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Made in jp
Fixture of Dakka





Japan

Already into the kickstarter for Raging Heroes, still waiting for my stuff :(

I am not a dwarf player but a futuristic version of the ax gun would be cool.

Squidbot;
"That sound? That's the sound of me drinking all my paint and stabbing myself in the eyes with my brushes. "
My Doombringer Space Marine Army
Hello Kitty Space Marines project
Buddhist Space marine Project
Other Projects
Imageshack deleted all my Images Thank you! 
   
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Los Llanos de Aridane

Dwarf Rangers - complete set is now on my Shapeways Shop!

As I just managed to export the file for Shapeways, the third and last Dwarf Ranger is now available on my Shop
The three dwarves are multypart miniatures for the 28-30mm scale games so each one will be tall about 25-26mm once assembled. All the body parts can be swapped between them thanks to the balljoints, there are no limits of posing in this way.

In my Shapeways Shop you can buy the three dwarves separately, or save some money with the set of three dwarves! Don't miss them
My Shop (you can browse here all my miniatures and sets): https://www.shapeways.com/shops/tarum

Buy Dwarf Rangers - Complete set here:
https://www.shapeways.com/model/2781359/dwarf-rangers-complete-set-3-miniatures-28-30m.html?materialId=61













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thanks for reading and watching

We are currently in the sculpting phase, resin-metal production will follow.
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[DCM]
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Svalarheima, MA

LOVING these Dwarf Rangers!

Actually, loving everything that you've shown so far!

Nil nos tremefacit.
 
   
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Thermo-Optical Tuareg






Nashville, TN

and here. I was thinking this was going to be mishappen lumps of green stuff with fingerprints all in it. I feel old now...lol

Really nice stuff here, love the axe guns. I May have to pick those up!

"Holy Sh*&, you've opened my eyes and changed my mind about this topic, thanks Dakka OT!"

-Nobody Ever

Proverbs 18:2

"CHEESE!" is the battlecry of the ill-prepared.

 warboss wrote:

GW didn't mean to hit your wallet and I know they love you, baby. I'm sure they won't do it again so it's ok to purchase and make up.


Albatross wrote:I think SlaveToDorkness just became my new hero.

EmilCrane wrote:Finecast is the new Matt Ward.

Don't mess with the Blade and Bolter! 
   
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Los Llanos de Aridane

Thanks to everyone who purchased the model! I'm so happy about it and i really can't wait to see them painted!

In the meantime, I have created the Facebook Page for these miniatures. Like and share it if you want to receive weekly updates with more photos, new miniatures available and much more
http://www.facebook.com/ArtisanGuildMiniatures

Miniatures are already available on the shop!
Thanks to everyone who's supporting this project with feedbacks and critiques.

We are currently in the sculpting phase, resin-metal production will follow.
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Brutal Black Orc




The Empire State

So are all the great sculptors coming out of Spain now?

Seems that way.

 
   
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Los Llanos de Aridane

 Piston Honda wrote:
So are all the great sculptors coming out of Spain now?

Seems that way.


I'm not sure about that, but both me and my wife are Italians

We are currently in the sculpting phase, resin-metal production will follow.
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Los Llanos de Aridane

Tomorrow I will place my order at Shapeways so I should have some nice photos of the models in some days
My wife just finished her first Berserker woman and she's awesome!!!

Her topic here: http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/620888.page#7312138

We are currently in the sculpting phase, resin-metal production will follow.
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Svalarheima, MA

There's a lot of talent in your family!

Nil nos tremefacit.
 
   
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Los Llanos de Aridane

 Alpharius wrote:
There's a lot of talent in your family!


thanks for the kind words
We ordered everything plus some metal pendants from Shapeways, this will longer a bit our shipping, we should have everything for 15 November.
I'will lunch soon a poll for the next models!

Cheers

We are currently in the sculpting phase, resin-metal production will follow.
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Made in ca
Regular Dakkanaut




I think it is important to also post this in regards to Tarum and his talented work!. These are painted up miniatures of Tarums past work we commissioned him for our first miniatures and now finally having them painted up fully by the very talented Dwartist: http://dwartist.blogspot.ca/ we would like too share both of their most talented work!.


with best regards : Shawn.

http://ufwg.weebly.com/

http://ufwg.weebly.com/shop.html 
   
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Los Llanos de Aridane

Thanks Shawn! Much appreciated

So, Stephan Weiß printed my dwarves with his Asiga 3d printed. He's one of the most talented indeed !!!
His website: http://www.3dxs.de/

























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Svalarheima, MA

Lookin' really, really good - congrats!

Nil nos tremefacit.
 
   
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Member of the Malleus






Figure is awesome and those prints are very impressive.

Great work.

~Eric

   
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Los Llanos de Aridane

I just received an email that my Frosted Ultra Details models by Shapeways are in Canary... now it always take long but we are almost done

The print from Stephan Weiß are on the way too!
You can check his website here:
http://www.3dxs.de/

We are currently in the sculpting phase, resin-metal production will follow.
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Made in au
Homicidal Veteran Blood Angel Assault Marine




Oz

I think they look really cool.

 
   
Made in pl
Been Around the Block





Warsaw/Poland

What is cost of that master 3d print?

 
   
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Those dwarves look amazing.

Im very interested in the Orcs when they come available!

If you are up for requests a Phaerakh, Female necron overlord, would be awesome! Kinda like a Queen of the damned / space robot vibe
   
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Los Llanos de Aridane

We received Frosted Ultra Details model from Shapeways some days ago and I'm super happy with them!
In hands the models looks super detailed, but we are not very good photographer unluky!

We tried to make some photos but it's not easy, we will try again during the sunlight.
The Frosted Ultra Detail material from Shapeways is really detailed, but as it's trasparent is hard to make nice pictures with it.
We made a fast black primer coat on top of it but we realized that take pictures of black miniatures is super hard, and pointing the light to it create this strange rough effect.
If you have some suggestion please let us know




Brave painters out there, we need your help!

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Legendary Master of the Chapter






I like how the armor has that hammered look to it



i hope to see more

 Unit1126PLL wrote:
 Scott-S6 wrote:
And yet another thread is hijacked for Unit to ask for the same advice, receive the same answers and make the same excuses.

Oh my god I'm becoming martel.
Send help!

 
   
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Incorporating Wet-Blending





Wales: Where the Men are Men and the sheep are Scared.

Spray it white then hit it with a black wash. It will be easier to see the detail of the model then.



 
   
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 carlos13th wrote:
Spray it white then hit it with a black wash. It will be easier to see the detail of the model then.


^This

Also, the model assembled would be better in my opinion
   
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Los Llanos de Aridane

Thanks for the suggestions, anyway for the moment I'm just able to do these pictures with black paint :(.
The models come from Shapeways not assembled, clean, without supports.
You can buy them here:
http://www.shapeways.com/shops/tarum



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Los Llanos de Aridane

For the moment I decided to not paint these models, I would probably just ruin them :(
I'm pretty happy with the shapeways result anyway!

We are currently in the sculpting phase, resin-metal production will follow.
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Leaping Khawarij




The Boneyard

Those orcs will make nice d&d minis
   
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DAAAAMN you're good.

I just returned to working as a sculptor for miniatures after nearly 30 years (things happened).

I did work as an architectural sculptor, making fancy pieces for houses and furniture for about 12 years, from 2001 until just the last summer.... But my boss changed business plans, and it put me out of a job (he now just mixes and matches pre-sculpted parts in a software package - basically everything I and the other sculptors did for him over 15 years, putting us all out of work).

But he did give us all full licenses to a bunch of expensive software.

I got a Mudbox License (I lost the coin toss for ZBrush).

I has a post on the forum with some goblins/Orcs I am doing

I have a very different style from you, which is more purist, and less stylistic, but in would say you are probably MUCH better than am I.

It would be nice if you could take a look at the Goblins I am working on to give me your critique of the work so far.


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 Taarnak wrote:
Well, I am definitely looking forward to seeing some Orks from you.

I am really tired of the comedy Orks and Goblins from GW and their imitators. I like the ones from the Elder Scrolls, the Lord of the Rings movies, and the "Orks" from Scale 75. The ones that I am working on designing are more like these.

~Eric


Have you seen my WIP Orcs (currently calling them "Goblins" as that is what the miniatures they are modeled after are called)?

They are intended to be modeled after the work of Tom Meier, and are closer to the LotR Orcs... And they are definitely not the GW comic styled Orcs.

You can take a look in the attachments at:

New Goblin Miniatures (Hopefully to extend the line that Tom Meir hasn't - img hvy)

Shown are only three In Progress models out of a total of 20 (40 eventually) that I am doing.

Only, like the OP... I cannot work on them full time.

Also, I have a very different style and workflow than the OP, you will need to be familiar with Tom Meier's work to get an idea of what they will be like when finished.

MB

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Norn Queen






Dublin, Ireland

Very characterful!

Dman137 wrote:
goobs is all you guys will ever be

By 1-irt: Still as long as Hissy keeps showing up this is one of the most entertaining threads ever.

"Feelin' goods, good enough". 
   
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Los Llanos de Aridane

Thanks all for the nice comments
I did some other shots on the black painted miniatures from Shapeways (with brush, not spry). The color is pretty thick, covering some details, but that's surely better of a colored version by me... I'm so unskilled at painting miniatures ...
So you can see the other two multypart dwarves (they can be mixed togheter as they have balljoints) and some gargoyle shots.

You can buy them here, every model is already available:
http://www.shapeways.com/shops/tarum







We are currently in the sculpting phase, resin-metal production will follow.
Check Artisan Guild Miniatures updates on Facebook:


 
   
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Los Llanos de Aridane

For the moment I'm really busy with my main job at RH, so there will be not new miniatures to expand my personal line in the next few weeks. I'll update any time I have some new work in progress or finished models.
Cheers!

We are currently in the sculpting phase, resin-metal production will follow.
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Los Llanos de Aridane

Today I tought there were a nice sunlght to test a few more photos on my (and my wife's) models.
As always,
You can buy here our miniatures printed by Shapeways:
https://www.shapeways.com/shops/tarum
https://www.shapeways.com/shops/fra

Here a link of our facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/ArtisanGuildMiniatures










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