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Friday, March 12, 2010


So I'm in a lull right now. I have some more gladiators on the way. I still need to order some new bases (I have one or two to hold me over until new ones arrive.) So that project isn't finished yet.

In the meantime, I've been working off and on with a dragonman mini from Reaper. It's a figure a friend of mine (Charlie) wants for playing as a dragonborn in D&D. I'm still dealing with the conversion work on it: Giving it a mordenkrad (sculpting a mordenkrad) and making a cape. The cape I'll do last; I need to dig out the old jig again.

It's been quiet otherwise. I was restless yesterday evening because I had so little to do on the painting table. I guess a break will be all right for the weekend. Maybe I should brush up on the Red Sand, Blue Sky rules.

1 comment:

  1. Yeah! Go for Red Sand Blue Sky. The game deserves some playing :)

    I myself am playing it way too rarely.... but I hope to change it when I have any gladiators painted.
    Now I am only using paper standees...