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A Change of Plans

June 7, 2009 at 10:05 pm
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Yes, HBO has been holding auditions for the pilot of A GAME OF THRONES. In London, in Ireland, even in LA. It’s been tough finding the right actors for the roles, however, so we’ve decided to take a different approach. We’re scrapping the whole live action thing, and we’ll be doing the show as an animated cartoon. And who better to take charge of that than the guys who have done such a great job with SOUTH PARK lo these many seasons?

They’ve jumped right into it, and we’ve already got our characters:






Can you dig it?

All together now. “You killed Ned. You BASTARDS!”

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My Fans Are Pretty Odd…

June 7, 2009 at 9:21 pm
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… but this is amusing.
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Some More Cool Miniatures

June 7, 2009 at 3:03 pm
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Just because.

Here’s another one from Jen Haley. This is the Night’s Watch raven keeper figure from Dark Sword, but since I’ve already got several examples of him in NW black, I had her do this one as a Stark retainer. Not quite how I picture Maester Luwin, but maybe his predecessor.

And here is Jen’s take on Loras Tyrell, the Knight of Flowers, one of Tom Meier’s most spectacular sculpts.

Jen is not the only painter I use (I no longer seem to have the time or energy to paint myself, but even when I did, I was nowhere in the class of the “hired brushes” I employ).

Here’s a piece by Matt Verzani, Dark Sword’s official house painter. It’s the archer figure from the Night’s Watch, another great Tom Meier piece, but in this case we’ve painted him as Theon Greyjoy. (We have an actual Theon figure coming, sculpted by Jeff Grace, and greens can be seen on the Dark Sword website, but that one hasn’t been released yet).

Next we have another Verzani, this one his paint of Rattleshirt, the Lord o’ Bones. This time the sculpt is by Jeff Grace.

Another fine painter that I commission from time to time is Dave Gulczynski of WarPaint Miniatures. Here’s his version of the lady of the court.

And finally this one, Dave’s version of one of Jeff Grace’s wildling figures, the spearwife with the sword.

There’s lots more, but that should hold you for now. Enjoy.

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