Do Not Miss 2016 Week 43


What happens when you put together the art of Karl Kopinski, Joaquín Palacios and Marc Masclans? An amazing collaboration based on Paolo Parente’s Dust franchise for Terrible Kids Stuff.

It’s incredible what Raffa has pulled out in this otherwise kind of uninteresting bust. The work speaks for itself!

The other collaboration for Terrible Kids Stuff of Karl Kopinski, Paolo Parente and Joaquín Palacios.

More work from Thomas David for Kingdom Death, we are never tired of it!

This harpy is another great creation by ‘Spectrum’ award winner Forest Rogers.

Amazing transformation work by ‘Master of the Forge’ in these Chaos Obliterators

Great painting of this bust by Arnau Lázaro.

Interesting bust in 1:10 from this new company, Neko Galaxy, to be announced soon.

Very interesting sculpture of this sailor by Stéphane Camosseto for Blacksmith Miniatures.

Amazing and very interesting sculpture of an orc shaman from Ouroboros Miniatures. Soon to be released in a crowdfunding campaign.

Roman Gruba is finalizing his huge display for Monte San Savino, this is one of the last busts he painted.

Roman never ceases to amaze with the way he approaches miniature painting, like the sudden inspiration from a burning coal he uses to paint this slaughterpriest.

Emuse always doing great works, very nice and smooth.

Nice sculpture by Luc ‘Thantor’ Pinganaud for Black Sun Miniatures.

Leonardo strikes again with this miniature, now aiming for the tabletop games size.

Winners of the Golden Demon Europe 2016 that took place early this month.

Miniature painter, sculptor and huge enthusiast, established 2005. Very passionate about community, events and conventions, has won plenty awards in contests worldwide. Miniature art devotee, engineer, contest judge and teacher, focused on spreading the word of what we do in the miniature world!


  1. This is a very rich week for sure.
    The terrible kids creations are very nice and thanks for the Neko Galaxy’s link. I’ve completly missed this artist so far.


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