OK. I will not bore you with yet another tale of why I like Dark Sword Miniatures so much. But I do want to let readers know of an awesome Kickstarter opportunity DSM is offering. Dark Sword is in the process of raising funds (in fact, they have already more than tripled their goal as of this writing) for a truly epic project. The link is below but before you go, just look at the size of this thing!
The dragon is absolutely gigantic. According to DSM, he stands over twelve inches tall (including the base). He will be cast in resin to keep down the weight while his two adversaries will be in pewter. The price is steep but considering the diorama will probably retail for over $300 once it is released, the opt in price is not so bad after all. And who knows what kind of stretch goal goodies we are likely to see to sweeten the deal along the way. My hobby budget just took a big hit tonight but this baby will be worth it.
I mentioned in my last post about having artwork from my glory days of D&D walk out of a painting and into miniature form. That statement could not be more true in this case. My memories from the 80's will be flowing when I finally get to paint this beast come this September.
Here is the link to the DSM Kickstarter page.
And if you're new to the excellent products produced by Dark Sword Miniatures, take a look here.
And below is the artwork from Mr. Larry Elmore that inspired the miniatures. It's titled "Teamwork".
You can visit his site here.
Thanks for reading...