Monday, December 18, 2006


After Josh's amazing win in the War the week before.
Zolel the Gluttonous, Eshel the Fire of God and Kieron the Fallen have all moved on to the next rounds.

The SuperMatch
Kevin Myers character Kieron the Fallen has moved into the Super-Match against a very rough competitor Mik Mak. Mik Mak, by superb artist Skaffa, killed his last opponent winning an overwhelming victory. Kieron may have to go back to Hell when this match is over. So give him your votes.

Round 3
Eshel the Fire of God by Kevin Myers battles Kzzt by talented artist, Number26. Kzzt too has been killing the competition. Eshel is gonna have to call on the power of God to defeat this very cool adversary. So help out Eshel and say some prayers and more importantly give him some votes. :)

Round 2
Zolel the Gluttonous By Kevin Myers takes on SAX007 by Saberox. SAX007 is part of the Gimmick Gremlin line. A very interesting battle to watch. Will Zolel be able to beat the uber-Moji, SAX007.

And there it is.

I am wartime reporter, Snap Skirmish, and this has been This Week at War!!!... Get out the vote!

Eshel the Fire of God, Kieron the Fallen, Zolel the Gluttonous© Kevin Myers 2006. All other characters © their respective owners. All Rights Reserved

Tuesday, December 12, 2006


Joshua Janes runs through the competition one battle after another straight to Moji-War Victory for the second time. Congratulations Josh!

In a related note. Demon Head Gremlin, a brutally bad ass Illustration, is heading into retirement. He will be settling down and enjoying his favorite hobby of knitting pot holders in his retirement home he endearingly calls "Hell" or as we know it Oak Harbor, OH.

Again Congratulations Josh! Keep those bad ass Moji-Champs coming.

--universe K

Monday, December 11, 2006

SHAMELESS PLUG OF THE WEEK: fatMAC, Redcell Productions.

We loaded our guns, took aim, and found our target to plug, 23 year old fatMAC of Redcell Productions!

Honestly I don't think I have enough firepower to truly unleash the amount of support and praise that is due this artist from our Gimmick cannons. His stable of characters on Mojizu are jaw dropping to say the least, and I'm not gonna say the least... hell I never do.

FatMAC uses a beautiful digital painting technique to bring to life some seriously menacing sci-fi beasties. One of my all time favorites, not just of the MACs, but of all of Mojizu is the cybernetic monstrosity SlugBot. This transforming slug of death is amazing, with a perfect mixture of beautiful rendering, eye popping details and DAMN!... one mean ass looking face.

Besides showing off a great visual imagination, fatMAC gives us a taste of wonderful story ideas in his moji's bios that could translate into an awesome line of movies, comics or cartoons.

So, if you dig monsters & science fiction or just want to be impressed by some amazing illustrative work, swing by Redcell Productions and check out fatMAC's gallery or his other moji's on his Mojizu profile.

Tell him some friggin' gimmick sent ya.

article by Janes
"if I wasn't writing this, I'd just be boring you with stories about myself."

fatMAC characters © 2006 All Rights Reserved.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

This Week at War!!!

This just in...

The War continues to rage at and their appears to be no end in site. Save for one awesome Gimmick Gremlin, DemonsHead.

The SuperMatch
Joshua Janes has, yet again, created a Super-Moji that seems to be annihilating the competition. Leaving no survivors. This week DemonsHead is taking on Barb IQ Kingbot by Ronchhon, Ronchhon's Moji's have proven to be very difficult competitors in the past. Garnishing many, many votes for his popular Moji's. It's tough match but this reporter thinks that DemonsHead will overcome the Kingbot. Setting up a much deserved walk down Moji-Champ row! Good Luck Yolkum!

Round 3
The Gimmick Gremlin, Gremlin Octopoda by Kevin Myers battles The Opinion by talented artist, Frolix8. The Opinion has moved through his previous matches with ease. This battle sets up to be a very grueling match, with a clear victory not visible until the very last minutes of the war.

Round 2

Kieron the Fallen By Kevin Myers takes on Walomo by Lomp. Walomo is a very strong Moji who is sure to give Kieron a run for his money.

Also, in Round 2 is Gimmick Gremlin, Beagle Puss by newcomer and painter extraordinaire Nathan Janes, a.k.a. PopArf. His Beagle Puss is taking on Madic by Lemonhead. This is going to be a really tough match. Both Moji's are extremely strong. This one could either way.

Round 1
Eshel the Fire of God takes on MooMooz by Ronchhon. Good Luck Eshel, your gonna need it.

And there ya have it.

I am wartime reporter, Snap Skirmish, and this has been This Week at War!!!... Get out the vote!

Demon'sHead© Joshua Janes 2006. Eshel the Fire of God, Kieron the Fallen, Gremlin Octopoda© Kevin Myers 2006. Beagle Puss© Nathan Janes 2006. All Rights Reserved.
All other characters © their respective owners. All Rights Reserved

Sunday, December 03, 2006


That's right, it's time for the Gimmick art blog's shameless plug of the week!

As we, the gimmick boys, make our choice for the artist of the week, we look for just a few things; imagination, style and skill. We want to profile those artists who we consider to be great and talent worthy of a look.

So with that in mind this week's artist Anton Dirkin, better known in the world of Mojizu and internet land as Big Maow. Big Maow joined our Gimmick family on Mojizu with his first gremlin Lenny. But his particapation is not why we are showcasing this talent. We would be showing off his work wether he made a gremlin or not.

And here is why... Big Maow has a definite and distinct style, with beautiful lines and great character design. His line work contains so much energy and motion that the super cool looking characters just jump off the page. There is so much personality and attitude in his pieces that we just couldn't resist showcasing his work.

So head on over to his blog and his Mojizu profile page and drop him a few comments and votes.

article by Myers

Lenny and Lenny2©2006 Anton Dirkin, All Rights Reserved.