A recent avenue I have been exploring is the creation of action figures of you and your family. For years I was hesitant to offer this service, as it is very difficult to capture the likeness of someone you are very familiar in a way that truly captures them. But recently partnered with the fine people at That’s My Face to create custom 3D printed heads to offer this great new addition. I go the extra mile to match create a character with a back story that relates to you. Click through to hear more about this new feature.
I was selected by Morgan Spurlock’s production company Warrior Poets and Lucasfilm in 2015 to be featured in a series of short documentaries focusing on 20 Star Wars fans around the world. You can view the episode that looks at me, my works and process, and the impact Star Wars had on my life by downloading the Verizon Go90 app. The series is called “In A Galaxy”, my episode is called “Meet a DIY Toy Jedi”.
I am proud to debut this line to commemorate my site’s new look. I wanted to post it also in the lead up to the new Star Wars films as a tribute to the films of George Lucas.
I just transferred over my page showcasing my line I debuted at my panel at Anaheim Celebration in the Spring of 2015.
Transferred over the page showcasing my 2nd commission for Patton Oswalt a post-apocalyptic line called “Road Wars”
Got my page updated for the Seth Meyer’s commission based on his Hulu show “The Awesomes”
The line fantasy RPG themed Dungeon League is up and transferred over.
I have transferred over the 30 figure line based solely on the literary descriptions in Frank Herbert’s Sci Fi masterpiece “Dune”
- Sillof.com is the showcase of the pop culture art, sculpting, and custom action figures of Jamie Follis. The site was started in 2001. Sillof is most known for his unique combinations of characters into different eras, genres, and themes. These redesigns are intended to serve as commentaries on the various influences and timeless archetypes of the films. While these lines are often imitated today each line on the site was the first attempt by anyone online to create such versions.
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