Well, the base for the rabbit ranger I am working on, no matter what, was too big. To make it work, I would have to add a handful of figures, and still it may not be the right size. So, a month or so ago, I bought a new base, and I started working on it a couple of days ago, and glued down the foliage last night.
Next up is attaching the figure to the base so I can finish painting him. His feet need work, and I can’t get to it them until he is removed from the poster-tac. Now, before I do that, I need to decide if I want to do some freehand on the interior of his cloak. I do in many ways, but I need a pattern first. Hmm…
Work on Guild Ball continues. I am done with most of the team, and I am currently finishing up Kraken. After Kraken, I need to work on either Shark or Corsair–my captain. I like the stats/character of Shark, but I am not a fan of the model. Corsair I like the model a lot. We will see.
I don’t love them, but they are good tabletop. And in many ways, tabletop has been quite liberating. I can move on when I normally never would. There is still work, even for tabletop, that I need to do. Angel’s nose needs to be fixed (if I had only left it alone). The mini painter in me wants to continue on them, but I also need to move on to ReaperCon work. Plus, these will be played with in in a dim room, from 3 feet away. Tabletop works, and these look good. They don’t look good blown up on a digital photo.