Cryptid Toys has just released new digitally colored sculpts for this upcoming Kickstarter. With the “Army Alphas” line from Cryptid Toys, you can finally build YOUR army, YOUR way!
- Desert Soldier
- Universal Camo Pattern
Cryptid Toys will deliver the intricately sculpted, super articulated 1/12 scale (6″) action figures that the collector community craves. Having been an action figure collector, customizer, and enthusiast for many years, I decided it was time to make the jump to an action figure manufacturer since toy companies were not producing the figures that many collectors have been clamoring for. Working with some of the most talented sculptors in the business who have not only worked on some of the most popular brands, but also with leaders in the industry, these figures will be brought to life from concepts to high quality action figures.
“Who Is” Cryptid Toys?
>Freelance Sculptor- Adrian DF Melton:
Adrian DF Melton has been digital sculpting for Eightball Studios (aka Steve Kiwus) since 2010, and has worked on projects for Mezco Toyz, DC, Diamond Select, JAKKS Pacific, Hasbro, and Dark Horse. He also works as a digital artist/character artist for Stillalive Studios, an indie game developer.
>Freelance Sculptor- Dan Mitchell:
Dan Mitchell has done freelance and in-house 3D sculpting work for Hasbro on some of their most prominent brands such as Marvel, Star Wars, Beyblade, Angry Birds, and Littlest Pet Shop. He has also worked on the very popular Marvel Legends Infinite line, doing sculpting on the Groot, Sabretooth, and Phoenix Five Cyclops figures, to name a few.
Cryptid Toys’ line of army builder action figures, called Army Alphas, will work fantastically as a supplemental line to all of your other 6” action figures collections. If you want to build expansive collections of various soldiers, SWAT officers, and skeletons, this line is for you! Each figure in the line will be packed with over 25 points of articulation (including rocker ankles!), will include a few weapons/accessories, and will have alternate heads or hands.
Debuting on Kickstarter in the months to come, this line will need the help of the entire collector community to become a reality. There will be several figures offered from the start and several others offered as stretch goals pending the campaign’s success. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to remain up to date and not miss out on the Kickstarter campaign in the coming months.