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Services / Re: Sculptors For Hire
« Last post by PJG on May 01, 2016, 02:53:28 PM BST GMT »

My name is Pawel (PJG), i'm from Poland.
I'm sculpting mostly 28/35mm, and big scale miniatures.
most of my work can be seen at:

I also make sketches ,conceptart and graphics.

Finished Sculpts / Re: Female fighter/barbarian/druid sculpt for sale
« Last post by Andrew May on April 26, 2016, 03:01:25 PM BST GMT »
Sold to Bad Squiddo Games. 8)
Finished Sculpts / Female fighter/barbarian/druid sculpt for sale
« Last post by Andrew May on April 25, 2016, 12:54:09 PM BST GMT »
Hi all.
I've had the beginnings of this sculpt sat around on my desk for a while, something I started for a bit of fun before Christmas maybe. I decided to finish it of between commissions and thought I'd offer it up for sale with full reproduction rights if anyone fancied it?

She's sculpted from URO ploymer clay and stands just shy of 30mm to the top of her head.
I'm looking for £200, email me at studio @

I'm always taking on new freelance clients, check my other work at

« Last post by blacksmithminiatures on April 22, 2016, 02:56:41 PM BST GMT »
Dear painters,

We are pleased to announce the new release of April :


Designer: Babbyan
Sculptor: Maxime PENAUD
Painter: emuse
Matérial: résin
Kit: 5 pièces
Height in the eyes : 42 mm
Public price: 18 euros

To order: here
We hope you like it!

Services / Creatures and large figures portfolio, seeking commisions.
« Last post by Andrew May on April 20, 2016, 05:04:10 PM BST GMT »
Over the last couple of years I have had the good fortune of working on some really fantastic large size figures. I always look forward to receiving these commissions and am now looking to take on new freelance clients.

The rate for large scale figures runs at £100 per day of sculpting. I will always give you an upper limit quote before commencing work.

Contact me at studio @

Dark Young for CTHULHU WARS

Green Dragon for Otherworld

Red Dragon for Otherworld

Hippogryph of Tooth & Sword

Aequatherium for Steam & Aether

Dinosaur for Antediluvian Miniatures.

Small creature for World of Twilight

White Dragon for Otherworld.

Head to my blog for more of my portfolio including smaller scale figures:

Thanks all
Miniature News / Falena - the Dark side of the Nature - Aradia news! NSFW
« Last post by Aradia Miniatures on April 12, 2016, 05:54:00 PM BST GMT »
The second release of April is out now!
Falena - the Dark side of the Nature

The basic idea was to create a dark character, a fairies eater. So which figure would be better indicated than a moth, creating a blind nocturnal butterfly who comes out of her hiding place after the sunset in search of fairy fresh meat? On her back, an honey container expands in the air a sweet aroma in order to attract the naive fairies. In the lanterns, imprisoned fairies recall their sisters with their magical light (and dinner is served at Falena...).
This abyssal beauty is not what she seems: she is a ruthless monster who represents the dark and ferocious side of Mother Nature...

Concept: Stefano Moroni
Sculptor: Benoit Cauchies
Dimension: 75 mm
High quality resin kit

If you want to buy this figure, it is available at the following link:
Miniature News / April NEWS! Sina and the Knight - Aradia Miniatures
« Last post by Aradia Miniatures on April 03, 2016, 06:07:34 PM BST GMT »
Hello Folks,

we are very happy to introduce in our range of miniatures the new release Sina and the Knight,

concept: Stefano Moroni
sculptor: Joaquin Palacios
box art: Mirko Cavalloni
Dimension: 75 mm
High quality resin kit

Available at the following link: , we hope you like it!
Works in Progress / Re: Sioka's thread of bad sculpting (54mm figure & 1/10th scale head sculpt)
« Last post by sioka on March 23, 2016, 12:10:41 PM GMT GMT »
Thanks Mati,nice to have another set of eyes on this project.

The only reason for the 35th scale was that was also quoted as being 54mm. There is a sprue of 35th scale weapons on my desk at the mo and I always struggle with weapons and size creep so with luck it will keep everything uniform in the scale sense
Pose and proportions seem good, I'd say go ahead! :D Why not 1/32? Most 1/35 accessoires will still fit ( except for guns, they'll look a bit too small ).
Moulding and Casting / Re: Looking to buy a mould can
« Last post by sioka on March 22, 2016, 08:03:09 PM GMT GMT »
Ebay is your friend, there seem to be lots of brand new ones but all are new. Just remember you need one without an agitator or be prepared to do some work to remove bits and add the proper fittings.

They can be very cheep depending on how much work you put in to cleaning up an old one,

Or you can go the expensive route and buy one ready set up

I hope this is of some use to you.
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