Release Date: May 24, 2021
Nebula cuddling his corgi cloud. What could be more precious than that?
Size: 5 inches
Backstamp: Raised Robot Dragon Studios Logo & 2021
Type: Hard Enamel & Soft Enamel
Metals: Copper, Gold, Antique Gold, Anodized & Black Nickel
Origin: Made in Suzhou, Jiangsu (China)
The original artwork designed & copyrighted by Alesia Gitter. Variants were all winning coloring contest submissions.
May 2021 Releases
Original (Alesia Gitter) - Numbered Limited Edition Hard Enamel 30
Gray (Rawren) - Numbered Limited Edition Hard Enamel 30
Teal (Lauren Harbaugh) - Numbered Limited Edition Hard Enamel 30
White (Chelsea Yang) - Numbered Limited Edition Hard Enamel 50
Rainbow (Chelsea Yang) - Numbered Limited Edition Soft Enamel 80
Murder (Jorge Ayala Jr) - Numbered Limited Edition Hard Enamel 30
Twilight (Gerly Burguillos) - Numbered Limited Edition Hard Enamel 30
Mystery (Mike Swanson) - Numbered Gift Variant Hard Enamel 20
Winners received a free enamel pin with their winning colors.
What does Preorder mean?
Preorder means that a limited number of early pins are reserved at a lower price in order to help push the design into production. These pins will not arrive immediately and will ship once they are in stock to people who preordered first. The estimated ship date will be listed as the release date. Any remaining pins will be listed accordingly and the release date will be adjusted to reflect the exact date the pins were released on. All preorder pins will be Standard grade. Colors are subject to change from the preorder image.
What does Standard grade mean?
Enamel pins are handmade, so there is a high chance of imperfections. Faults may include:
- tiny air bubbles trapped in the enamel
- minor enamel underfill
- minor metal plating imperfections or scratches
- small nicks on the enamel or metal plating
- imperfections around the sides or back
What does Bag grade mean?
These are pins with flaws that are more obvious. Faults may include:
- small areas of missing enamel
- moderately scratched or nicked enamel or metal
- small gouges in the enamel or metal
- multiple imperfections
- incorrect glitter
- missing plating or flaking plating
- major screenprinting issues