I've just recently taken up digital 3D modeling. My strengths, so far, are in "hard edge" objects - items that can be measured and made up of geometric shapes. I'm slowly working on getting my "soft edge" sculpting skills built up - but that has proven to be a bit more of a challenge for me.
As you can see from the doodles below, I like to draw vintage toys. I prefer the simplistic, clean and classic styling of these playthings from the past.
Resin, Fiberglass, etc.
These are actual tangible items I produced in resin, fiberglass, metal, wood, etc. When I make an item, I often times create a prototype, then mold it, then produce the final product - usually in multiple copies.
I dabble in sewing once in a while. Like the "hard" items above, these too are usually done in mind with the thought of producing multiple copies.
I've had an appreciation of graphic art since I was a wee lad. I feel that commercial illustrators are often more talented and unappreciated than those more traditionally labeled "artists". Though I'm not great at it, myself, I still give it a go some times.
Another hobby I dabble in is restoration. It's fun figuring out the best way to tackle a project and bring it back to it's original glory - or maybe a slight variation if needed.
After doing a lot of enlarging of small stuff - I have now done a complete 180˚ and jumped into the world of miniatures! Now I'm making large stuff small!