Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Freelance portfolio update 28mm figures, seeking new commissions.

Over the last couple of years I've been a bit lax in documenting my output, mainly firing off iPhone photos to clients for approval and not really documenting my work.

I've recently come to the end of a couple of freelance projects and am ready to take on new clients.
See below for a selection of my 28mm figures produced for freelance clients and my own ranges for Meridian Miniatures.

Prices for 28mm "human sized" figures currently start at £200.
Contact me at studio AT meridianminiatures.com for more information.

28mm civillians for Steam & Aether

28mm Chibis for Impact Miniatures

28mm humans for Crooked Dice and private client (top left)

28mm Chibis for Tooth & Sword
28mm diver for Steam & Aether.

Monday, 13 July 2015

Aequatherium now available.

Hi all, just  a quick note to say that the Interdimensional Bestiary figures from last year's KS are now up for general sale if any of you missed out first time around.

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This is a multi part resin casting measuring an impressive 90mm tall, it was sculpted for my steampunk miniatures setting "Steam & Aether" but I should think it'd work well in sci fi, fantasy or Cthulhu settings too!

Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Chibi Zombies unleashed!

Hi all, Just a quick note to say that I've just released my first figures without using Kickstarter. These Chibi miniatures are to complement my Tooth & Sword range, Chibi animal adventurers.

The miniatures are cast in high quality resin and are around 300mm tall.

Get them here: http://meridianminiatures.com/tooth-and-sword/chibi-zombies

Friday, 5 December 2014

Online store now up.

Hi everyone, Just  a quick note to say that I now have an online store for Meridian Miniatures. The complete Steam & Aether range from my first KS is now available to the general public. I will be updating with the Chibi Tooth & Sword figures in the new year, go check it out at:
Meridian Miniatures


Monday, 15 September 2014

Interdimensional Bestiary Kickstarter.

Hello followers and anyone else that has gotten lost and ended up in my little corner of the web.

This morning I launched my latest Kickstarter campaign and it's gone very well indeed, I got all carried away and forgot to post here! Better late than never, it's only been a few hours after all, here are the details:


The project is live and can be found here:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/20 ... l-bestiary
Just over a year ago, with the help of many generous backers, I successfully funded my "Steampunk Army" campaign to produce miniatures for my Steam & Aether game setting. Since then the backstory for my Victorian sci fi world has grown, unveiling a rich setting that demmands to be populated.
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The first monster that I have chosen to create is this horrifically tentacled maritime mass, dubbed "Aequatherium Magnus", of the many concepts and sketches that I have compliled I felt that it was the most versatile in that it has plenty of scope for use outside of the Steam & Aether setting. I can imagine it being used in plenty of other sci fi/fantasy/mythos games.
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Of course, in the Steam & Aether setting someone needs to step up to the challenge of defeating such a monster, each side needs it's steampunk monster hunters to take to the tabletop! Both of these 28mm scale miniatures are cast in high quality resin and are timed limited figures available for the KS campaign, only seeing general release one year from campaign end.




After the success of my custom pledge level on the the previous "Tooth & Sword" campaign I've decided to add the same to Of course, in the Steam & Aether setting someone needs to step up to the challenge of defeating such a monster, each side needs it's steampunk monster hunters to take to the tabletop! Both of these 28mm scale miniatures are cast in high quality resin and are timed limited figures available for the KS campaign, only seeing general release one year from campaign end.




After the success of the custom figure pledge level on my previous "tooth & Sword" campaign, I've decided to do the same here, see the rewards section and FAQs for detail.




Thanks to all that decide to pledge on this more modest campaign, I'm only running it for two weeks so would appreciate you sharing it where ever you can.




Andrew May, Meridian Miniatures.

Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Tooth & Sword now on Kickstarter.

So busy promoting these that I forgot to post here! Better late than never though.....






 I've been working on these figures since before Christmas in my spare moments from full time commission sculpting. It's been great fun coming up with these figures and I'm really happy that I can finally share them with you. For those of you that don't know, the Meridian Miniatures team consists of just me with a little help from some talented folk providing artwork, graphics and so on. There's no design team or international manufacturing partners, I just want to share the best figures I can with those that really want to own them. To that end I've sculpted all of the figures myself and I'm having the casting handled by some of the UK's best firms, both metal and traditional resin options are provided, no crossing your fingers over novel or unfamiliar materials. This is a modest campaign, I'm not hoping to race through endless "stretch goal" figures but I am hoping to be able to give away all sorts of printed goodies and more should we raise enough to allow me to. Being a one man band I need all the help that I can to promote the campaign so please, if you can, spread the word, share on social media and any forums you frequent.
Many, many thanks.
Andrew

Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Steam and Aether setting revealed.

Meanwhile on my other blog......


http://steamandaether.blogspot.co.uk/

Over the last few months many of you will have followed my miniatures project over on Kickstarter. Over that time I've been musing over and planning out the background story and game world for my ongoing project. To compliment the miniatures that I have sculpted I wanted to create a new setting, separate from traditional Victorian Scifi and still different from the newer and established steampunk settings. So with the the concepts and story all set out I decided to approach a professional writer to coalesce my imaginings into a solid backstory. Mark Latham has done a marvellous job for translating my ideas, approaching the subject matter with great enthusiasm. I'll be publishing the backstory over the next week starting today. I hope everyone that decides to follow it enjoys what we have created. The next stage is the continued development and playtesting of the Steam and Aether ruleset, if you want to stay abreast of what I've got coming then please follow the blog and I'll keep you all updated.