The forum moderators at CBCS are power hungry immature kids.

A forum moderator at CBCS (Comic Book Certification Service) public discussion forums named The_Watcher suspended my forum account for 3 days because he didn’t like my reply to him.

I read and occasionally post on the CBCS discussion forums to make friends and learn from like minded individuals.  Several times I have been attacked and emailed outside of the forums by other CBCS forum members.  (Members from CGC forums who post at CBCS.)  There have been members from a competitor company, CGC, at their forums who cause constant trouble at the CBCS forums.  I do not have an account at CGC nor do I care to.  However, today I posted a reply along the lines of “hype train” on a rare comic book that no one seems to know existed.  It was a second printing of Batman #457 comic book that allegedly were less than 11 copies known to exist.  I would tell you exactly what was said, but it seems The_Watcher has already locked, edited, then deleted my posts and cleaned up the thread entirely before unlocking the discussion for public viewing/posting again.

 

Observe:

A forum moderator at CBCS (Comic Book Certification Service) public discussion forums named The_Watcher banned my forum account for 3 days because he didn't like my reply to him. Real mature.

A forum moderator at CBCS (Comic Book Certification Service) public discussion forums named The_Watcher banned my forum account for 3 days because he didn’t like my reply to him. Real mature.

TMNT Warrior Rahzar with Fur MINT ON CARD (MOC)

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR featuring Glow-In-The-Dark Armor Mint on Card MOC Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

The item before you is the end result of combining a 1991 Rahzar MOC movie star Rahzar figure with an unpainted red nose and unpainted eyes – and the other donor,  an original 1995 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles “Rahzar” Re-Release Mint on Card Action Figure.  I used the 1991 as the base figure with accessories, and the 1995 figure was used for its card backer and packaging.  This prototype test shot figure was exclusively custom made by KaptainMyke (Michael Frederik Sorensen). This is the only Warrior Rahzar with Fur known to be Mint on Card, and with glow-in-the-dark armor, and with glow in the dark accessories. The glow action is really bright when in direct sunlight for 10 minutes. The figure will glow for over 12 hours. I’ve been told the glow paint is not radioactive.

This figure took several weeks to build.  The unpainted MOC red nosed figure was completely repainted from scratch.  Glow in the Dark crystals mixed in clear coat were lightly painted with 1 coat each day for several weeks.  The shoulder pads, thigh pads and gauntlets were all painted black to match the mysterious Playmates Toy catalog photo.  The armor rings were painted from bronze to bright school bus yellow before painting the glow crystals.  The eyes and teeth were included in the glow in the dark paint, something never attempted before.  This toy initially was not intended at all to glow in the dark.

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

Sticker art and packaging with WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Sticker art and packaging with WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Accessories of WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Accessories of WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

An original 1995 Rahzar Mint on Card, this prototype test shot figure was exclusively custom made by KaptainMyke Figures. This is the only Warrior Rahzar known to be Mint on Card, and with glow-in the dark armor, and glow in the dark accessories. The glow action is really bright when in direct sunlight for 10 minutes. The figure will glow for over 12 hours. I've been told the glow paint is not radioactive.

An original 1995 Rahzar Mint on Card, this prototype test shot figure was exclusively custom made by KaptainMyke Figures. This is the only Warrior Rahzar known to be Mint on Card, and with glow-in the dark armor, and glow in the dark accessories. The glow action is really bright when in direct sunlight for 10 minutes. The figure will glow for over 12 hours. I’ve been told the glow paint is not radioactive.

An original 1995 Rahzar Mint on Card, this prototype test shot figure was exclusively custom made by KaptainMyke Figures. This is the only Warrior Rahzar known to be Mint on Card, and with glow-in the dark armor, and glow in the dark accessories. The glow action is really bright when in direct sunlight for 10 minutes. The figure will glow for over 12 hours. I've been told the glow paint is not radioactive.

An original 1995 Rahzar Mint on Card, this prototype test shot figure was exclusively custom made by KaptainMyke Figures. This is the only Warrior Rahzar known to be Mint on Card, and with glow-in the dark armor, and glow in the dark accessories. The glow action is really bright when in direct sunlight for 10 minutes. The figure will glow for over 12 hours. I’ve been told the glow paint is not radioactive.

Front of WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Front of WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Back of WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Back of WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR The Hairy Hero Stompin' Wolf! Mint on Card (MOC) Prototype Test Shot for Production KaptainMyke Figures ©2017 Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR
The Hairy Hero Stompin’ Wolf!
Mint on Card (MOC)
Prototype Test Shot for Production
KaptainMyke Figures ©2017
Mirage Studios ©1995
Playmates Toys ©1988-1995
No. 5205
UPC 043377-05205-0

This figure is very rare and very elusive.  Many have tried to produce this figure but not to this scale and magnitude featuring glow paint and existing mint on a card.  Included are glow in the dark accessories which give the overall feel of radioactive ooze dripping on Rahzar’s armor and his weapons.  This action figure is totally and completely “one-of-a-kind” and remains incomparable.

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR Glow-In-The-Dark Armor, Mint on Card Prototype by KaptainMyke ©2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirage Studios ©1995 Playmates Toys ©1988-1995 No. 5205 UPC 043377-05205-0

 Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

 Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

 Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

 Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

 Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

 Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

 Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

Test Shot Photos of Prototype WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR

Glow in the Dark action for WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Glow in the Dark action for WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Glow in the Dark action for WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Glow in the Dark action for WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Glow in the Dark action for WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Glow in the Dark action for WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Glow in the Dark action for WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Glow in the Dark action for WARRIOR RAHZAR WITH FUR MOC

Read my post here in my ninja turtle collection!

KaptainMyke’s “KRANG’S GROSS DIMENSION X BODY” [PROGRESS] UPDATE

Check out KaptainMyke’s latest project – it’s  a big one!  It’s my very first custom action figure I’ve ever attempted to build.  I took a little bit of what I researched online and a little bit of what seems to make sense to me and cobbled together this insane idea in my head. For the sake of being the first in the world to attempt to build such an interesting figure, I will be unveiling progression photos and production notes.   I would like to simply call this figure “2017 Krang’s Original Alien Body”.

Let’s start with some background information, shall we?

1990 Krang's Gross Dimension X Body Concept Sketch by Dan Berger and Stephen Murphy of Mirage Studios.

1990 Krang’s Gross Dimension X Body Concept Sketch by Dan Berger and Stephen Murphy of Mirage Studios.

First of all, Krang’s Gross Dimension X Body is a failed concept drawing sketch from 1990 (by Dan Berger and Steven Murphy from Mirage Studios) of a toy presented to Playmates Toys for consideration of a new action figure.  The design and idea was scrapped and never to be seen or heard from again.  I am here presently trying to change that, in 2017.  I will be attempting to build the first prototype test shot real life example of this figure drawing.  It will not be easy, and will require countless hours of patience, time, and thoughtful engineering.

So let’s start with some drawings and show you where my Krang heads are gonna be screwed onto.  My initial idea in my head is to feature 3 removable heads:  A hand sculpted “Gross Head”, a “Broken Space Helmet Head”, and a glowing radioactive version of the standard classic pink “Krang Brain Head”.  See concept drawings:

Figure 1. The Gross Head 2017 Copyright KaptainMyke Figures Krang's Gross Dimension X Concept Drawing of "Gross Head" by Michael Frederik Sorensen (KaptainMyke). 1990 Copyright Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Mirage Studios are trademarks to their respective owners.

Figure 1.
The Gross Head
2017 Copyright KaptainMyke Figures
Krang’s Gross Dimension X Concept Drawing of “Gross Head” by Michael Frederik Sorensen (KaptainMyke).
1990 Copyright Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Mirage Studios are trademarks to their respective owners.

Figure 3. Original concept of box packaging art and layouts scribbled on the back of a sheet of scrap paper by me. 2017 Copyright KaptainMyke Figures Krang's Gross Dimension X Concept Drawing of "Gross Head" by Michael Frederik Sorensen (KaptainMyke). 1990 Copyright Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Mirage Studios are trademarks to their respective owners.

Figure 3.
Original concept of box packaging art and layouts scribbled on the back of a sheet of scrap paper by me.
2017 Copyright KaptainMyke Figures
Krang’s Gross Dimension X Concept Drawing of “Gross Head” by Michael Frederik Sorensen (KaptainMyke).
1990 Copyright Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Mirage Studios are trademarks to their respective owners.

Figure 2. Original concept production notes scribbled on the back of an ebay invoice by me 2017 Copyright KaptainMyke Figures Krang's Gross Dimension X Concept Drawing of "Gross Head" by Michael Frederik Sorensen (KaptainMyke). 1990 Copyright Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Mirage Studios are trademarks to their respective owners.

Figure 2.
Original concept production notes scribbled on the back of an ebay invoice by me
2017 Copyright KaptainMyke Figures
Krang’s Gross Dimension X Concept Drawing of “Gross Head” by Michael Frederik Sorensen (KaptainMyke).
1990 Copyright Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Mirage Studios are trademarks to their respective owners.

So I figured, “What’s the best way to start?” I need a KRANG! Here we go:

I purchased a 1991 loose Krang's Giant 11" Android Body with Krang Brain and Bubble Walker.

I purchased a 1991 loose Krang’s Giant 11″ Android Body with Krang Brain and Bubble Walker.

Hmmm. “That’s not right. He looks fat!” I can fix this!

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body I have started hash marks with sharpie on what I need to grind off with a dremel tool.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body
I have started hash marks with sharpie on what I need to grind off with a dremel tool.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body I have started hash marks with sharpie on what I need to grind off with a dremel tool.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body
I have started hash marks with sharpie on what I need to grind off with a dremel tool.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body I have started hash marks with sharpie on what I need to grind off with a dremel tool.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body
I have started hash marks with sharpie on what I need to grind off with a dremel tool.

The next process is simple. I figured I needed a foundation or base for a core 4″ screw and bolt setup as a spine and plug for the removable heads. I also begin adding armature wire for sculpting the arms and hands by hand with clay. Very tedious process, but simple enough. I used Krazy Glue to glue the armature wire and drilled contact points for the wire. This will hopefully prevent cracking and make the arms resilient to twisting and turning at the shoulders.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

After getting the arms and overall pose where I wanted it, I still considered the figure to be too bulky for all that clay I’m going to add on top of him – so off to the dremel tool we go!

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body (with armature wire) Starting to build the inner mass of the arms connecting to the 4 fingered hands.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body (with armature wire) Starting to build the inner mass of the arms connecting to the 4 fingered hands.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body (with armature wire) shaved off most of the extra bulk and body ciruitry that was there before...

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body (with armature wire) shaved off most of the extra bulk and body ciruitry that was there before…

 Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body (with armature wire) The read will feature a broken off reptillian tail and scales traveling down the spine and legs.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body (with armature wire) The read will feature a broken off reptillian tail and scales traveling down the spine and legs.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body (with armature wire) Starting to build the inner mass of the arms connecting to the 4 fingered hands.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body (with armature wire) Starting to build the inner mass of the arms connecting to the 4 fingered hands.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body (with armature wire) Starting to build the inner mass of the arms connecting to the 4 fingered hands.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body (with armature wire) Starting to build the inner mass of the arms connecting to the 4 fingered hands.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body (with armature wire) shaved off most of the extra bulk and body ciruitry that was there before...

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body (with armature wire) shaved off most of the extra bulk and body ciruitry that was there before…

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the spinal core.

I began added a very thin layer of clay in order to get a base for the bulk and mass that will become his arms and legs.  As you can see in the concept sketch, there is a lot of veins and bones from within a lot of muscle tissue mass.  So I figured, “I should start thin so I have plenty of surface area to work with later”

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the arms with a thin layer of terra cotta air dry clay.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the arms with a thin layer of terra cotta air dry clay.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the 3 toe feet with oversized heal and bone structure.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the 3 toe feet with oversized heal and bone structure.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the 4 inch bolt and screw washer spinal core inside the torso. I haven't decided what I will use as mass for the stomach region yet. I tried styrofoam at first but it expands and the clay shrinks when dried so there was definite cracking. I decided to scrap that idea.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the 4 inch bolt and screw washer spinal core inside the torso. I haven’t decided what I will use as mass for the stomach region yet. I tried styrofoam at first but it expands and the clay shrinks when dried so there was definite cracking. I decided to scrap that idea.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the arms with a thin layer of terra cotta air dry clay.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the arms with a thin layer of terra cotta air dry clay.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the arms with a thin layer of terra cotta air dry clay.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the arms with a thin layer of terra cotta air dry clay.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the 3 toe feet with oversized heal and bone structure.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the 3 toe feet with oversized heel and bone structure.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the broken off tailbone and reptilian lizard tail.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the broken off tailbone and reptilian lizard tail.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the broken off tailbone and reptilian lizard tail.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the broken off tailbone and reptilian lizard tail.

Original 1991 Krang's Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the arms with a thin layer of terra cotta air dry clay.

Original 1991 Krang’s Giant Android Body with armature wire and beginning stages of building the arms with a thin layer of terra cotta air dry clay.

Eventually, the 14″ tall figure will be greenish with brown and grey overtones. He’s a lizard reptilian alien race. Only the brain is pink and squishy. I’m going completely by references of Krang creator David Wise who has stated via interviews, podcasts, blog posts, and forum posts consistently that Krang is not an Utrom and was once a reptilian who was stripped of his body on Dimension X.

This goes deep into the rabbit hole of things that never was but should have been. There are hints via various cartoon iterations that Krang is not what we all think he is or comes from where most think he came from. That’s another thing I love about the genius of this design and version of Krang. Conversely, the KRAANG we all know currently in the comics and cartoon is of an entire alien race from Dimension X. The older cartoons (2003) have shown in the past, Krang had cloned out into several bodies they are started walking upright and had tails like lizards. They looked like lizard people!

To be continued…

Well, that was the first 2 weeks. I’ll post more regarding sculpting of the heads and more!

UPDATE: Website server has been down, was running off November backup…FIXED

The website www.kaptainmyke.com has been down for a little over a week and might still have downtime the remainder of this week.  The hosting team claims a hardware failure has caused several issues, including no access to the control panel.  This comes at a very inconvenient time because I’ve been ready to unveil a top secret project that has been going on for weeks now since late December.

More updates coming soon!

It appears the server has restored functionality.  I will resume operations on the site and continue to restore items that were either sold or updated prior to the hardware failure.  I appreciate your patience and understanding!

 

-Myke