Kosrobot has released a new figure released at store.kosrobot.com. The Dreary One is back in a new 3-inch tall form. Smaller but better than before, this spooky little guy comes in seven … Read More
Kosrobot has released his Spidey-Bruv figure, the first of a series called Luxury Money Cartel. Spidey-Bruv is a 6 inch action figure, with 5 points of articulation, magnetic joints and … Read More
Kosrobot has announced a new wave of releases including two new Cosmos Cold figures, which are a mix between the Dreary One and Blaming One figures that were released previously. These versions are the “Blaming Yellow” and “Blaming Orange”. The 6-inch tall hand-cast resin figures have three points of articulation (arms and neck) and are priced at $36.00 each.
There are also the new Tsihata “Blood Red” figures, which is completely translucent, and two Tsihata re-releases – “Black ‘n’ White” and “Negative” edition. The Tsihata figures measure 4.4 inches tall are hand-cast, hand-painted, and priced at $17.00 each.
It was a little while ago that we showed off Kosrobot’s prototype photos for his Daft Punk Thomas Bangalter figure. Well, now it’s completed and available for purchase. Inspired by an old photo, this figure stands 6 inches tall, has an articulated neck, is hand casted, and comes carefully painted in limited numbers. it’s currently available at store.kosrobot.com for $50.00.
Guy Manuel De Homem Christo is on his way to pair with Thomas later this year.
Kosrobot has announced his next project. Drawing inspiration from Daft Punk (Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo) – and a specific photo of the band – he’s announcing the first figure in what will (obviously, hopefully?) be a duo. The Thomas Bangalter 1/12 scale seen here is just a prototype. It’s made of clay (not painted) and the final figure would be made of resin and fully painted.
Kosrobot has released the new Iron Goth figure. Priced at $55.00 plus $11.00 shipping worldwide, this 4-inch tall acrylic and resin figure features 11 points of articulation. The figure is hand-cast and hand-painted.
There are three versions of Iron Goth currently available – “Original” (grey), “Blood” (red), and “Night” (black).
Christmas is coming, and to celebrate that, Kosrobot has released a season special figure – the Blaming One: Santa. The figure features metallic red paint, a cloth hat, and a removable felt … Read More
Kosrobot has announced a new figure design, which will be released soon – the Iron Goth. The design of this character is obviously inspired by Marvel’s Iron Man, with MOTU’s bulk and … Read More
Kosrobot is having a massive restock. Many new toys are now available for purchase. There’s the Blaming One from “Cosmos Cold” – a 1/12th scale, 6 inches tall, hand casted, hand painted figure … Read More
Kosrobot is showing off photos of the first finished (painted) “Blaming One” figure from the Cosmos Cold Series. The pictures are of the original yellow version that will be released this summer. The figure stands … Read More
The Russia-based artist Kosrobot released his third original character – his namesake Kosrobot. Why wait this long to release your namesake? Well, I liken it to when a band waits … Read More
The new Kosrobot Eagle Version mini dude is now available at over at store.kosrobot.com. This new “Eagle” edition is based on different special police unit uniforms mixed with urban clothing style. The Kosrobot figure stands in … Read More
Kosrobot has announced the second figure from the Cosmos Cold series – The Blaming One. The Blaming One was the crew commander of Emerald Castle space station. Nothing really changed since … Read More
A pair of new Kosrobot minidude variants are now available over at store.kosrobot.com. There’s the Blank Grey Kosrobot and a fully hand painted Black Star Kosrobot version. The fully painted version runs … Read More
The Tsihata is one of the new figure designs from the Moscow-based toy artist known as Kosrobot. The 4.4-inch tall figure is hand-sculpted and hand-cast in colored resin by the … Read More