While I do a lot of different things, the single largest type of physical
3D art I have done is Transformers modification, repainting, building, etc.
Decoys: Among my first serious Transformers modification projects were decoys, those little rubbery guys that came with some of the mid-80s toys. Peak Decoy for me had to have been BotCon 96, for which I painted 100 decoys. Updated: 4/8/18 (Page brought up to 2016's last update)
Full Kitbashes: This page is devoted to the more ambitious of my projects, often involving significant physical rebuilding and extensive painting. The line between these and "Quickbashes" can be a little blurry, though. Updated: 5/5/18 (Page restored, a few new items added.)
Quickbashes: These are various lesser modifications, from as little as "painted one detail that needed it" to "built a fair amount of stuff but only for part of the toy." Updated: 7/4/18 (Models and Minis tanks added.)
Actionmasters: Basically, if it doesn't transform (or only kinda sorta transforms), I put it here. Action figure modifications, for the most part, rather than actual customized original Actionmasters (although there are some of those). Updated: 5/5/18 (Page restored.)
PVC, Heroes of Cybertron, Attacktix: Less articulation than an action figure (sometimes none), but not a decoy or decoy-like. Again, somewhat arbitrary boundaries. Includes customizations of the short-lived Attacktix game figures. Updated: 5/5/18 (Page restored.)
Gobots: Not the Tonka ones, but rather the ones that would later be rebranded Spychangers. Due to their small size and low cost, a lot of my early kitbashing focused on these. Not much lately, since the size class has been taken over by Legions, which generally end up in Quickbashes, but once in a while I modify a knockoff or a beater I found in a quarter bin. Updated: 4/4/10 (Legends Nightracer and Mudslinger.)
Miscellany: Everything else involving Transformers in some way, such as Pez dispensers, Neo-Knight action figures, visual jokes, clothing, and so forth. Updated: 5/5/18 (Bumblebee robe added.)
By sheer number, gaming-related projects may exceed my Transformers kitbashes,
although there's some overlap between the two.
Warmachine/Hordes: As I entered a year of unemployment in 2013, I decided to use up my backlog of moderator points for helping run the Privateer Press forums to get into Warmachine, and boy howdy did I get into Warmachine. And a little Hordes. No single theme, lots of mini-themes, such as Transformers-based figures, My Little Pony, Steven Universe, Iron Man, Mario Bros., MST3K, and so forth. Updated 5/5/18 (Page linked to Kitbashes.)
Monsterpocalypse: The game that got me working for Privateer Press in the first place, giant monster action! The game died a few years after it started, but it got revived in 2018. Also linked from my Kaiju page. Updated: 5/5/18 (Page linked to Kitbashes.)
Warhammer 40K: Before I got into Privateer Press stuff, I briefly flirted with Warhammer 40K and made a Tau force with designs taken from the Zeons of Gundam. I decided I didn't like the way the rules were set up and only played a handful of games before getting rid of my minis. Not updated lately, nor likely to.
WizKids Miniatures: And before Warhammer, there was Mage Knight, the first miniatures game company I really got into. I made Mage Knight into Transformers, HeroClix into other characters, and so forth. I even did a little customization for the constructible minis games Pirates of the Spanish Main and Rocketmen. Pretty much dead now, even if I use my old spares for modding, I tend to be turning them into standalone figures rather than leaving them on the clickbases. Updated 3/8/09 (HeroClix Atomic Robo added.)
Miniatures Directory: There's a bunch of miniatures I've done but never put into a page anywhere. They're all here, along with stuff that can be found in the pages linked above.
Various fan art stuff that doesn't go in any of the categories above, but is tied
in some way to someone else's intellectual property.
My Little Pony: A mix of painted and modded blindbag vinyl figures, Kickstarted pony miniatures, and a few other odds and ends. Updated 4/8/18 (Page restored, a few added.)
Marvel and DC: Characters belonging to the Big Two. Updated 4/8/18 (Page restored, Killgrave added.)
Antarctic Press: A few Peebo Attacktix. I guess I was a bit optimistic making this its own page. Updated 6/11/07 (Page created.)
Akiko: Fan works based on Mark Crilley's old Akiko comics. Updated 6/11/07 (Page created.)
Webcomics: Fan art for webcomics including Something Positive, Skin Horse, and Wonderella. Updated 9/23/08 (Wonderella added.)
Other Fan Works: Anything I didn't do enough of to spin off into its own page (which is a pretty low bar), including some pretty obscure stuff. I suppose I should spin off the Steven Universe and Star Wars at some point. Updated 4/10/18 (Page restored, a few added.)
Most of the work in this section is my own characters, or characters created by friends,
or weird little things I made to help out at home or at work or whatever.
Modern Knights: In the late 90s, I wrote a superhero game that was published on DriveThruRPG, but the publisher has since yanked it. The setting was based on the same Champions campaign that spawned ASH, but with significant differences. Updated 9/29/09 (Kubo-pastiche version of Kombat added.)
All The Rest: A bunch of this stuff is work I did for friends and family, plus weird little gimmicks and gadgets I've put together over the years. Updated 4/10/18 (Page restored, a few pieces added.)