Godzilla fan and collector, John Ruffin, has been putting his graphic design and photography talents to work on his collection. A big chunk of that work employs Godzilla vinyls made by X-Plus. 2016 has been a particularly prolific year for him. Watch the video and feast your eyes!
JOHN RUFFIN / MYKAIJU.COM MyKaiju.com controller, John Ruffin, has long been my favorite digital artist working with X-Plus. He's only just received his Gigantic Series Yuji Sakai Modeling Collection Godzilla 1954 vinyl figure by X-Plus, and he's already made another masterpiece with it. I've been saying for years now that X-Plus figures are so good they look like they walked right out of the screen. Here, John puts it back into "the screen" again and the result looks totally authentic. Check out John's photo gallery here on Kaiju Addicts and be prepared to be wowed. And, there is a LOT more to see at John's site: MyKaiju.com. Get some coffee and don't expect to get out of that chair for while when you go. There's enough there to keep you mesmerized for quite a while.
John Ruffin knocked me OUT OF MY CHAIR when I saw this one! This Godzilla vs. Destroyah movie poster composite was made using photos of the Gigantic Series Godzilla 1995 and the Large Monster Series Destoroyah vinyl figures from X-Plus. This work is a testament to the outstanding sculpts from X-Plus, and the outstanding artistry of John Ruffin. Everything about this piece is PERFECT! Get a quick look at more of John's photos from his own Gallery here on Kaiju Addicts. And get even MORE by visiting his website MyKaijuGodzilla.com!
John Ruffin is, by far, one of my favorite X-Plus diorama photographers. His latest creation features Godzilla 1985 (going by the Dr. Pepper billboard) among N-Scale buildings. He also hid some plugs in the photo. Can you find shout outs to Kaiju Addicts, Rich Eso and Skreeonk? Get a quick look at more of John's photos from his own Gallery here on Kaiju Addicts. And get even MORE by visiting his website MyKaijuGodzilla.com!
John Ruffin has been turning out awesome images with his X-Plus collection lately like there's no tomorrow. Here, he created a scene from Godzilla Raids Again with the help of his Toho 30cm Series Godzilla 1955 and Anguirus 1955 vinyls by X-Plus. And just before that, John came up with this piece from King Kong vs. Godzilla. John is seriously one of my top three fan/collector Godzilla artists. Keep them coming, John! Visit John's Gallery here on Kaiju Addicts. Or, better yet, visit his home base at MyKaiju.com!
Artist and X-Plus Collector, John Ruffin is at it again with this re-enactment from a scene in Godzilla vs. Megalon. Did you think it was a still from the movie at first? A testament to John's skills, and X-Plus' realistic sculpts! John has a gallery here on Kaiju Addicts, but check out his home base at My Kaiju Godzilla to see more of his work.
John Ruffin is back at work with two new composites featuring X-Plus vinyl figures. There's a whole gallery of John's work here on Kaiju Addicts, but you should head over to his website My Kaiju Godzilla and check out all of his awesome works. X-PLUS MOTHRA '64 AND GODZILLA '62 IN POSTER COMPOSITE BY JOHN RUFFIN. GMK COMPOSITE WITH X-PLUS GODZILLA 2001 BY JOHN RUFFIN.