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About Metallic Monsters

You put so much into your character. All your time and imagination poured into making them perfect. Why not make them to last?

We Are Making Your Heros Immortal

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Procedural Products
24210 NE 20th st.
Sammamish, WA 98074

Who We are

Daniel Mitchell

Daniel is a lover of all arts and has a degree from Washington State University in Fine Arts. Born and raised in Washington, growing up he found a passion for photography especially of the outdoors. Getting the chance to combine digital artwork and creating it out of bronze in the great Pacific Northwest is the best of both worlds. The opportunity to create artwork to last ten lifetimes is something he thought he could only dream of doing.

Cameron Wheeler

Cameron is a Mechanical Engineer with a love for all things metal. He first became interested in bronze casting after becoming obsessed with bronze age artifacts.

Frustration with low-tech casting methods led to working with John to develop our 3D print to metal process. "I love building tools and machines to improve our quality and make our jobs easier"

John Roper

Since my first Dungeons and Dragons session in 1984 I have been in love with tabletop gaming and fantasy worlds. I loved becoming an epic hero and helping to write a collaborative story with my friends about dark powers and legendary creatures.

As I got older I wanted to make these stories ever more rich and detailed. To put life into every little crevice of the worlds we were building. This desire led me to miniatures and mini gaming and this, in turn, led me to 3D printing.

With 3D printing I could fill my gaming worlds with a huge array of amazing characters and creatures. And I fell in love with the amazing sculpture of the best of digital artists I was printing. But ultimately was dissatisfied with the limitations of the plastic these prints were made out of.

So I have devoted the last three years to learning metal casting, allowing me to bring these fantastic figures to life in a sturdy and detailed form.