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  1. Silvervane

    Zombicide Wanda

    I decided I needed to finish something. I had her almost done except for the base since January. I went to paint her and I noticed her face had gotten an blob of blue from my rasia covering it almost completely. So I applied some W&N Brush Cleaner to it to clean it up. From there I repainted it, trying to match the colors as best as I could. I then attempted to freehand the base to match the diner tile to the best of my ability and desire, she is a speed paint for a tabletop game. She was a speed paint using Wappel's shaded basecoat method. I finished most of her up in a weekend. The rest I did up tonight. I wanted her clean to contrast with the dirty zombies. Here she is:
  2. Silvervane

    Zombicide Walkers Round 1

    So I started the year off with some speed paints of some of my zombicide figures. Zombie #1 was a base coat wash and highlight method. I didn't really like how it came out. But it is only a tabletop. Zombie #2 I decide to give the shaded basecoat method another go. I like how it turned out overall. So I decided to continue with that method and go with a blue theme for the rest of them. Zombie #3: Zombie #4:
  3. Silver Jack

    Zombicide survivors

    Hi, I had some free time and painted few survivors from zombicide 3. Very nice sculpts, not only in board games category. 150 minis left:) zombicide is a big game.
  4. As the title hopefully implies, my objective is to paint some several Zombicide Season 1 zombies quickly (for me) in January. They are going to be tabletop standard, as I want to use them for my game as soon as possible. With those goals in mind, I have taken a row from the group (4 walker, 2 runners, and 1 fatty) and begun to prep them up and paint them. The first one is complete and (in my mind) completely horrible, so no pictures of him. The 2nd one from my Jan set is another walker. I've spent approximately 2 hours on her total (including priming, no of lines). Now I've decided that I will actually do marginal line cleaning. Which will result in me having to reprimer a few of them. I base coated her a bit darker than I usually would for her base coat on the skin. I think on the next I will do that for all the colors. The rest were done normal mid tone. I then quickly applied 2-4 highlights where I thought they were needed. Then I applies a dark brownish wash all over. Followed by a 2nd wash only in the darkest areas. Next I reapplied highlights and added some details. It still needs sealer applied. But for the time I think it came out ok. I plan to follow this for the rest of my zombies, hoping that as I gain practice I will speed it up and refine it. Gore will follow on later zombies. I wanted a few relatively blood free for variety. This is my next walker. I applied RMS black primer as an experiment. With the (possible) cold winter days of the northeast on the way, I wanted an alternative to spending days cleaning and priming. I'll see how it goes. Now follows the rest I plan to paint in Jan:
  5. I'm priming my Zombicide: Black Plague plastic minis with Army Painter spray primer. How long must I wait after priming for it to be safe to paint? It seems dry now, though I only primed five minutes ago. I can pick up the figures with no problem. I'm anxious to paint. Is it necessary to wait any longer? Note: I've painted two Reaper Bones so far and each one took me HOURS. I'm going to practice speed painting on these.
  6. lexomatic

    lexomatic's fall 2015 WIP

    So I've been secretly painting a little, and not updating. I'm planning on doing a little bit more of both going forward. Currently I'm working on 2/3 of a pack of extra zombies for zombicide, a lot of undead from bones 2 (mostly skeletons, and some ghasts which are just waiting to get varnished at this point. and a few other items I haven't yet decided on - hopefully shelf of shame stuff so I can clear it off, and maybe a few modern pc types. 77159 ghast (#1 yellow cloth) a few WIP photos sometime this weekend.
  7. Here are 2 quick photos, individual photos to come. Started on my computer because the phone is taking some getting used to.
  8. As I wanted to paint something smaller between all the busts I started on this Zombicide miniature. My youngest stepdaughter asked me for amini of a dog painted like our pet Boxer Brutus. I put him on a nice street piece ( Thx to the EU Goodwill Box). Here is the star of the show. Brutus. Primed and ready to go.
  9. CashWiley

    Zombicide Season 1 Fatty

    Here we have the hungry, hungry zed called the Fatty (their name, not mine!) from Season 1 of Zombicide. Skin and shirt were Ginger Cookie based, I love this paint! Various shades were Intense Brown down into Chestnut and Muddy Soil (my current favorite dark brown). Highs were a Ginger Cookie/Bloodless Skin mix to cool things off and lend him a bit more undeathly feel. A little bit of violet red glazed into the shadows for further unhealth. The shirt subbed in Linen for Bloodless Skin, to give a little contrast to the skin highlights. Coveralls were Chestnut Brown shaded with Chestnut+Muddy. Highs were Carrot Top and Highlight Orange. Another fun Zombicide sculpt! I think I've painted more Zombicide minis at this point than anything but Reaper!
  10. CashWiley

    Zombicide Season 1 Walker 1

    I finished this guy in May, just getting around to pics... This is a pedestrian zombie aka Walker from Season 1 of Zombicide. I hadn't really intended on such a limited palette with him, but as I was painting the skin I started roughing in the shirt and liked where it was going. The greens are Olive Shadow through the Undead Skin triad with some white mixed into the top end. Hair and pants were Red Shadow highlighted with some of the greens and deepest shaded with a touch of Walnut. Here's a shot of him next to a warmer example to highlight the limit of his palette. Really fun projects!
  11. Nocturne

    Zombicide - Dakota (NSFW)

    External link as a bit NSFW, Non-nude but risque https://41.media.tumblr.com/edf2e113914c908c6e77305a25a15b84/tumblr_no4s3578nF1r6d50qo1_540.jpg The nose on survivor Dakota is nearly non-existant, the lips are the other hand are very much present. I think I've managed to create a passable enough face. The zombivor version doesn't have either issue.
  12. Since my group has been playing a fair bit of Zombicide over the past couple of months, and starting to paint the figures was one of the things that got me restarted with painting models, I'm showing off the first three here. I'm painting S2 Survivors & Zombvivors rather than the S1 figures because I'm painting them in their pairs and we haven't cracked open the S2 box(es) yet and so don't have their Zombvivors out. "Fred" is a homage to Simon Pegg as Shaun from "Shaun of the Dead" (2004) I took Shaun's black pants as a little challenge, as they're quite nicely sculpted. To make them look black, (they are SO black in the film and stills) while still picking out the sculpt detail - but without resorting to typical light greys and almost-white highlights. I think I pulled it off. In contrast with the pants (and several other Zombicide figures), the sculpt on his head and face was a bit of a shambles (the artwork isn't so hot, either!), and his cricket bat was clearly sculpted by someone who has never held or possibly even seen a real cricket bat, as the thing looks more like an American college fraternity paddle from a comedy film. I did pick out his two-tone-red tie, but I fear it is too subtle, and is lost in the general bloodstains on his clothing (taken from the point in the film where he's using his tie as a headband). "Don" is a homage to everyone's favourite hotelier - John Cleese as Basil Fawlty from Fawlty Towers (1975-1979) As always, I googled the character before beginning to paint, and found that in most images Basil's suit was actually grey and not the brown pictured in the Zombicide artwork. In the end I made the choice to stick with brown as a brown suit just feels so much more 1970s and "Basil Fawlty", somehow. I did carefully copy the colours of his tricolour tie from the reference photographs, though. This figure is quite nicely sculpted as well, though I found that has face again didn't photograph all that well. (and the figures appear shinier here than IRL). A small detail that can't be seen here is the shine and polish on living Basil's shoes that is absent on undead Basil's scuffed shoes. "Rob" is a homage to Sean Connery as John Mason from "The Rock" (1996) This was the easiest of the three to paint due to the almost entirely black outfit. I'm not really a fan of over-highlighting things, and as John Mason is supposed to be a black-ops type guy, I kept his gear nice and dark. I did pick out his medical lanyard in red, and painted his twin Uzi SMGs in Vallejo Metal Black with a highlight of gunmetal, so they're actually far brighter than is realistic. The sculptor of this figure did a good job of picking out Connery's trademark "smirk/people's eyebrow" look in the sculpt, and I did an okay job of keeping it followed by an average job of photographing it. The Zombvivor also looks better in person, as shiny transparent red over dark grey/black also doesn't photograph all that well. As always, a few more pics of the stuff in this update are on the wordpress blog.
  13. cameoex

    Zombicide Runner

    Finished up another Zombicide figure. I did the fatty last time so I figured I would try one of the runners. I am not spending too much time on these since there are so many of them to get through. Any C&C is welcome. edit - updated tags
  14. cameoex

    Zombicide Fatty

    I have had this guy primed for a while but I have put off painting him. Mostly because if I paint one I have to paint them all right Actually this guy was a test to see if I even want to paint the rest. I am happy with how he turned out so I will probably paint the rest. I ended up keeping the blood/gore to a minimum on purpose. We have some players in my group who are bothered by it on minis (the artwork doesn't bother them though..odd). I will change up the primer next time around. I used Citadel Undercoat Black for the primer. It is my only brush on primer (got it in my first set of paints). It goes on way to shiny and didn't take paint well. May have to pick up some Reaper brush on primer for the cold months.
  15. I startet a long while ago to paint the Survivors and Zombivors and did als a while nothing. So I started this weekend to proceedwith error corrections and some highlights. Made even new errors (Belles face). :-) I started also to make the bases looking like a street. My only problem is, I didn't found the color I want to use. I still need to look for the correct Vallejo color which gives me the color I want. Another problem I had with some of the bases was, I made it to thick, so it looks like the charakter is sunken in the base a little bit. I want to use also some of the files for the bases from another >>post<<. I will post in the next few days the others. All theminis will get a show off after I completed the bases and made my own Lightbox (which will need 2 weeks until I can proceed on it again ). About Josh's 'Guillotine Games'-Symbol. I printed it out with a inkjet. But it looked very weak, so I painted over the lines with white. Ned, Belle, Amy and Kirk Josh, Rose, Dakota and Brad Here you can see how I will store my minis: The following metal tray I can put on the top wooden strips in the box:
  16. First up is Josh: Painting the hoodie I couldn't resist a nod to Belichick. The casting of the left eye pitted, so I just did the best I could there. Next up, Phil: And finally, Ned: The area around the left hand/top of the gun/scope is all bumpy and miscast, so I did the best I could to detail it with paint. My first try at camo, more freehand wood grain. These guys were all a lot of fun to paint despite the mediocre casting. I tried a bit of freehand on each of them and was trying to work on painting faster and more accurate (to spend less time fixing/cleaning). I didn't really keep track of time like I intended, but I'd say maybe 7 hours for the three of them. Hope you enjoy them! WIP here
  17. CashWiley

    Flo, Zombicide Survivor

    Those zombies can kiss mah grits!
  18. CashWiley

    Doug, Zombicide Survivor

    Here we have the first survivor I've painted from Guillotine Game's Zombicide board game. WIP here
  19. lankwell

    Reaper Zombies

    In practice for Zombicide which we are receiving later my wife and I are trying a few of the Reaper Zombies (http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/zombie/latest/77014). We are playing with a few different colours to see what can be achieved and what looks good. Here's the first two: Next up is L2PK4, will try to get some better photos closer up too. All these ones so far have been a bit too far away I think. Here's our previous Learn 2 Paint efforts: http://www.reapermini.com/forum/index.php?/topic/46096-groupopenwip-l2pk1/?p=710480 http://www.reapermini.com/forum/index.php?/topic/46157-opengroup-wip-l2pk2/?p=716101
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