Kermit was a pretty easy makeover--a little white moustache made from Sculpey at the end of his nose (perhaps Salesman Grover sold it to him before selling him a moustache comb?), and that's it. I didn't repaint any of the rest of the figure, so he's a good enough Commissioner Gordon already.
I did make a little accessory for him from a broken Animal drumset and Muppet Show TV camera: the Batsignal. Because, as good a cop as Commissioner Gordon is, without the Batsignal, he's pretty much another cop in a deteriorating city bedeviled by costumed supervillains.
Commissioner Gordon ready to flip the switch, summoning Batman and Robin.
The Dynamic Duo--looks like Robin's getting a scolding. It's probably about the short shorts.
Rowlfred was even easier in some respects, because I didn't resculpt anything for him. The tux he was wearing was already perfect for Alfred Pennyworth's butlering, so I just painted the vest and pants a different color to make him a little more manservant and a little less grand pianist. I also put some gray in his fur to age him up a bit--Alfred's a nice surrogate father figure for Bruce Wayne. It helps if he's older. Maybe not Michael Caine old, but older.
Man's Best Friend and a Gentleman's Gentleman.
Cleaning the Batcave. There's probably some scolding here too. Guy can't catch a break.
Close up of those eye wrinkles and gray fur. He needs Just For Dogs.
The crime-fighting and Batcave-cleaning protectors of Gotham City.
Next up: the villains!