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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.


Jeff Henson

So I was supper excited to get these in the mail the other day.

I have always been a bit of a tool junkie -- if you have followed me for a while you may remember that I have built paint racks, have rearranged my work-space several times, made my own miniature holders and tons of other miniature related fiddling.  When I saw these at ReaperCon last year, I have been wanting to try them out but never really found a chance to pick one out.  I saw Jay Adan 3D print one and seemed to like using it.  Seeing it in practice peaked my interest even more.  Just as I was about to make one, I saw this KickStarter from Rathcore and jumped all in.  

I've been using them for about a week now, and I have to say that I really like them.   The bar doubles as a stabilizer for your hand as well as on for your brush when you are doing fine detail.  They also make handling a miniature upside down while getting into the hard to reach areas a snap.  Or more of a snap.  There is really no good way to reach the hard to reach areas on a miniature in a snap, unless its a break with reality but that is a different sort of snap.

True to Jefferism philosophy (Read that as obsession), I now have it my head that I can make my own version of them using cork stoppers, brass wire,  and wooden spools.  Why? You ask.  Simple.  I can't leave well enough alone.  I know that Rathcore makes the best holders around but somehow I feel that I will be more connected to the hobby if I make my own version.  Sort of like the idea that a Jedi must forge his own light saber before he becomes a Jedi.  If I am successful I will post some pictures of them.