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 more...)
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 more...)
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 more...)
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 more...)
Wonder Woman (Kid Stuff)
Kid Stuff Wonder Woman uses Stew’s kit for the body. I don’t recall making any changes to it. I did, however, use a different noggin for the head. I happened to have an old Legend of Zelda figure in the parts box. (I bought it on clearance thinking it might (read more...)
Superman (Kid Stuff)
Kid Stuff Superman uses Stew’s kit. I added some minor details, such as belt loops and boot tops. His cape is an old Kenner Superman cape. I printed and applied the logo via decoupage. The rest is magnets and paint. Thanks, Stew! Created July 2016 (read more...)
Green Lantern John Stewart (Kid Stuff)
Kid Stuff John Stewart uses Stew’s kit. I don’t think I made any changes to it. I simply slapped in some joint magnets and paint, and he was finished! Thanks, Stew! Created July 2016 (read more...)
Batman (Kid Stuff)
Batman (Kid Stuff) Kid Stuff Batman uses Stew’s kit. I added a few sculptural details, such as the belt. I built the cape from epoxy and vinyl. The seam didn’t pan out as smooth as I’d like, but the cape is removable. I printed and cut the bat emblem and (read more...)
Highfather
One day Stew emails me pictures of his Highfather kit. Before that moment, my feelings on owning a Highfather figure were along the lines of “meh, whatevs.” But then he showed me the photos and I didn’t know how I’d lived so long without one. Stew’s simple addition of a (read more...)
Martha Kent
Martha Kent   I’ve always enjoyed the interpretation of the Kents as seen on Superman: the Animated Series. Thus I wanted figures of them on my shelf. I decided it was time to fill that void. I put a lot of thought into how to start building Martha. The problem (read more...)