George R.R. Martin (grrm) wrote,
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Dark Sword Bonanza

Dark Sword Miniatures have just rolled out five new figures in their Ice & Fire range, all sculpted by the incomparable Tom Meier. I thought I'd give you guys a peek.

First off we have Benjen Stark, younger brother of Lord Eddard, and First Ranger of the Night's Watch.




Next up is Bronn, sellsword, sometime companion to Chiggen, occasional henchman of a certain Imp of House Lannister.



Then there's Young Robert: which is to say, Robert Baratheon, Lord of Storm's End, wielding his warhammer at the Battle of the Trident.



Next, Lady Lysa Arryn, sister to Catelyn and Edmure, wife to Jon Arryn, mother of Sweetrobin.



And finally (for now), Maester Luwin, tutor, healer, and counselor to House Stark of Winterfell.



What you're seeing here are Tom's original sculpts, done in the sculpting medium called "greenstuff." When cast, all these miniatures will be in pewter, in 32mm scale.

For more information about these, and the rest of Dark Sword's figures, check out their website at http://darkswordminiatures.com/

More figures are already in the works, from both Tom Meier and Jeff Grace.
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