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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.

ReaperCon testing has begun...... sort of

Jeff Henson

So those of you who know that ReaperCon is my favorite convention, know that I try to start early to so I am prepared without having to scramble at the last minute. Those same people also know that I fail every year to accomplish this goal. This year appears to be <drum roll> no different.
So here are some pictures of what I am working on currently, some of which may be entries. I don’t know yet. First off is a test — only a test — of the Reaper Efreeti system. This wonderful sculpt is part of the new Bones Black line, although I did modify her slightly. I’m trying out the color scheme on my “Practice” version first, then I will move on the actual piece if I like the result. Feel free to tell me what you think. I’m always open to feedback.

Next up is a wolf shaman that I am messing around with. I have an idea for him which is still evolving but it looks to me like he is shooting some sort of spell from his his hand. I see him running across a moss covered log, ready to jump off the end, but I am not fixated on that.

This is a scale75 piece that I have been working on for fun. She might be going this year or not. Depends on how much I like the way she comes on. Also she is a 75mm figure so that gives me more room to play around.

Lastly a Reaper Bones Black Rock Troll. Not much to say with this guy except he is a little farther along than the last time you saw him.