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Huge Dungeon and Dragon Miniatures

This commission had 100 miniautures from various companies painted to level 3 painting standard. They were intended to be used for role playing purposes. 


D&D Mimics!

A real quick one here, some Mimic creatures from D&D painted to level 3 quality.


D&D Dragon Cultist Miniatures

This may look like i’ve reposted this series of miniatures again, but these were painted for another client. Guess lots of people running the same D&D campaign. These were painted to level 3 quality.


D&D RPG Miniatures

This is a nice and interesting commission. It was for a collection of monsters and D&D heroes that was being painted up for a clients campaign. These were painted to level 3 quality.


D&D Wizards!

I do enjoy painting RPG miniatures. I’m always excited to see how the client wants their particular character painted to take in all their particular characteristics and personalisations that they have invested through their games in be reflected on the minature. This commission the client wanted to have one of […]


D&D Miniature

We’ve recently received quite a few single miniature commissions for various RPG games. I’m not sure of the manufacturer of this particular miniature but it is to be used as a client’s RPG character. It is painted to our Level 4 Quality.


D&D Dragon and Dragon Cultists

Several weeks ago we completed a Galeforce¬†9 D&D Red Dragon and some Dragon Cultists. All the miniatures were resin and had great detail. The Dragon Cultists were painted to Level 3 whilst the Dragon itself was painted to level 4. The dragon came with a nice detailed base which the […]


More 3D Printed D&D Characters

Some more of our clients have been using Hero Forge services to design and 3D print their Dungeon & Dragon characters. The miniatures were painted to Display Quality. One of the miniature did have some OSL from the flame sword and the other did use NMM techniques on the armour. […]


3D Printed D&D Character

A client of ours used Hero Forge services to design and 3D print his Dungeon & Dragon character in several poses using their user friendly web interface. The miniatures were painted to Display Quality. During the painting phase we did find that the miniatures has a little rough texture that […]

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