I can’t believe it has already been one year since I started this site! What started with a few customizing tips every week has grown to include videos, tutorials, guest posts, downloadable goodies, and...
Today’s update will be a quick one, as I am hard at work on my Gruesome Ghosts Decal Kit. I have been revealing a new ghost each day on my Facebook page. I will...
Earlier this Spring, I received a commission order for two Mr. Monster minimates, a monster-fighting hero created by Michael Gilbert. The order was very specific that these two minimates had to be identical. This...
In case you haven’t noticed, site updates have been coming weekly now instead of bi-weekly. Now that I have two kids under three years old, my free time seems to slip away quickly. I expect it to stay weekly for at least the next few months. This means that some posts will cover multiple topics, like this one.
And speaking of decals, I updated my gallery with some of my recent Dr. Who decals, including the menacing Cyberman at the top of this post! I have other Dr. Who customs in the works as we speak, and I will update the decal gallery with new decals as they are finished.
Finally, CustomCon 22 is now live! There have not been any minimates posted yet, but I am sure we will see some in the next few days. I have a minimate 4-pack in the mix that I am really excited to see on display. New customs will be posted each day here.
Thanks for reading!
Another decal artist is on board! Bob Harris has donated two excellent Watchmen decals for you to create your own Comedian and Doctor Manhatten. You can find these decals under his gallery in the Decals section. Lee also sent me his Mythbusters decals, which I have added to his gallery. The galleries are growing at a very nice pace!
One more addition to the site is the Painting Guide under the Tutorials section. Longtime readers will recognize this as a collection of previous posts. However, I realized that finding “the basics” might be hard for new readers, since they have not been following this site since its inception. If anyone you know ever takes that first step and asks how to start making their own minimates, you can point them to that guide.