Fullblownink.com is the online portfolio of Eric Smith. This site showcases my vinyl and resin toys, Illustration, graphic design, screen prints, and paintings. Please follow the links at the top and/or on the right side.
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Ace Roku hot roddin’ his boogie van. Done with Manga Studio, Photoshop and Procreate.
A few weeks ago, I started doodling a Warduke sketch to celebrate hump day, as well as the ole evil fighter, himself-some silly, some not. Here’s the first one to be colored.
I designed and laid out this 63-page parts and accessories catalog for a new NAPA Balkamp business catagory that generated over a million dollars and 27% over quota within its first MONTH of release/circulation.
This is the portfolio and blog site for Eric Smith (that’s me), illustrator, graphic designer, painter, toy designer, and resin caster. To view samples of my work, please follow the links at the top just under the header graphic! Thanks for … Continue reading
Meet Cronus Magnus™! The follow up to Vulkira™, my first vinyl toy. Cronus Magnus was sculpted by Shinbone Creative. Look for an Indiegogo funding campaign coming soon! Stay up date by liking my Vulkira Facebook page, here. And be sure … Continue reading
Hi. Thanks for checking out my site. I only update this site once or twice a year. You will find more recent works and updates here: Instagram: @Fullblownink www.facebook.com/vulkira Be on the look out for more vinyl toys, resin toys, … Continue reading
At long last, my first vinyl toy has been produced! Made of vinyl, Vulkira stands 8.5″ high, has 5 points of articulation, has interchangeable weapons and fists. The Shogun Warriors color way is limited to 150 pieces. The black vinyl … Continue reading
The past 8 months have been pretty busy. My toy robot is in it’s final stages of production at Unbox Industries. Here are a few pics, which include test pull pics, sketch art, misprinted header cards, and blueprints. If you … Continue reading