Wednesday, December 26, 2012

A Hirst Arts Christmas

I can't possibly complete with others who deliver a more compelling Merry Christmas message: the angel of death is a poor substitute for the christmas angel. 


Still, these images represent some amazing Hirst Arts dungeon porn.  Full disclosure, i`m not responsible for the following dungeon pieces, nor the accompanying embellishments.


You can find the embellishments here, at Scibor Miniatures, and the forum thread at the Hirst Arts site, both of which you will find quite inspiring, if only from a Hirst Arts construction standpoint.




7 comments:

Ken Harrison said...

Very cool!

Aaron E. Steele said...

Thanks, are you back online and G+ing now?

Tim Shorts said...

Wow very nice. Hirst puts out some great stuff.

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Sean Robson said...

Wow, those embellishments are something else! Thanks for the Scibor link - got to get me some of those!

Seasons Greetings!

Aaron E. Steele said...

@Tim: Hirst produces some really well designed construction blocks and accessories. The "plates" that adorn the passages are from Scibor, check out the link. Happy holidays to you and your family!

@Sean: You're welcome. I'm going to put in an order from their site in the next day or two, as I really love those plates. Best of the season and try to stay warm!

Tony said...

Great looking scenery - I had not seen the plaques before - they look awesome.

Thank you for pointing them out.

Tony