Like many I was introduced to gaming with miniature figures as a child in the 1980's through playing Dungeons and Dragons and similar games from Games Workshop. My interest in these games didn't last long but sculpting and painting miniature figures turned out to be something of a life long passion. I do still sculpt many miniatures for both private collectors and manufacturers in the war-games industry having previously worked in heights of 6mm, 10mm, 15mm, 28mm, 35mm, 40mm, 54mm and taller covering all sorts of subjects from accurate and well proportioned historic military figures to grossly overblown Sci-Fi and fantasy caricatures. However, as well as this I've been involved in sculpting, mould making, casting and painting for all sorts of clients in other hobby markets from model railways, through maritime and aviation to doll's houses. I've dealt with miniature figure work for Corporate
clients for use as presentation pieces and awards, miniatures for holographic photography for a high security printing firm making credit cards, for use in advertising campaigns through to FX miniatures for TV and film
work. I've also done sculpting work for clients in the Heritage
and museum services, both making educational miniatures and model dioramas for exhibition display, pattern mastering for merchandising and marketing purposes as well as sculpting for jewellery makers.
There's not a lot by way of small sized sculpting work I've not been involved with at some point or another, so whether you've the germ of an idea you wish to chat about, or a detailed brief you want a formal quote upon, feel free to Contact me
The four images shown below could never sum up the diversity of clients or projects I have been involved with but they do hint at what I could do for you, whilst a better idea can obtained from the testimonials
section and the gallery
section of this web site.
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