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  • Taking on the Dark Arts

    Taking on the Dark Arts

    Dark Art Studios turns 12 at the end of the year we manage to catch a few words with Byron about the new Vengeance Miniatures range and the new Table Top game from Dark Art – Arena of Doom.



    Hey Byron, please tell us about Vengeance Miniatures?


    The new miniature range is 35mm heroic scale and will be made using traditional techniques out of an alloy metal which is our own formula.


    How did the name come about? Vengeance Miniatures ...
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  • Color my World

    Color my World

    This project was an experiment in color and in pushing my boundaries. I was inspired as a kid by Frazetta, Boris, Suydam, Corben, who all defined the "fantasy palette" of the 70's and heavily influenced the direction of fantasy painting thereafter, as evidenced by Bisley, Bonner, and numerous others. Their colors were rich and kaleidoscopic and seemed to work together without clashing (usually). I've always been fascinated by their use of color. Rackham painters steered in this direction in th...
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