Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Drow -- Old School style!

Just thought I'd show off a couple of my recent sculptures here -- I recently finished 2 Drow elves for Otherworld Miniatures. These are the first elves I've sculpted in about 10 years, the first since the final Dark Elves I made for Games Workshop. It took a while to get back in the groove, but after a while was pretty fun to return to my old pointy-eared pals!

These were both inspired by the artwork of Erol Otus, one of the pioneering artists of the Dungeons & Dragons game back in the early 1980s. For those who don't know who he is or are not familiar with early D&D, you can see a collection of some of his art here:

Erol Otus Shrine

Anyhow, check out the minis... they are now up for pre-order at Otherworld if you want to claim a set for yourself! It's great company, and the quality of their figures is top-notch!

Otherworld Miniatures

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  1. They look good.

    Very well sculpted.


  2. Outstanding. Especially like the female.

  3. Very nice. I plan to use these for my summer RPG campaign.

  4. These are righteous sculpts! I will definitely be checking out your work in the future. Thanks for visiting my blog too. Warm Regards, Dean

  5. Thanks Dean, they were a lot of fun to do!

  6. These are so awesome! I ordered both... you raised the standard;)

  7. Love the mini's, justcame across your Xanesha, Lamia Matriarch and love that one as well. looking at using for for Wargame Foundries God of Battles game as a leader.

    Their really is something bout well sculpted mini's that grab your attention.