Miniature casting services: Do you have an own sculpt you'd like to have some copies of? You can cast as many as you want if you pay for casting services.
Miniature casting services: Do you have an own wargame or boardgame miniature sculpt you'd like to have some copies of? You can cast as many as you want if you pay for casting services. I've included some 3D printing services that specialize in miniatures. I've listed the commission miniature casting services by area.
If you see (Games Nexus) listed in the links for a casting service or 3D printing service, it means you can find product reviews of their work on our website. If you see the name of a person highlighted as a link, it means you can find an article about that person and their work.
There are two kinds of moulds you can use to cast miniatures:
Rubber moulds: They are made of rubber, cheaper to produce. You can cast metal or resin miniatures from these.
Steel moulds: They are made of steel, have a longer life, but more expensive to produce. You can cast polystyrene, PVC miniatures this way.
Prodos UniCast: An interesting version of steel moulds, seems to be cheaper than the usual moulds.
- Michal Hartlinski (from Prodos Games): Prodos UniCast is here: Preview article.
- From the Warp: How to find a good artist for commission work: Guidelines for ordering commissions.
- From the Warp: How to find a good client for commission work: Guidelines for those who take commissions.
- Spikey Bits: Cheap is Not Enough! Painting Studio Study: Review and comparison of miniatures related services.