We’ve been seeing a good few WIP shots of a custom Deathead by David Flores, from the power couple “64Colors” and it could only really mean one thing. It’s destined for one of the biggest, if not the biggest Deathead collector Denver Tilotti. 64Colors has yet again impressed us with the amount of detail they put into a custom. Every millimetre has all the characteristics of 64Colors artwork and you can easily tell its 64colors work from a mile away.
Dog Catcher shows the level of 64colors work, surgical precision paintwork throughout the Deathead. Each section has the dog theme, and not just that all done with fantastic emotions and characteristics. Eric came up with the concept and Laura blessed the vinyl figure with a stunning paint work. Thats how the power couple work, in harmony.
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Denver told us that the two dogs on the Dog Catchers feet are actually portraits of his own dogs. How cute right. The tarten pattens that they have painted would be approved by anyone from Scotland. No sign of a kilt though..Booooo :p
Owning this epic custom must be a wonderful feeling but also a nightmare! why? well how do you display it? every angle is covered with beautiful work. We hope Denver has a rotating display with mirrors, like Enter the Dragon Bruce Lee style. POW!