Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Hirst Arts Elements Part I

Here are photos of 15 of the roughly 120 Hirst Arts elements that I have available to me. Sorry for the quality of the photos, I was shooting these with my iPod, which has terrible resolution. I have painted very few elements, but I will post a couple that have been painted tomorrow. This first set of photos includes a bench or temple pew, a treasure chest, a wooden door, and a door to a prison cell. This second set of photos includes a brazier with flames atop it, a stone door, a steel door, and a gate. Here we have a series of photos that include a crate, an empty barrel, an urn, and a small pool.
Finally, we have a peaked door, a large metal-bound and locked door, and a basin.

7 comments:

Dangerous Brian said...

Very nice. If nothing else, the dungeon scenery moulds themselves would be worth picking up.

christian said...

Wow! Those molds are great!

David said...

I love my hirst arts molds... really need to get back to casting.

Oh, and I keep reading the title of the post as Hirst Arts Elementals!

Bard said...

Wow, those are really nice. Can't wait to see them painted!

2eDM said...

@David: I keep doing the same thing. I can imagine a great flurry of the molds attempting to swallow a stalwart band of adventurers whole to create new molds. :P

Aos said...

If I didnt have at least two moves coming in the next couple of years, I would totally do this.

John said...

Very nice. Please share again after you paint.