I posted earlier this year about a French company that sells weird monster dice that look like this: Well, I bought some, and they’re just as weird as you’d expect. I haven’t had a chance to do anything but clean the flash off them yet, and they’re certainly not balanced enough to use as dice…
Litko Aero, the company that makes the invisible character tokens, obviously dead tokens, skull tokens, many kinds of tokens suitable for 4E D&D, and all sorts of neat stuff, is having 12 different post-xmas promotions. The one for today (Tuesday, Dec 29) is if you order $25 or more from their store, they’re throwing in…
Something I’ve been working on the past couple of days. Click this link for progress photos. (filing this under “miniatures” as I don’t have a tag for “sculpting”)
Painted some of these up for my Bastards of Erebus playtest campaign, then thought I’d round out a few more and ebay them as a group along with a signed copy of the adventure. No, they aren’t official Hellknight minis, they’re minis I had on had which I painted for use in the playtest. just…
I thought it would be fun to take some of my fantasy minis and paint them up as if they were fantasy versions of the Watchmen. This is a work in progress. So far I have Rorshach, the Comedian, and Silk Spectre II. public Facebook album link
Monsterpocalypse has two that aren’t quite brains-with-tentacles but they’re still pretty neat: Snatcher and Snatcher Elite
These are neat, and I’m sure you could use them for mutants, chaos cultists, or whatever. :)
There’s another pic and more info at TheMiniaturesPage link.
“Obviously Dead” tokens. I have these on order now. :) Litko link
Ok, charged up my camera battery yesterday and took some pics today.
Because I never got around to creating and selling them: link
Yes, I’m blogging a lot tonight, catching up on some old emails…. Here’s a cool treant and young-girl-druid from Pulp City, technically they’re modern minis but I don’t see anything on them that would be out of place in a fantasy setting. link
I know there are plastic clickbase minis for Marvel and DC, but the guys in the second picture from this link rebind me of the funny-hat mooks from Advanced Idea Mechanics. TheMiniaturesPage.com link
… but I think Monte would like them. SmartMax “Smog” minis link Also check out their Mauser Earth line.
There’s this French group of sculptors (maybe theyr’e a company? not sure) called MAOW Miniatures. They make minis. Their minis are cool (actually the three French minis companies I know of all make really cool minis). These guys, however, have taken it to the next level. They also do crazy monster dice. If mimics had…
Medusa? Naga? You decide! (paint job by Marike Reimer, of course) Available at the Dark Sword Miniatures online store.
Check them out and buy some stuff. :) http://www.custommademinis.com/en/home/