Category Archives: Histories

VFM Histories: Tools

  I was asked in an interview yesterday what tools I use when I sculpt. I will use about anything really. The tool might be something made for sculpting, or something I have made for a specific job, or even … Continue reading

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VFM Histories: The Awards

I actually won two Awards for my BGWWII figures. I won the GAMA Award for Best Historical Figure Miniatures Series of 1999 and 2000. I was the last to win in the 20th century and the first to win in … Continue reading

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VFM Histories: The “Cartoon” Soldiers

The “Cartoon” Soldier figures, or “Cartoon Figs” as they would be called, would be the look of the figures I would make for the BGWWII game for the next couple of years. They were made to be simple, fun, animated … Continue reading

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VFM Histories: The Transition Figure

The Transition Figure After the failure at the distributor show, I set about working the first of the new strategies for the figure line, changing my style. What I came up with was a guy I called “Pumpkin Head”. He … Continue reading

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VFM Histories: First BGWWII Figures

The first BGWWII figures… …Attempt. Here are my some examples of my second attempt at sculpting and mold making of 28mm type figures. You can see on each figure how my energy went towards visually creating the essence and struggle … Continue reading

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VFM Histories: First Figure

My first figure. (circa 97) Something isn’t it? Back in the Battleground days, it was decided we needed figures to go with the Game. Since I was an artist, everyone assumed that I could just sit down, make some figures, … Continue reading

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VFM Histories: Toy Soldiers

Note:  VFM Histories will be a series of articles revealing what led up to and what is now called Victory Force Miniatures. Toy Soldiers Long before VFM or BGWII, I played war with anything I could find. I had in … Continue reading

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