Magpie
I’ve wanted to make this version of Magpie since I first saw her appear in “Beware the Batman.” Her design might as well be right out of the Timmverse! It only took me seven years to get around to it. I may be slow, but I get there eventually. Magpie’s (read more...)
Lady Shiva
When I started thinking about making some “Beware the Batman” characters, I hadn’t considered Lady Shiva. And then I realized how much she already looked like the animated DC Direct Wonder Woman figure. It was like a direct invitation. How could I refuse? I started by dremeling off most of (read more...)
Katana
I decided to make a “Beware the Batman” Katana because I thought she might be relatively easy. And mostly, she was. The head is where I got into trouble. The body is a 6″ TNBA Catwoman. I chose this base so the joints would be black, and reduce the risk (read more...)
Anarky
The character of Anarky was introduced via Batman comics in the late 80s. (He was also one of my first customs. The less said about that the better.) He’s been through several iterations since then. Reimagining him as an equal foil against the Dark Knight in “Beware the Batman” was (read more...)
Vicky Victory
If you’re reading this site, then you already know I’m a big fan of Bruce Timm’s artistic style. I am fortunate to have some prints of his work. One such print features three female analogs to the WWII era “Invaders,” consisting of Captain America, Namor, and the original Human Torch. (read more...)
Neptuna the She-Serpent
If you’re reading this site, then you already know I’m a big fan of Bruce Timm’s artistic style. I am fortunate to have some prints of his work. One such print features three female analogs to the WWII era “Invaders,” consisting of Captain America, Namor, and the original Human Torch. (read more...)
Devil Doll
If you’re reading this site, then you already know I’m a big fan of Bruce Timm’s artistic style. I am fortunate to have some prints of his work. One such print features three female analogs to the WWII era “Invaders,” consisting of Captain America, Namor, and the original Human Torch. (read more...)
Harleen Quinzel (Skates)
Sometimes, you have to go for the low-hanging fruit. DC Collectibles gave us a Harley “expressions” pack with an unmasked head and roller skates. Of course I’m going to make the whole figure! (Even though I already did in the old scale, and I’m not supposed to duplicate. That rule (read more...)
Baby Doll (BTAS)
Zelu1984 continues to be one of the most inspiring animated style customizers I’ve known. I see his stuff, and I only wish I had time to copy more of his work! That’s what this BTAS Baby Doll is: a copy of his Zelu1984’s excellent work! He cracked the recipe; I (read more...)
Harleen Quinzel (Doctor)
When I started building customs for the 6” animated line, I told myself I did not want to revisit characters I had already made in the previous smaller scale. (Aside from some unmasked heads, and such.) But I knew that rule couldn’t last forever, especially as the line is winding (read more...)