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About Artisan Crafts / Professional Member Mike LohMale/People's Republic of China Groups :iconarmored-o-holic: Armored-o-holic
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Arkham Knight Helmet Prototype 02 by Uratz-Studios
Arkham Knight Helmet Prototype 02
This is the very expensive 3D Printed Prototype of the CAD file for injection molding. If this looks good then the injection molded object will be good.

You can pre-order this helmet here:…

Ships End of June 2015 .
Arkham Knight Helmet Prototype 01 by Uratz-Studios
Arkham Knight Helmet Prototype 01
This is the very expensive 3D Printed Prototype of the CAD file for injection molding. If this looks good then the injection molded object will be good.

You can pre-order this helmet here:…

Ships End of June 2015 .
Batpack in progress  by Uratz-Studios
Batpack in progress
Special Batpack in progress with opening shell system. Will take a while to develop as my pet project
Deathsinger Gaze helmet mesh by Uratz-Studios
Deathsinger Gaze helmet mesh
Mesh Added for the helmet. The body work will take a week or so then off to molding it. Pre-orders for blanks and finished pieces are available on my etsy shop:…


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Mike Loh
Artist | Professional | Artisan Crafts
People's Republic of China
Mask Making, Sculpting,Mold-making,Casting Stuff, Armor Building, Concept Designs for Characters, Anything Predator related. Mean and Nasty creatures.
Anything of the Dark and Scary. Expelling my darkest demons through my work.

Current Residence: Shanghai China
deviantWEAR sizing preference: X Large
Favorite genre of music: So Many!
Favorite style of art: Many!
Operating System: Win 7
MP3 player of choice: Ipod
Favorite cartoon character: Many!
Personal Quote: Its never to late to Pursue what you know is right

Everything I've been through was just preparing me for a greater future. That Future is in Product design. I've built Legos as a kid, grew up as an Artist, learning to draw, learning about Artists like DaVinci and having worked in a toy factory designing inflatable toys, then Advertising and then Pepsico. Then Prop making at age 32 - All but training me to start a Product design company to design special products that's from the Future. I am broke believing in chasing this Dream but its because its worth investing in. If someone came from the Future and told Steve Jobs or any other great inventors of great products and companies they would be, I'm sure that they would never give up if they found out what great things they could make and accomplish. At this point I don't care if no Investors find me because I have figured it all out and I don't owe these people one cent for my own hard work. If these angel investors do want to support me and join my cause, then great. You know where to reach me, For the time being, sit back relax and watch my stock prices rise and one day you will say "should've bought stocks for Uratz Corporation back when they were a Studio."

2015 will be a very exciting year for me because making things no longer need my bare hands to do because high Tech machines will be my arms working thousand times faster and making better quality products than any other stupid pirate can make with their army of illegal workers and sub standard materials. As I stray away from existing I.P. of comic/game characters and more towards my own ideas like George Lucas and his Star Wars , I shall create my own epic I.P. Everything that I've learned about product design, marketing, sales, prop making, materials and manufacturing technology will serve my creative endeavors and I can only hope you guys continued support through Kickstarter and any other crowdfunding campaigns that I will have in store this coming year.

Have a good Day!

  • Mood: Joy
  • Listening to: CPU Fan Humming

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enigma-rain Featured By Owner 5 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
After seeing your dipped Arkham Knight helmet separated from the chin piece, I've realized that you're probably the guy to do a Gray Fox helmet justice.
zanruos Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2015

what u think
JokerXMint Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2015
Odd question would you be up to do a design on a lighter?
Uratz-Studios Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
what do you mean?
JokerXMint Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2015
Like a Custome I guess you could say like a lighter case
bobsideways Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fav!  :D
XizerTheGrey Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2015
Thanks for the fav!
melesmeles-faber Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I sometimes wonder with posting tutorials like you have favourited (Thank you!) whether I'm putting myself out of a job....;)
Uratz-Studios Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Well I suggest only posting tutorials that is not a big secret like its a commonly known technique that elsewhere is available. Also Advise you to keep your trade secrets like special techniques that give you an advantage over others in your field of expertise. But the best is not to share too much at least not for free. Make a book for cheap for all the work you did with the graphic design and all that typing because there are a lot of pirates out there who steal your pictures and print out themselves even sold in public places like conventions and you don't even know about it until some fan of yours sees it and lets you know.
There is also a case where someone pretended to get on my good side by working for free in my studio to learn my tricks only to have it backfired on me later when he stole my 3D prints and mass produced it. Luckily for me he was greedy and stupidly exposed what he did in his own social media and no one bought his shit because he overcharged. Anyway this kid has little experience in gaining trust from Fans and Followers and really taking the time to nurture and learn about the biz of selling props and being an honest person.

Good luck to you and watch your own ass!
melesmeles-faber Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
OK I'd better watch my {ass} bum!;)

I'm not sure about any special techniques I have, I suspect I'm generally presenting the bottom line of mask making (most basic way) in my tutorials!

Are you talking about these books one prints by demand on Amazon?

Fascinating to see some twit steal your work........Glad he has appeared to have been caught out!

I'd love to try stuff like resin and fibreglass, but I have not had the time and also not totally the facilities......

Silicone is another one I'd like to try!;)
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