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On the work bench

This is the spot to view my current works in progress.  If I am working on a commission for you, my might see some in progress shots here.  If not you can see some of the other stuff I am working on.

Painting! Its on!

Jeff Henson

I am so happy to get my studio (office) back online and to get back to painting.  I've been trying to pair down my tools and rearrange things to give it a more open space.  Here are some examples of what I have been working on.  I need to neaten up the tartan on the first guy.  I did the tartan on a whim but I think it turned out ok so far.  The miniature is a stone giant from the Reaper Bones series that I picked up at ReaperCon 2016 but didn't start there.  The same is true of the female giant also.  I don't know why I decided to paint her purple but I really like the way its progressing.  I'm starting to doubt the white hair but I can always go dark later.

 Lastly is a Hill Giant from Reaper Bones also.  Since Reaper is doing a 25th anniversary celebration, they are giving out a free limited edition miniature each month on qualifying orders.  This has pretty much ensured that I will be ordering something from reaper every month for the next 9 months to get the special mini.  When I am finished collecting and painting them I will post a picture (but there are 9 months to go so don't hold your breath).  Anyway, that is a long way of saying that I picked up the hill giant as part of this month's order.  It is essentially an experiment with airbrushing skin as a foundation to build on before adding details.  I remember Aaron Lovejoy saying once that you can apply the colors to about 70% of what you need with blending.  You have to add the highlights and shadows to the deepest parts of the model but it seems to be working out pretty well for a first attempt.  Luckily I have a second Hill Giant to try out when this one is completed.