We had an amazing time at this years CANCON, the biggest and busiest we've ever seen it. It was great to meeting all the awesome folks who stopped by our table, and we look forward to seeing you all again next year.
We are back from Cancon 2017, and we had a blast. It was fantastic talking to all the awesome people who dropped by our table, and seeing all the great events & activities.
Comic Gong is on again in less than 2 weeks. We will be there again, and we are so excited!
Our first time at Cancon, and our first major gaming convention, may be over , but it was an amazing trip!
This week we're going to talk about armatures. What are armatures? Why do miniature sculptors use them? We'll look at these questions and also discuss how to make one.
When I started this blog I made commitment that I would be posting regularly on the first & third moday of each month. Up until now this has gone pretty well, however this week I've been moving house. Concequently I am very sorry, but I have been unable to finish this weeks post.
Don't worry whatever else happens, the blog will be back, so keep an eye out until then.
This week our head sculptor Pendix takes a look at metal, plastic & resin as materials for producing miniatures. Check it out and leave suggestions for future topics in the comments.
Last weekend our sculptor: Pendix, attended the first major convention since the launch of Ex Manus Studios; the SMASH! Manga and Anime convention. here are his thought on that experience.
This week; our resident sculptor; Pendix, expands on his discussion of the tools he uses to sculpt finely detailed miniatures you can find in our store.
This week; our resident sculptor; Pendix, talks about the tools he uses to create our wonderful, finely detailed miniatures.
Our New Blog! Where we will talk about all sort of things like; table-top games, sculpting, conversions, scenery and the companies and industries that support our hobby. Sometimes it may be a tutorial, or review, other times it may be a rambling opinion piece or snippet of history. But it will always be interesting.