Saturday, 11 December 2010

Statuesque Miniatures is GO!

Finally. We're there...

For a limited time, you can order the Christmas Girls deal- all four launch figures for less cash!

Thursday, 9 December 2010

Statuesque Miniatures ready for launch!

Finally, after months of delay, I am now in possession the definitive production castings for the 4 launch figures from Statuesque Miniatures. I've spent a good few hours checking them over and bagging them up and tomorrow will be spent preparing and photographing figures for the website. When that is done sales will begin!

But for now I'm going to the pub. Believe me- I need it.

Monday, 6 December 2010

Where's my zippo?

Here are the final two witches I did for Lead Adventure Miniatures. There were lots of interesting little details to sculpt on all these figures, such as the raven with a monocle, the voodoo doll and the dead rabbit, so I'm looking forward to seeing painted versions to bring out the detail. Apparently they'll be on sale tomorrow.

The Sniper

Baba Yaga

Saturday, 4 December 2010

Gratuitous Display of Flesh

Here's another one I did in July-August for Lead Adventure Miniatures. It's shocking how these miniature companies will use exposed female flesh to sell a figure, eh?

The Militant

Friday, 3 December 2010

It's not all T&A you know... oh, wait...

As you may have noticed by now I get asked to sculpt a lot of female figures.This commission was not different...

These were done around July-August this year for a new company Lead Adventure Miniatures. Alex Bews aka Prof. Witchheimer has started dripfeeding pictures of this set so I'll post what he's shown here too. This is perhaps the most bizarre brief I have worked to, but it was great fun. There are 5 'Witches of the Apocalyse' and believe me, they get weirder...

The Gunfighter

The Cook

Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Sixties hair and sixties boobs

Another girl for Crooked Dice. Another catsuit. Just another day at the office...

Agent Pandora King

27.5mm to the eyes I think, done in Fimo as ever, still that horrendous orange colour hence the B&W photo.