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< Piro >

"Art Sale!"

Tuesday - January 13, 2015

[Piro] - 09:43:03 - [link here]

I've put up a bunch of original Megatokyo artwork for sale in the MegaGear store - some of them have sold, but there is still a good selection left to consider. Here are some thumbnails of the drawings still available:

Art Sale thumbnails

Note that most of these are sets of drawings - when you purchase a drawing, i usually try to include rough sketches and other related material. Drawings that were used in actual Megatokyo comics will come with a signed printout that identifies which comic and where the drawings were used. These are one of a kind items - original pencil drawings are on HP Bright White inkjet paper (like all Megatokyo artwork has ever been :P) and the COPIC colored ones are high resolution prints hand colored with COPIC marker (you can't color over pencil, it smears, so i have to color over pigment-printed prints on heavy matte photo paper).

Anyways, there is a lot to choose from, so if you are interested be sure to check them out in the Original Art section of the MegaGear store.

< RayKremer >

The Muffin Cart shall live!

"Muffin Cart!"

Thursday - July 3, 2014

[RayKremer] - 11:52:25 - [link here]

MegaTokyo seems to bring out the arts and crafts in me. Carving pumpkins for Halloween? Some Darkly Cute would look good on there. Snow globes with a slot in the bottom so you can insert a photo of your grandkids? Sad Kimiko goes in there instead. Papercraft Macintosh computer? That just begs to be part of a papercraft ph34rbot. Child-friendly foam croquet set? That can be repurposed as the Girl Phase "Smack-o-Mallet". Chibi Godzilla plushie? One zombie bite later and you have a Zom-Zom plushie. I even bought some toy helicopter things to try to put together Largo's flying steampunk hat, though there's an issue of weight versus sturdiness that I'm not sure I can overcome with the simple toy-isle flying units.

One thing has eluded me for years, though. Largo's Mr. Muffin Honda Gyro Canopy scooter. That's way too complex to really make myself, but surely there's a miniature version to be had. Alas, there was none to be found. Until now! Releasing this fall from Tomytec's Buhinmokei series of scale models, not one but two 1/12 scale models of the Gyro Canopy! The first is a plain version while the second has the necessary cargo carrier on the rear. It is branded as a Pizza-la delivery scooter, but those logos will be easy to cover over with Mr. Muffin signage. Now the only thing I need is a 1/12 scale bunny suit guy...

In other news, the location of the Fredarting live drawing stream has been in flux lately, but hopefully we've settled out for the long haul located at I've updated the local Fredarting page to have the proper embedded video now. Those of you with accounts at should be able to use the same login at Twitch.


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