Harley Quinn (Mini BTAS)
Back in the 90s I was really good at painting 25mm miniatures. I haven’t done so in years, but Knight Models new line of 35mm animated DC stuff drew me back in. The jury is still out if I’ll try more, but these few were fun. The best part is (read more...)
Harley Quinn (BTAS)
Harley just needed some work around her eyes. Mainly, her eyelids needed to be painted the proper white. I also enhanced the her eyeballs, too. (Inspired by the work of TR Creations.) Created May 2016 (read more...)
Harleen Quinzel (Casual)
This Harley is a result of another fantastic collaboration with Zelu1984. Around the time I worked up Ivy’s kitchen playset, he and I agreed to each make a Harley and Ivy to populate it, as seen in the episode “Harley and Ivy.” As he’s the BTAS Poison Ivy expert, he (read more...)
Harley Quinn (Popgun)
You already know that GeekVariety Customs makes some fantastic character kits, but he also makes some great accessories. It’s these little details he adds that can really enhance a figure. GeekVariety seemingly read my mind and made a decent, in-scale popgun for Harley. The hand and gun are one piece, (read more...)
Harley Quinn (Roller Derby)
A little paint does wonders for a gal’s complexion! I am definitely in the “anti-New 52” camp, and Harley’s a big reason for that. I don’t care much for the direction DC has taken the character. Or rather, I don’t much care for the many directions, as DC can’t seem (read more...)
Harley Quinn (2015)
This little beauty was sculpted and cast by Vance T. of Bad Faerie Productions. He does some amazing work, and I hope to add more of his pieces to my shelf someday. (Hello, nurse!) Around the time I obtained this kit from Vance, I discovered the work of John Ficchi. (read more...)
Egon Spengler (Courtroom)
When the Mattel Ghostbusters line ended, they left a small hole in the collection. “Courtroom” Peter and ray were made, but not Egon. I meant to take matters into my own hands for some time, but I waited until I found a deal on the parts. I simple placed the (read more...)
Alfred Pennyworth (1966)
I don’t pretend that this looks anything like the late, great Alan Napier, but my ’66 Bats needed an Alfred, and so this will have to do. I chose the Mattel suited body as a base, as it’s tall and skinny, much like Mr. Napier. For the head I chose (read more...)
Harley Quinn (Assault on Arkham)
As a card-carrying DC fan, I am required to watch all of the direct-to-disc animated movies produced. Sadly, most of them are junk. (There are only a handful I’ve enjoyed, most I tolerate, and some are downright bad.) One of the surprising gems for me was “Assault on Arkham.” Given (read more...)
Harley Quinn (Hollywood)
In the “Harley and Ivy” comic mini-series. The gals head west when they hear a film is being made about them. Harley initially takes the place of the director, and then she plays herself. This is the costume of “Harley” as she appeared on set. As much as the original (read more...)