Dead Zebra has announced they’ll be celebrating this year with a limited edition mini Android figuring based on the Chinese Zodiac Year of the Horse. At this point, Dead Zebra doesn’t really need an excuse to make awesome figures, but hey, we won’t complain. The Year of the Horse figurine has a painted horse mask and is wearing some traditional Chinese celebratory clothing, which looks really cool in photos.
As per the usual figurines like this, this one is limited edition, so it’s first come, first served. They’ll be in stock on Tuesday, January 28th at 11 am EST and 11 pm EST. You can only buy two per household. If you’re interested, mark your calendars. Hit the link below to check out the details from Dead Zebra.
source: Dead Zebra
Android artist Gary Ham has designed a special edition, mini collectible “Trickertreat!” Android figurine. If you’d like to buy it, you can order it online at the Dead Zebra Shop in two releases— the first starting at 11AM on Monday, October 21st, and again at 11PM the same day. Quantities are limited, so figurines are limited to two per household.
If you’re interested, act fast on the 21st before they sell out.
Source: Dead Zebra
Dyzplastic has today announced plans to release a special edition Android Mini this week in celebration of the Chinese New Year. The scroll-wielding red figurine is slated to hit the official Dead Zebra online shop Thursday January 24th at 11AM, though it has been noted that supplies are severely limited. If you’re hoping to get in on the action, you’ll need to have your mouse ready bright and early.
Even Andy Android figurines are in Halloween spirits! Dyzplastic has worked their magic yet again and created a Halloween “Werewolf” edition of their much popular Android figurine set.
The figurine will be available on October 30th so sit tight till then! Head on over to the source link for a 350 degree view of the figurine.
Ever wonder what else you could do with one of your Android figurines from DYZplastic? Why not turn it into an Android that will talk? Well…talk morse code that is.
Over at instructables.com, you will find detailed instructions on how to build your own “Mechanized Android Figure” along with schematics to help you along the way. If you’re a Pro member on their site, you can download the .pdf file as well, or simply click on the .pdf link provided. The site also gives you a detailed list of all the items you’ll need to create this little morse code talking robot.
So, if you have a little free time, why not head over, check what you need and build it up. Be sure to show off your creation right here by commenting the pic links when you’re done! Here’s a video to help you along too.
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