Tuesday, January 10, 2012

A little itch.....

One afternoon a couple years ago I got an itch and sculpted this little guy. A little stress reliever. You may see more elaborate sculpting attempts here in the future.


Blogger Craig Knowles said...

Very nice indeed!

5:21 AM  
Blogger Gulzar said...


8:27 AM  
Blogger samacleod said...

Awesome! I love how you did his tail wrapping the base. So nice!

4:45 PM  
Blogger Peter Bangs said...

Very cool. What did you work with? It doesn't look like clay.

8:47 AM  
Blogger Sunny said...

Cutest lil thing in the wooorld!

5:48 PM  
Blogger Jason said...

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12:11 PM  
Blogger Jason said...

Hey, that's really cool!

By the way, you designed the JOTS brand POGs back in 1995, right? My friends and I were obsessed with "Sponge" and after an embarrassing number of hours searching, I just recently was able to track one down on eBay.

Thought you might enjoy seeing this Sponge pillow that my friend made for me:


12:18 PM  
Blogger SHANE PRIGMORE said...

Hey thanks everyone. And thanks for stopping by.

Jason, ha haaa, wow! Yes I did design the Jots brand pogs back in the 90s. I was 15 years old when I did those. That is crazy that you remember them and actually liked one enough to warrant a pillow being made.(which your friend executed well.) What a surprise. I might post some of those pogs and artwork one of these days when I feel very brave.
Thanks for posting.


5:23 PM  
Blogger SHANE PRIGMORE said...


I used whats caled super sculpy to sculpt this little guy. You can find it at arts or craft stores. Try it out.


8:59 AM  
Blogger JeTT said...

Are you the same Shane Prigmore that did the animation for Nova Ark back in the 90's? Cute characters. I have a complete sheet of pogs from Nova Ark signed by you in 1994. Is it you?

3:48 PM  
Blogger SHANE PRIGMORE said...


Yes, I designed the Nova Ark pogs back in1993. But I might have signed those in 1994. I signed a lot of Jots back then. This is hilarious. Those Nova Ark pogs are some of the most rare for sure. I actually just found the original drawings for those today. Crazy.
I started designing Jots brand pogs back in 1992. I created several lines of pogs and merchandise that must still be out there somewhere. The endangered species line was probably the most scarce, so I dare anyone to find those.
I was definitely a young, Inexperienced artist back then, but it was an amazing professional learning experience.

Thanks for the inquiries. It's a blast from the past. And again, I may post some of the Jots stuff sometime soon. Stay posted.


9:15 PM  
Blogger Vince Vassallo said...

Really nice piece. I love the fur texturing!

11:03 AM  
Blogger Zane Yarbrough said...

That really came out cool it looks like you have a bit of a nack for sculpting

5:30 PM  
Blogger Anthony Holden said...

Shane, this is beautiful. Really inspiring!!

(Sorry I don't have any comments regarding your vast pogs experience.)

7:35 AM  
Blogger Adrian said...

Great idea Leah, I often have trouble knowing how to enlarge a pattern to a larger quilt so I'm looking forward to 'quilting along'! Sounds like we'll all be learning together. logo design

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