Author Archives: tgil

MAD-runner Red

I’ve been behind on my game but now I’m excited to have released my latest mod. MAD-runner red, free running throughout urban streets. Perfectly balanced on one hand. 5 are up for grabs from my shop.

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My Studio – GilTstudios

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Tenacious Toys

Got this sick ass shirt from Benny Kline at Tenacious Toys. Big ups to them and giving my Blue Diamond Free Runner Ninja a home.

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DesignerCon 2014

DesignerCon was a slam dunk! I was very excited to release my latest “B-Boy Muerte” and got to meet old friends and meet new ones. Much thanks for KUSO Vinyl for hosting me and my B-Boy. Next year I will … Continue reading

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New York Comic-Con

What’s up New York Comic-Con. I’m looking forward to meeting ya’ll. I’ll be dropping some new stuff at booth 208. Come say whazup! Special thanks to TenaciousToys for making this happen.  

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Skate Diamond Ninja

I finally finished my MunnyMunth entry! Took a while but luckily I got this guy to balance on his one hand. Overall I’m happy with it. He may be up for grabs or I may make a limit of 5. … Continue reading

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Catapulting Kid Ninja – Time Laps Sketch

Everything starts with a sketch. Here’s a time laps video of the Catapulting Kid Ninja sketch.

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Catapulting Kid Ninja

Primed and ready for paint. Limit of 5 of these will be up for grabs. Keep an eye out for the drop. “Catapulting Kid Ninja”

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The Riddler

I typically don’t design existing character but for this commission piece and couldn’t resist. The riddler is one of my favorite characters.

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Dia de Los Muertos Free Runner

As we reached the middle of November I couldn’t help but to create this “Dia de Los Muertos Diamond Free Runner” in celebrating November 2nd Dia de Los Muertos. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to put him up for … Continue reading

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