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.
Be sure to visit my online store at fullblownink.bigcartel.com or follow the STORE link at the top.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Curse of Strahd Campaign
- Lost Mine of Phandelver Campaign
- Screen Print
- Vulkira Coloring Page
Category Archives: News
You can get to the Kickstarter by clicking, HERE. This will run for 30 days. Please consider making a pledge! If nothing else, please spread the word to those who may be interested. Thank you very much!!
My Kickstarter campaign for Vulkira, a toy that I designed, is close to going live. You can preview the campaign and leave feedback, here:
Time is getting close for the Kickstarter campaign to launch. This is a mock of the promo cards that I designed that are being sent to toy art galleries all over the US. In the meantime, you can view a … Continue reading
In addition to my Mini Oujias, I also have these Ouija Keepsake Boxes. Dimensions 5.875″ x 4.1875″ x 1.125″. Perfect for a gift or table-top decor. $20 (includes shipping).
I have designed my own Ouija. I have mini boards available for purchase! Boards are 5 x 7″. Comes with hand-cut planchette. The distressing process used to create these boards makes each one slightly unique. Boards are $20 (includes shipping). … Continue reading
If you can’t make it to Indy Pop Con, don’t worry! You can get my new zombie print here, in my web shop. The prints are gocco prints-a Japanese form of screen printing. This is my first edition of gocco … Continue reading
May 30 – June 1 at the Indianapolis Convention Center. If you haven’t heard of Indy Pop Con, click here. I will be appearing at the FIGID Press table to help promote the Zombie Almanac that I did illustrations for. … Continue reading
I am working on getting a 8″ vinyl toy produced. I am in the early stages of planning a Kickstarter campaign. Once the campaign goes live, I will be Blitzkrieging every form of social media. A Facebook page is in … Continue reading
If you weren’t able to get a poster at last night’s show, fear not, click here to purchase!