Friday, May 31, 2013

Mimic Miniatures Up on Kickstarter

Mimic miniatures is a small company that's getting started up on Kickstarter right now. Their goal is to be able to create custom miniatures that look just like the players that commissioned them- made from 3D scans and sculpted bodies. Honestly, I think it is a pretty neat concept here to have miniatures that looks like the player who is sitting at the table.

My friend Eric James Stone isn't actually a role player, or miniatures gamer. But he got married recently, and I painted up minis of him and Darci for their wedding (it was the best wedding I've ever been to- they had robots and helicopters bring out the rings).

Anyway, here are a few pictures of what I painted. These minis are about 70mm scale (ish) and as I understand it, they were the first minis that Mimic Miniatures every produced.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Chainsaws and Shotguns- Zombie Wedding Cake toppers

Here we see some of the most classic weapons in the Zombie survivor's arsenal: the Chainsaw and the Shotgun. While guaranteed to attract the attention of the horde, one cannot argue with the effectiveness of the weapons themselves, generally leaving the zombies in several pieces.

 Hopefully, those pieces stop moving before the honeymoon.

 Shotgun and Machete- one can help out with those silent kills you may need from time to time.

Chainsaw and Hatchet. Both could also be used to cut wood, but we know their true purpose.

And the shotgun and chainsaw. It seems he's dressed a little more casually for the event.

And just in case it wasn't clear why our brides and grooms feel the need to be so heavily armed:

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Soldiers in Dress Uniforms, Armed for a Fight

I often receive requests to make cake toppers with soldiers in dress blues or other uniforms. And most of them pick assault rifles to battle the zombie horde.

 Here are a few recent uniforms, and one BDU kilt.


Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Judicator: Colossal of Menoth

Well, I got to paint one of these recently, so I thought I would share.


Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Romantic Ninja Cake Topper- Threshold Pose

Well, the previous romantic ninja cake topper that I made was pretty popular. But here is a variation on that that one of my clients came up with- an across the threshold pose for them: