Some bloggers out there do show us what they have 'on their workbench' from time to time. Which is always interesting, providing us, the audience with a frame of reference for our own efforts. Those who've been to DevosIV will know it's boundless wastes and limitless vistas (it's a double garage - woo-hoo !). However, as ever, my crap expands to fill the available space. The only things actually on the workbench are "Grant's Spectres", shown above. The rest of this stuff is scattered across
These boys are another squad of flecktarn panzergrenadiers for PVP to paint. These and their unassembled buddies have maxmini torsos to make them extra, extra special. Sticking GW plastic to maxmini resin appears to be a little tricky, but then whoever said playing with toy soldiers was supposed to be easy ?
Flitting around the garage brings us to this project, which is a DKK armoured squadron (tank company). If I ever feel a little bit 'meh', I open the box and bask in the rays it gives off. Trying hard to resist starting it until the ASL armoured squadron is finished - one more troop of 3 LRMBT to go !
Devils in skirts. The edge of the zip lock bag you can see there contains all of the Tam O'Shanter wearing heads for them. Cadian doner bits are in the boxes under the workbench.
Vostroyan command chimera. Needs three las guns transplanted to each side. The las guns are between the skirts and flecktarn bits on another table that isn't supposed to be a workbench.
Three Anocenti Humpback vehicles (counts as Salamanders). These have needed painting for months.
On the shelf above, there are five more mid turret chimera to replace the old ones the DKK surrendered to the ASL. I had a burst of energy and threw these together ages ago. They need to go into the box of DKK armour once they have been lovingly base coated.
There is more stuff; dark mechanicus, a sort of chaosy walker, some Cadian medics, my DE (weeps) and some more Edlar bits; all things that I have begun and not really got anywhere with. What I really need is a plan. So I'm going to consider what the end point is; where I want to be with all of this. And then work backwards.
All I have to do now is cogitate on what that end point is. And then work out where I am now. And then break the in-between bits down into parcels of work. Its just like being at work (sighs and slopes off to put the kettle on).