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  1. Aaron says:

    Wow!!! :o That’s some great creative stuff you’ve shared!! Real inspiring! Thanks.

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  2. dorian says:

    excelente!
    mui buen trabajo
    sirve mucho de inspiracion
    gran trabajo!

    nice work!
    thanks!

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  3. nemo says:

    that’s cool…. great creative stuff !!!

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  4. Wow! WHat a great artwork! It is like a Frankenstein spongebob!!!!

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  5. admin says:

    Hahaha I might have to rename him Frankenstein Spongebob… That’s Great!! :D

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  6. [...] Spooner at Spoon Graphics has designed a very cool “Frankenspoon” monster. I modified ol’ Frankenspoon a bit (and made him blink) and used him in the [...]

  7. [...] week I introduced Frankenspoon, a downloadable flat pack toy inspired by the likes of the Readymech characters by Fwis. In this [...]

  8. [...] in a monster character illustration mood this month, after the creation of Frankenspoon I thought it would be cool to create a mini-series of tutorials on how to create a set of simple [...]

  9. Sami says:

    oh that’s cute!!^^
    great job!

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  10. ElPhantasmo says:

    Awesome dude!!!
    creepyyyyy~ XD

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  11. Zeb says:

    So huge ! thanks for sharing !

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  12. A-LEX says:

    not the arms, but will be the screw that out

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  13. [...] character playground from readymech detail info visit: readymech.fwis.com __________________________ Readymechs are free, flatpack toys for you to print and build. They are designed to fit on an 8.5″x11″ page and printed with any printer. You’ll need double-sided tape, thick matte paper, and 10-15 minutes for build time. for more character you can see frankenspoon [...]

  14. ferchito says:

    excelente great job men XD

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  15. [...] the appearance of Frankenspoon this time last year. The fold up toy was presented as both a giveaway and tutorial and received some great responses. Illustrator Dan Swartz recently emailed me to tell [...]

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