Lara & Michael
I knew when Michael tasked me with making wedding figures, I’d be facing a challenge. No way would the unique style of this couple allow for a boring wedding color scheme! And I was right. Michael was the easier of the two. I used a Mattel Two-Face as a base (read more...)
The Gamer
It was only a matter of time before the Son of Casimir asked for his own custom figure. Ask and ye shall receive! I used a Ben 10 as the base, the usual starting point for kids at this scale and style. It’s mostly just paint with some Minecraft details (read more...)
Officer Pratt
I don’t take commissions often, but for special people I will make exceptions. My pal Barbara asked me to make a special Christmas present for her significant other, Officer Mike Pratt. Working in secret for almost a year, we did just that. It was fun to work on a genuine (read more...)
Violist
Sometimes, you really have to go out of your way to impress a girl. Here at Inanimate Objects, that can be a long way out there, but it’s usually worth the effort. What you see here is another “real person” custom, this time of a professional musician in her concert (read more...)
Tonia & Cason
Boy meets girl. Boy makes custom figure of girl. Next thing boy knows, he’s getting married and making more custom figures of girl. The amazing finally happened. Cason and Tonia got hitched. To commemorate this astounding event, I knew no one but myself could make the figures for the cake. (read more...)
Richard & Chris
I was honored to be asked to create the cake topper figures of my friends Richard and Chris for their wedding last September. It was a delightful service on a gorgeous day at Fair Park in Dallas. One of the most pleasant weddings I’ve attended. Both figures are based on (read more...)
Richard (Zeus Comics)
Anyone who collects comics or toys in the Dallas area knows about Zeus Comics and Toys. I’ve been to comic shops around the globe, and Zeus is unlike any other. It’s clean, well lit, and generally has an upscale feel to it lacking in most other shops. Most importantly, the (read more...)
Linda & Joe
Another pair of wedding figures join the ranks! This time it’s of friends Linda and Joe. Joe is obviously made from a Mattel JL Luthor figure, with some Kneadatite hair and a few paint changes. Linda’s skirt is Super Sculpey over aluminum foil, while the train is left over from (read more...)
Kevin Conroy (II)
Some time ago I crafted a custom action figure of the multi-talented Kevin Conroy, and presented it to him as a gift. You can read all about that tale here. This is the sequel. About three months ago Mr. Conroy contacted me and asked if I could produce additional copies (read more...)
Kevin Conroy (I)
In May of 2012, Kevin Conroy was scheduled to make an appearance at a local show here in Dallas. I was not planning on attending the show, until a friend talked me into making a custom of Kevin Conroy (THE voice of Batman, as far as many of us are (read more...)