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Center Stage Minis Kickstarter

I recently sculpted a Caryatid column for Center Stage Miniatures’ Kickstarter. It is a 28mm sculpt standing at 35mm with the bottom and top of the column about the head and below the feet.

Caryatid Column

How it works

When I show people what I do I often get alot of “how” responses. Although this is by no means a tutorial on sculpting miniatures, it gives a basic outline of the process of sculpting a miniature from scratch, start to finish. We will be using this 30mm Barbarian as our example:

Demo 4

Step one:

I cut some wire. 0.23 gauge steel wire is what I use. Most professionals don’t use such a strong wire, but I prefer to spend more time posing my frame in frustration, knowing it’s not budging at all later, than bending it in place quickly with a chance to break something off or move it from where it started. The bent piece is 7 inches and the small one is about 1-2 inches. I twist them together to make the frame, then I put some procreate sculptors putty on it to hold it in place.

Demo Demo 1


Step two:

After I have my wire frame (aka armature) I pose it to the way I want it and I stick it in a cork. The cork provides a way to hold the figure with a tight grip without dropping it or damaging something while suclpting. After I mount it, I place a thin layer of putty around the frames arms, legs and head, to give it a “primer” if you will of putty. If you do not do this the putty will be cut by the wire armature as you sculpt on it leaving very unpleasant shapes and a frustrating time as well.


demo 5 Demo 2


Step three:

After I get it set where I want it, I place some procreate sculptors putty on the frame. I use various tools, some bought and some which I’ve made myself, to start sculpting the figure. First I sculpted the left leg and let it cure. I did the same with the right, then the torso, and then the head. Working in sections between cure (hardening) time is key to keeping your figure from getting messed up in the sculpting process.

Demo 6 Demo 3


Step four:

After I continue working in sections and finish the figure, I pull it out of the cork and finish it up. Then I end up with something like this:


Demo 4


If you’d like to know more, feel free to contact me.

72mm Butterfly Sword figure preview

This is a little preview of a miniature sculpture I’ve done for Middle Kingdom Miniatures. It is positioned in the “cat stance” while armed with butterfly swords. This 72mm figure will be available later this month. Middle Kingdom Miniatures is also celebrating the launch of their new website:

Butterfly swords front

Cultists of Cthulhu Kickstarter!

This is “The Deep One” at just under 30mm tall. He is one of the figures I’m sculpting for a game called “Cultists of Cthulhu: Miskatonic University”

Click the link below to support the project and get your own copy of the game:
Get your own copy here!

Deep One


20mm Dwarf

This 20mm dwarf is sculpted in procreate.

Dwarf 20mm

Superman Fan-Art

This is just a fan art piece. Its a 30mm superman figure that is featured on the fan art page of

Superman 1 Superman 2  Superman 4Superman 3

Figures for “Week One” Zombie Game

Here are two pieces I can finaly show. Im sculpting the miniatures for a Kickstarter called “Week One.” It’s a really awesome zombie survival table top game that is available to back right now! (click on link below)

Week One Detective Week One Gun Nut

Fan Art, Just for Fun

Link from Legends of Zelda and Batman from….well, Batman. Both are at 30mm.

Link Front Link Back Batman Front Batman Back

Wing Chun figurine hits shelves!

If you liked the wing chun figurine, you can pick one up here:

72mm Kung Fu Figure

I have a 72mm figure coming out this month with Middle Kingdom Miniatures. This is the Wing Chun Bong Sao Figure I did for them. Available in pewter. More to come in the near future!

Wing Chun Master front Wing Chun Metal Wing Chun master back Wing Chun Metal back