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Curis’ 3D Sculpting Escapades

Curis’ 3D Sculpting Escapades

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Curis gets into 3D sculpting and creates miniatures that should have always been.

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Zool, Ninja of the Nth Dimesion

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Mario, Sonic and Zool: the Holy Trinity of video game mascots in the 1990s. Two of these characters are going strong to this day. Zool – the lovechild of Cool Spot and a Ninja Turtle – explored a visually intense platformer landscape deep with thematic heft, which let the Amiga gamer grapple with complex socio-cultural questions such as “What if world, but made of Smarties?”

Zool, Ninja of the Nth Dimesion

This is my digital sculpt of Zool, created in Blender. As he’s some sort of weird ant, I printed him the size of a two-pence coin and painted him up with a specially made Chupa Chups base.

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Condercum's Vallum Archway

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Condercum's Vallum Archway

I’ve been designing an Ancient Roman terrain set, and this is the initial standalone piece painted up – Condercum’s vallum archway!  I need to make some design refinements so it’s better optimised for print, but I’m ecstatic with how this protoype’s come out.

DTN8 Remote Mine Droids

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Skill 5
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DTN8 Remote Mine Droids

Sometimes you’re playing your favourite science fiction miniatures game, and the random wargear tables generate a result for which you don’t own the miniatures. EVEN WORSE, the miniatures don’t actually exist. They were never made. Anger sets in. You feel yourself about to explode.

You refuse to reroll the result. You refuse to represent the wargear with a cardboard chit. The only option is to spend a whole year of your life learning how to sculpt so you can design your own version. After that, vacuum cast them in high quality resin so they’re proper playable, paintable miniatures.

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