Unfinished Minis, Five Moons Familiars

I’ve posted several dozen unfinished minis to my Etsy store. Some of these have been in various stages of basing, primer, or the start of a paint job, and I’ve accepted that I have other projects (and other minis) that are higher priority than these. So I’m selling them, cheap, just in time for the…

Miniatures Funhaüs Title Card

Master Painting Classes by Meg Maples

My friend Meg Maples is an amazing miniatures painter (she was one of the staff painters at Privateer Press, and has painted master models for Reaper Miniatures, Freebooter Miniatures, Dark Sword Miniatures, Crunch-Waffle Enterprises, and Bombshell Miniatures). She’s teaching some classes in various parts of the USA in the next few months. If you’re looking to…

Casting minis at ReaperCon 2011

Two videos taken at ReaperCon 2011, the miniatures and gaming convention run by Reaper Miniatures. Production manager Bryan Stiltz demonstrates how they prep the vulcanized rubber molds at Reaper Miniatures, casts a mold of pewter minis, talks about cooling time for the liquid metal, and demolding. Total time from closing the mold to a cast…

photos of some prepainted Confrontation minis

Earlier I talked about how Paizo got some of the nice prepainted plastic minis from the Confrontation game (by Rackham). I took some close-up pics of the sets that I got. They’re nice sculps, the paint jobs are good for pre-painted minis, the price is great ($3 per Templar, under $2 per Clone, and under…

My Scarlet Monastery minis

Way back in June of last year, I posted a quick filedump of my pics from PaizoCon, which included all of the minis I painted for the PCs in my two Scarlet Monastery one-shots. I finally got around to photographing all of the NPC minis for that, and they’re here in a publicly-viewable Facebook album.