I picked up a neat little taxidermy bat skeleton from Etsy seller Artem Mortis a few days ago with the intention of giving it as a gift. It took a while to arrive, and
Following on the heels of my work designing the Antiquated Murgleis Focus, I churned the parts out on my Makergear M2 printer…
With the Murgleis suitably reinforced, the only thing left to do was paint…
Our Red Mage commission also involved fabricating a spell-casting offhand ‘orb’ or crystal. Much like every other part of this commission project, I vastly underestimated the amount of work that was going to be
I have a few thoughts about 3D printing. It is a fantastic way of producing items with engineered precision and intricate detail. It is also not always the silver bullet for every task. Our
We were approached to help make the mask and some other elements of the character Elias Ainsworth from the anime series The Ancient Magus Bride. I’m a fan of macabre skull stuff to begin
After weeks of sanding through the evenings on this thing, the antiquated murgleis is finally coming together! We fully assembled the prop, which is not something I actually planned on doing at this stage;
One of our friends was bound for Blizzcon and was initially going there as a World of Warcraft Shaman. Was. About two weeks ago, they sent us a message letting us know that they had changed their
Something a little different for today. A friend of mine, knowing that I’m all about 3D printing, asked if I could print him a miniature off of Thingiverse – the Arcadia Quest Inferno Fountain by user YAAARGH. Problem
We occasionally do some commission work upon request, and a friend of ours contacted us regarding something they were working on for Blizzcon. They were aiming to do a World of Warcraft cosplay, specifically
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