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Whats on my workbench

Here with an update. Dreadfleet is not the only item I have on my workbench right now. I have a few projects I am attempting to complete right now, and I thought I would share them with you. First up are some characters for my current Pathfinder campaign. If you recall, I painted up a Wood Elf for the DM, Jamie.

The first image here are characters I am currently painting, and hope to finish next week.

From left to right we have a Paladin and Elf Rogue for my good friend Alex. Next is Rian, the tank and supreme combat monster of the party. And last is the revenge seeking Ka’zrik. I am rather proud of how these miniatures are turning out, and hopefully the players will be happy with them too.

Up next are even more miniatures for Pathfinder. These ones are not painted, and I still have a bit of conversion work to do on them.

In order we have Deuryn, a very powerful fire mage. Next is Slax Ravenguard, another character I am painting for Alex. He must have a thing for Paladins. And last but not least is my character, the fire dancer Trysanna. For Deuryn, I have to finish his flame covered arm, and fix his head. It just doesn’t look right. I don’t have to worry about Slax, as the miniature is good as is. And for Trysanna, I have to sculpt some hair and pin her arm in place.

Next up we have a conversion I am working on for my Skaven army. This lovely thing will end up a Plague Monk unit filler, in the form of a bloated and infected Rat Ogre.

I have a bit of work ahead of me to get him done. I need to but on a fair amount of fur, boils and sores, along with bandages. I also need to get a suitable head for him, and another arm. At the moment, I am happy with how he is turning out. I hope to make him match my Plague Priest.

But wait, that’s not all. I have, believe it or not, been making some slow progress on my own Art Scale Ultramarines.

You will notice that there are 3 marines nearly finished here, only lacking the pauldrons. I need to order those from a site that does 3d printing. I also have all the legs I need for a single tactical squad (Vander) and the command squad. I am focusing on getting the legs done first, and then I will start finishing the torsos. Those of you with keener eyes will also notice some Forge World bits lying around. Yes, I finally have them. I had to get a friend to cut them in half just so I could use them. Progress should pick up a bit on these guys, as I can actually finish a full squad now.

That’s all for now. I hope to have an inspiration post up sometime before next weekend, but we will see how that goes.


  1. Avatar Hunter on November 9, 2012 at 3:01 pm

    Hello Trysanna, I play Heroscape, and before, i was content with finding other miniatures and converting them into heroscape pieces and making army cards for them. But, I have recently discovered Reaper Miniatures and have gotten very interested in doing my own conversions. However, I am having a hard time finding anything that can teach me how to do it properly. I only know of some kind of adhesive called “green stuff” is very much used but I know little else. Your conversions look pretty cool and I was wondering if you could offer any advice before I ruin a figure trying to change weapons or poses. Painting will also be another battle.

    TY, Hunter

  2. Avatar Pyph on June 8, 2013 at 6:22 am

    The workbench, I always enjoy to see what you and others are working on. Helps me stay inspired for my own projects, keep it up. -Pyph

  3. Avatar Balti on June 11, 2013 at 3:38 pm

    Hey there! Just wanted to say I love reading your blog and look forward to all your posts! Carry on the fantastic work!

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