Where can I purchase Super Sculpey?
Most art and craft stores carry Sculpey products. (read more...)
How do I swap heads on a figure?
Every head on every figure is different. There is no one answer to this question. If you’re lucky, the head and body you are matching up will be compatible, and all you have to do is make the swap. But that’s unlikely. Swivel head joints are tend to be easier. (read more...)
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?
Sorry, but no. I simply don’t have the time or resources to invest in producing more than my share of projects. (read more...)
Can I use spray paint to paint my figures?
Yes and no. Obviously, you’ll want to use spray primers, as explained above. I’ll sometimes apply spray paint to a large area that requires a single color. However, this can be tricky. It often requires masking off other parts of the figure. Also, most spray colors do not come in (read more...)
What is MagicSculpt?
MagicSculpt is yet another two-part sculpting compound, like Plumbers Epoxy. By mixing equal parts of the two dough-like substances, you create a pliable sculpting medium. It takes at least four hours to cure. Cured MagicSculpt is not unlike rock. This is my sculpting medium of choice now. It’s relatively easy (read more...)
How do I swap limbs on a figure?
This is a big question. There’s a different answer for every customizer, and for every figure. As the mechanics of almost every figure is different from another, there is no single method. Lately I’ve switched to using magnets for swivel joints. They’re relatively easy to use, and frankly, they’re fun! (read more...)
I’ve got photos of my own customs. If I send you some images, will you critique them for me?
I’m always happy to offer suggestions and help. I recommend messaging me via the Inanimate Objects Facebook or Instagram pages. Please keep in mind that I live a very busy life, and it may take some time before I can reply. (read more...)
What is Dull Cote?
Dull Cote will become your best friend when you’ve finished a project. It’s a matte sealer produced by Testors. (The company that makes enamel paints for models.) A few sprays of Dull Cote and your figure will have a smooth, even finish. Dull Cote is great for bringing paints of (read more...)
Where can I purchase MagicSculpt?
I’ve only bought the stuff online. I’ve never seen it in a store of any kind. I found the best prices tend to be taxidermy suppliers. Most recently I’ve ordered from McKenzie Taxidermy Supply. (read more...)
How do I find your stuff on eBay?
Just search for seller “Casimir,” but I haven’t sold anything there in years. eBay’s policies are not seller-friendly. (read more...)