22 new releases available from Dark Sword Miniatures

By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy
Sep 8th, 2013
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Dark Sword Miniatures has 22 new releases up on their website.
Note: not all of them are safe for work.

From the update:

It has been a wild couple months folks. After running and already delivering all backer rewards on our first Kickstarter and then exhibiting at Gen Con Indy (best Gen Con to date) in late August, it has been BUSY. Here are the fruits of those labors – we have 22 new releases posted in our Online Store for your viewing pleasure (so many that we could not fit them all on the home page!) including our Massive Elmore Dragons Diorama Kickstarter Dragon. As always, they are all here and ready for shipping out for your collections. So enjoy all the new eye candy folks.

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  • blkdymnd

    I don’t see any that wouldn’t be non work safe. Maybe the super hero, but only because she’s got a bit more cleavage. The others are actually nicely modest for the most part.

    • blkdymnd

      wouldn’t be work safe, or would be non work safe grammar bad!

      • Soulfinger

        Probably just trying to protect your rep. Looking at this stuff at work, somebody could see your screen and call you a “dork.”

        • cybogoblin

          Pfft. My co-workers already know of my geek proclivities. That’s why they come to me with all of their remotely geeky questions. It’s gotten to the point where I’ve added ‘Tolkien Legendarium Consultant’ to my resume.

          • Spiffy title 🙂

            And on another note – I don’t have any Dark Sword miniatures, but I’ve always been amazed by that guy’s (who’s name alludes me right now) talent for sculpting realistically.
            Anyone experienced with the range – how good is the casting quality?

          • Soulfinger

            Having handled a couple dozen of these, I can confidently say that they are exceptional. Two soulfingers up! Very clean sculpts with crisp lines, kind of old Ral Partha aesthetics evolved to a modern day standard — actually, I would consider this company to be RP’s spiritual successor. I am not a fan of the Dennis Mize sculpts, but the Gael Goumon ones look fantastic as PC models and Jeff Grace’s stuff is extraordinarily dynamic.

            Just note that these are true scale 28mm, so the weapons can be very fragile and bendy, and then the integrated bases are usually nothing to write home about (but I wish every fig was slotta). DS are some of the best figures on the market in my opinion, especially for representing D&D characters or as art display pieces, especially if you are a fan of any of the artists in their Masterworks series.

          • Oooh! Thanks Soul, that’s just what I needed to hear. I’m an old fan of Ral Partha as it happens 🙂 Also Thunderbolt Mountain and Mithril Miniatures…

            Guess I’ll be saving up for an order, This stuff is not really available in store in Sweden. The downside is that anything out of EU gets slapped with import fees. Boo!

          • Soulfinger

            Oh yeah then, these are perfect for you. I really miss the Mithril figs. I certainly sympathize with how much extra it is going to cost to have them shipped to Sweden though. Just save up what you’d spend on shipping over the next five years, buy an airline ticket with the money, and you can stay at my place when you visit the States to do your shopping spree. It would be kind of like this: Link.

          • @Soul, I might take you up on that offer. 😉 The 12 inch thing exempted.

            Seriously speaking I’d love to do a bit of a roadtrip thing and a comic con at some point… I also want to go to Japan and buy some Wonderfest kits at least once in my lifetime.