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  • Granny Goodness (II)

    This Granny Goodness is an older kit produced by the mighty Stew! I’ve had it for years and just now got around to assembling and painting it. Aside from inserting magnets for the joints and some minor clean-up, it did not require much work. The cape is from a JLU (read on...)

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    Added on November 28, 2020

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    Granny Goodness (II) (November 28, 2020)
    Bouncing Boy (November 28, 2020)
    Steve Trevor (November 28, 2020)
    Doctor Alchemy (November 28, 2020)
    Pied Piper (November 28, 2020)
    Queen Bee (November 28, 2020)
    Spy Smasher (November 28, 2020)
    Wonder Woman (Western) (November 28, 2020)
    Jay (November 9, 2020)
    Raven (November 9, 2020)

  • Bouncing Boy

    Bouncing Boy is an older kit produced by the mighty Stew! I’ve had it for years and just now got around to assembling and painting it. Aside from inserting magnets for the joints and some minor clean-up, it did not require much work. Thanks, Stew! Created November 2020     (read on...)

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    Added on November 28, 2020

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    Granny Goodness (II) (November 28, 2020)
    Bouncing Boy (November 28, 2020)
    Steve Trevor (November 28, 2020)
    Doctor Alchemy (November 28, 2020)
    Pied Piper (November 28, 2020)
    Queen Bee (November 28, 2020)
    Spy Smasher (November 28, 2020)
    Wonder Woman (Western) (November 28, 2020)
    Jay (November 9, 2020)
    Raven (November 9, 2020)

  • Steve Trevor

    Steve Trevor is an older kit produced by the mighty Stew! I’ve had it for years and just now got around to assembling and painting it. Aside from inserting magnets for the joints and some minor clean-up, it did not require much work. Thanks, Stew! Created November 2020     (read on...)

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    Added on November 28, 2020

    LATEST UPDATES

    Granny Goodness (II) (November 28, 2020)
    Bouncing Boy (November 28, 2020)
    Steve Trevor (November 28, 2020)
    Doctor Alchemy (November 28, 2020)
    Pied Piper (November 28, 2020)
    Queen Bee (November 28, 2020)
    Spy Smasher (November 28, 2020)
    Wonder Woman (Western) (November 28, 2020)
    Jay (November 9, 2020)
    Raven (November 9, 2020)

  • Doctor Alchemy

    Several years ago I was at a point in life where time was in short supply. My mental health required that I continue making customs, but I didn’t have much time for it. I found a viable solution in 37 Custom Toys! I asked 37C if he would be willing (read on...)

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    Added on November 28, 2020

    LATEST UPDATES

    Granny Goodness (II) (November 28, 2020)
    Bouncing Boy (November 28, 2020)
    Steve Trevor (November 28, 2020)
    Doctor Alchemy (November 28, 2020)
    Pied Piper (November 28, 2020)
    Queen Bee (November 28, 2020)
    Spy Smasher (November 28, 2020)
    Wonder Woman (Western) (November 28, 2020)
    Jay (November 9, 2020)
    Raven (November 9, 2020)

  • Pied Piper

    Several years ago I was at a point in life where time was in short supply. My mental health required that I continue making customs, but I didn’t have much time for it. I found a viable solution in 37 Custom Toys! I asked 37C if he would be willing (read on...)

    Difficulty:

    Added on November 28, 2020

    LATEST UPDATES

    Granny Goodness (II) (November 28, 2020)
    Bouncing Boy (November 28, 2020)
    Steve Trevor (November 28, 2020)
    Doctor Alchemy (November 28, 2020)
    Pied Piper (November 28, 2020)
    Queen Bee (November 28, 2020)
    Spy Smasher (November 28, 2020)
    Wonder Woman (Western) (November 28, 2020)
    Jay (November 9, 2020)
    Raven (November 9, 2020)

  • Queen Bee

    Several years ago I was at a point in life where time was in short supply. My mental health required that I continue making customs, but I didn’t have much time for it. I found a viable solution in 37 Custom Toys! I asked 37C if he would be willing (read on...)

    Difficulty:

    Added on November 28, 2020

    LATEST UPDATES

    Granny Goodness (II) (November 28, 2020)
    Bouncing Boy (November 28, 2020)
    Steve Trevor (November 28, 2020)
    Doctor Alchemy (November 28, 2020)
    Pied Piper (November 28, 2020)
    Queen Bee (November 28, 2020)
    Spy Smasher (November 28, 2020)
    Wonder Woman (Western) (November 28, 2020)
    Jay (November 9, 2020)
    Raven (November 9, 2020)

  • Spy Smasher

    Several years ago I was at a point in life where time was in short supply. My mental health required that I continue making customs, but I didn’t have much time for it. I found a viable solution in 37 Custom Toys! I asked 37C if he would be willing (read on...)

    Difficulty:

    Added on November 28, 2020

    LATEST UPDATES

    Granny Goodness (II) (November 28, 2020)
    Bouncing Boy (November 28, 2020)
    Steve Trevor (November 28, 2020)
    Doctor Alchemy (November 28, 2020)
    Pied Piper (November 28, 2020)
    Queen Bee (November 28, 2020)
    Spy Smasher (November 28, 2020)
    Wonder Woman (Western) (November 28, 2020)
    Jay (November 9, 2020)
    Raven (November 9, 2020)

  • Wonder Woman (Western)

    Back in the day, GeekVariety cranked out some great kits. I always appreciated how he pushed his own limits, improving with every round, and cooking up some characters and designs we didn’t often see. This Wonder Woman (in her western garb from “The Once and Future Thing part 1”) is (read on...)

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    Added on November 28, 2020

    LATEST UPDATES

    Granny Goodness (II) (November 28, 2020)
    Bouncing Boy (November 28, 2020)
    Steve Trevor (November 28, 2020)
    Doctor Alchemy (November 28, 2020)
    Pied Piper (November 28, 2020)
    Queen Bee (November 28, 2020)
    Spy Smasher (November 28, 2020)
    Wonder Woman (Western) (November 28, 2020)
    Jay (November 9, 2020)
    Raven (November 9, 2020)

  • Jay

    Jay, Raven, and Lark are Penguin’s henchgals. They act as muscle and wait staff. I wonder if they have a 401K plan? Each of these gals share the same base of a Justice League Hawkgirl. The wings were removed (and the holes filled). The legs come from Zatanna. The cuffs (read on...)

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    Added on November 9, 2020

    LATEST UPDATES

    Granny Goodness (II) (November 28, 2020)
    Bouncing Boy (November 28, 2020)
    Steve Trevor (November 28, 2020)
    Doctor Alchemy (November 28, 2020)
    Pied Piper (November 28, 2020)
    Queen Bee (November 28, 2020)
    Spy Smasher (November 28, 2020)
    Wonder Woman (Western) (November 28, 2020)
    Jay (November 9, 2020)
    Raven (November 9, 2020)

  • Raven

    Jay, Raven, and Lark are Penguin’s henchgals. They act as muscle and wait staff. I wonder if they have a 401K plan? Each of these gals share the same base of a Justice League Hawkgirl. The wings were removed (and the holes filled). The legs come from Zatanna. The cuffs (read on...)

    Difficulty:

    Added on November 9, 2020

    LATEST UPDATES

    Granny Goodness (II) (November 28, 2020)
    Bouncing Boy (November 28, 2020)
    Steve Trevor (November 28, 2020)
    Doctor Alchemy (November 28, 2020)
    Pied Piper (November 28, 2020)
    Queen Bee (November 28, 2020)
    Spy Smasher (November 28, 2020)
    Wonder Woman (Western) (November 28, 2020)
    Jay (November 9, 2020)
    Raven (November 9, 2020)

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Q: I know you don’t normally sell your figures, but my favorite relative is getting married soon. Will you make me a set of wedding figures for the cake?

A: Sorry, but no. I simply don’t have the time or resources to invest in producing more than my share of projects. (read on...)

 

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Site Update: June 3, 2018 Who Ya Gonna Call?

The Ghostbusters are hiring! And Inanimate Objects got the job! Well, sort of. I expanded the population of the shelf, at any rate. New stuff: Marshmallow Ghostbusters Dana Barrett Harley Quinn Ghostbuster Janine Melnitz (Ghostbusters 2) Dr. Peter Venkman Enjoy! Casimir June 2018 (read on...)

 

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Who is Casimir? Cason Pilliod’s background lies in theatrical and film design. He received his Bachelors in theatre design from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. While there, he interned on the set of “Sesame Street” in New York, where he constructed props for puppets, prepared puppets for the camera, and generally assisted the puppeteers. Further design work includes props and sets for Austin area children’s theatres (“Outlaw Puss in Cowboy Boots,” “Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing”), as well as local film productions (“Home Fries”). Cason has also appeared in numerous films and commercials as a Swing dancer, and co-founded the (now defunct) Swing dance troupe Hop Up. Following a position at Microsoft in Dallas and a stint in real estate, Cason now works for a national advertising agency as a production artist.

What’s with all the toys? Casimir has been collecting and making toys since he was just knee-high. Even as an adult he still has his vintage Star Wars and Sesame Street collections. Being a creative individual, expanding and adding to the collections with his own works was never a difficulty. The customs on this site are the result of a love of the hobby and toys in general.

Where else can I see Casimir’s work? Over the years, Casimir’s customs have appeared in numerous print publications, including multiple issues of Lee’s Action Figure News and Tomart’s Action Figure Digest (winner 2005 Figure Design Contest). For those in the Dallas area, he can sometimes be found visiting Zeus Toys and Comics, where his custom toys have been known to go on display from time to time. To read interviews with Casimir, please see the Secrets Revealed page. He’s also a contributor to AFHub. And visit Inanimate Object’s sister site Animated DC Universe Comics. You can also find his work on Facebook, Instagram, and Deviantart.

Can I purchase or commission a custom? Casimir rarely accepts commissions, and usually only those of “real” people, such as as wedding cake toppers. You’re welcome to ask, but don’t be disappointed if the answer is “no.” (And here’s why.)

How do I contact Casimir? Your comments, questions and criticisms are always welcome. If you have a question about making customs, be sure to visit the Secrets Revealed section. Many questions about how to make your own figures are answered there. For all other inquiries, praise or criticism, please feel free to email at casimir@pilliod.net. And Inanimate Objects is now on Facebook! And Instagram, too!