Play With This Too Contracts Christopher Dahlberg of Berger Inc. To Produce Their Digital Sculpts

Play With This Too, a group made from toy industry experts have sought out and contracted famed designer Christopher Dahlberg owner of Berger Inc. to produce the digital sculpts for their action figure line.

Christopher Dahlberg has been a staple of the collectible toy industry for nearly 20 years as both a sculptor and designer. A co-founder and former co-owner of the well-known group the Four Horsemen, Christopher has worked with Mattel developing toys for 14 years.

Having sculpted and designed for various brands including DC, Masters of the Universe and the Movie Masters lines. During the mid to late 90s, Christopher was a lead sculptor for McFarlane Toys and was fortunate enough to work on such brands as KISS, Movie Maniacs, the X-Files and of course Spawn.

Christopher will be taking the lead sculpting figures prior to Play With This Too’s crowd funding campaign launching in February of 2015. Once funded, Christopher and his team will work in tangent to complete all the necessary renders. The first samples of Christopher’s work will be available for public viewing and review in January.
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In addition to Berger Inc., German native Peer Brauner will also assist in providing digital sculpts for Play With This Too. Peer will be sculpting the Tech Drones and weapons for the Play With This Too line of action figures. Peer done professional graphics design work for Bosch, Blackberry, BMW,

Porsche, VW, TeleKom Varta, Philips, Sony Ericson and the list goes on! Peer has also had a hand doing pre-visualization design for some of the biggest shopping malls in Europe and Saudi Arabia including the Centro Oberhausen, the Marokko Mall and the Festival Center Dubai. Peer’s work with animation includes a Furby project for Hasbro.

By Nick Lenihan

Nick is toy fan, geek, and action figure collector. When not geeking out about action figures and keeping up with the latest Toy News, he likes to pretend to play guitar. He's just another one of those pop culture fanatics that likes to share his passion with the world.

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