MayaCast is having a charity auction to benefit the V Foundation for Cancer Research for a Miyamoto Mushashi miniature, painted by Tom. One of our generous Patreon supporters who won the monthly painted mini donated his painted mini for the cause (thank you, Greg Fawcett).
Then WarCor Sterling Rutherford offered up his entire collection of painted JSA models for the cause – some painted by him, some painted by Tommy Back.
And then artiste extraordinaire Florian Stitz kindly donated an original piece of art of Mushashi to be included as well!
The auction is now live on eBay, and you can find it HERE.
Even if you cannot participate in the auction, every dollar counts – so we have also created an event page on the V Foundation website where you can donate any amount – Found HERE.
Let’s see how big of an impact this amazing Infinity the Game community can have in the search for a cure!
Check out this stunning Clausewitz Uhlan painted by Tommy Back, Studio Ultramega, for Arizona Armageddon!
Check out all of Tommy’s stunning miniatures on the Studio Ultramega Facebook page. Also check him out on twitter at @tommyback_back. With Tom Schadle Miniatures no longer accepting painting commissions, I would wholeheartedly suggest you reach out to Tommy for all of your Infinity painting needs!
Here is a gallery of all of the fantastic paint jobs that we received for our Dynamic Duo painting contest! Make sure to listen to Episode 77 to hear the winners announced, and to see what we have in store for Quarter Two!
Check out the beautiful entries that claimed the top three slots in our Second Quarter MayaCast MasterGlass competition.
Congrats to our overall winner, Dmitry Bogdanov, for his absolutely stunning Shasvastii Sphinx TAG conversion!
In a very close Second Place, Sam Benson with this gorgeous Gecko TAG.
And rounding out the top three is Josh Van Zaane with an incredible Jotum TAG.
Also, congratulations go out to our raffle winners Frederick Pettersen and Neil McManus! We encourage everyone to participate in our next Contest, as everyone is eligible for a random prize draw! Thanks to all the participants – you guys did a GREAT job!