Thursday, August 26, 2010

Valley of Isk Miniatures: New Ebay Store

I am starting phase one of a long term plan to expand my scenic business: an Ebay store. Phase one will consist of scratch built items, many of which are coming from my personal collection. Phase two will introduce a standardized catalog of pieces, and will begin to incorporate some cast bits in resin and plaster. Phase three will be the unveiling of a product line of cast scenic items for a variety of genres.

Here is the url for the Valley of Isk ebay Store:
Valley of Isk Miniatures on Ebay


  1. Oooh, you're selling your beautiful warhammer terrain! I look forward to seeing those bits you announced. Good luck with the sales!

  2. Hi Cianty,

    I am excited to move in to the casting phase, and hope to eventually find a good company to handle the production when that time comes. It will probably be a month or so while I develop my own small scale casting abilities and start using my bits on scratch built pieces. Once I have enough experience I'll be able to decide what items I might make available on the market for general consumption.

    Meanwhile It's out with the old and in with the new, as I raise some capital to move forward on all of this. I will miss these first buildings, but the next set should really be a huge improvement on what has come before. In particular, I am eager to eliminate my use of bits and components from other companies and start using only scratch built pieces from my own hand.

    Hope you are well and talk to you later!

  3. I totally understand what you mean. While I am very happy with the Tabletop World I too dream of working with my own bits and pieces some time. That is still far ahead in the future though.

    Again, good luck with your endeavours. I can't wait to see photos of what you come up with.

  4. A good solid long term plan. Good luck!

    Maybe I can nab some of those "Nikolai Ruskin: The Early Years" pieces before you become famouse and overpriced. :)

  5. Thanks Set! I hope NYC is still treating you well! Look forward to seeing you sometime when I am down there again.