comics! 
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DarknessRising96 Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Student Digital Artist
HI. Love the fallen angel mecha. Your artwork reminds me alot of Gundam. Hey i started a points donation on my page and do you think you could help me out?
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JumboJets Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014
Hi David! Oh boy, i'm gonna have a heck of a time explaining this...

Better get started.

Okay, so about two years ago, on a day leading up to Christmas, I received a copy of your mecha zone book... An autographed copy... I received the book from my aunt Carolyn, who said that she knew you from BMS, where your banner in the art room still hangs:) and by the way, I treat that book like a bible of battlemechs, or a mecca of...well, mecha!

So... Yeah... This is Matt, just stopping by to say hi, and to, you know... Kinda cryptically say how I know you...


I feel awkward. Like REALY awkward. My apologies, but I couldn't think of any other way to say that.

But hey, the book did inspire to join DeviantART! So hey, we've got that! :)
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