Andrew Byham is another artist to look out for at this years Toycon UK. Having his work at our own booth last year we was all blown away by the craftsmanship and his unique ideas he comes out with. This year his booth will be filled with goodness and these pencilultimate and penultimate Mechanical Garoyles figures are a prime examples what Andrew will be showcasing at his booth 34.
Guarding the parapets of Falcon Hall stand the intimidating figures of the Mechanical Gargoyles. Designed by a team of security Administrators deep in the bowels of the great house these robotic protectors watch from each corner of the high walls and towers. Each Gargoyle takes an animal prized for it’s ability to protect it’s community, and combines it with the latest robotic technology.
It is believed these anthropomorphic androids can funtion indefinitely, with their ability to solar charge their batteries with their outstretched wings. Potentially they could protect Falcon Hall way into the future, regardless of what mess the human race makes of this world.
Two of these One Off Mechanical Gargoyles will be watching over proceedings at Toycon – monk-e and dog-e.
Based on Wise Monkey base by Joseph Byham, customised with Apoxie Sculpt and painted with acrylics. Approximately 3″ tall each. £45 each Booth 34.
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