Chongo Chat with JEMTOY

Congolio interviews J.E.Moores from JEMTOY. We talk about paper toys, resin toys, and art. Links mentioned in this video are: How To Make Resin ToysPrintCutFoldGlue.comTimeBrats.comChongolio.comSeven Super Girls - check ‘em out!

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Did I Do Something Wrong?

Did I Do Something Wrong?

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Thank You Mista Louis

Thanks Mista Louis

Thank you Mista Louis for including JEMTOY in your latest book, We Are Indie Toys!

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Assholes With Guns – Army Edition

Assholes With Guns - Army Edition

Assholes With Guns – Army Edition

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We Are Indie Toys!

We Are Indie Toys!

I am excited to be part of Louis Bou’s latest book, We Are Indie Toys: Make Your Own Resin Characters. Making resin toys is a lot of fun, and this book has a behind the scenes look at several resin toy artists, including JEMTOY!

Reviews:

http://lezgetreal.com/2014/02/book-review-indie-toys/

http://blog.redbubble.com/2014/02/book-review-we-love-we-are-indie-toys/

http://www.emiliogarcia.org/news/?%2FDIY_LIKE_A_PRO

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Assholes With Guns!

Assholes With Guns - Cowboy Edition I repackaged a bunch of crappy drug store toys for your amusement. Here is the latest edition of the Great Endangered American Consumer project. May I present: Assholes With Guns!

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Kaijina the Bug Girl

Kaijina the Bug Girl

Several colorways of Kaijina the Bug Girl are available at: jemtoy.bigcartel.com

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Did I Do That?

Did I Do That?

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Do You Have A Girl Friend?

Yupapotamus Pond

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Weird Critters of Washington Pond

Swamp Bogger, Philly Lou Bird, Yupapotamus in Maine

My family and I drove across country from California to Maine, and now Swamp Bogger, Philly Lou Bird, and Yupapotamus are home at Washington Pond, Maine. This is the lake I grew up on, listening to my grandfather’s old logging tales about these weird critters. Many of the old timers here know stories about these critters, and it’s fun to see the enthusiasm they have in telling them. We’re staying at my Dad’s house, looking for a home of our own somewhere in the area. I’ll keep you posted. Jay~

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