Resin Cast Artisan Keycaps by Coz
Blanks are a favourite of mine. The purest form of Artisan Keycap. The simple profile, literally taken off of a plain keycap, is the perfect canvas for resin, be it splatter, multi shot, metallic, or thermochromatic, I love making these caps.
The No Esc was my first sculpt. Now in Version 2.5, the refined iteration is a joy to cast, different layers give me different areas for multi shots, definitely a cap I love to make. The original Coz Cap and one that will hopefully be made for years to come.
One of the simplest Coz Caps, but sometimes simplicity is key, criticized for its impractical shape, this is partly why I love it, towering over your keys (unless you use SA) the jagged top sits proudly on a keyboard.
Inspired by The Evil Dead, named by Otesnek, the first really detailed sculpt I made. The V2 pictured above took ages to sculpt and months of minor changes to get it to where I am happy with it.
The Growler, the terror of the seven seas, but he loves a scratch behind the ear. This little fella was retired in 2017. Maybe one day he'll take to the seas once again, transformed.
In Early 2018 we got a puppy called Leeloo, watching her sleep on her paws I was inspired to make a keycap in tribute of the little terror. Here it is, the puppy companion for your keyboard, Keyloo.
This little fella was created late 2018. One of my first ever sculpts the BigMouth has always held a special place in my heart, but the original was very simple and was nothing like I had hoped. So with this fella I revisited the idea and created the cap I’d always wanted. This little fatty noms the cap infront of him as you depress the switch he’s on. Om Nom Nom Nom.
The Lil’ Boss is a culmination of elements from all my favourite sculpts. The Patch from the Growler, the shape of the RoBear, and the cigar from Steve. Rally love how this angry little guy turned out. The Apocalypse has never been so colourful, or furry.