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Zombicide: Black Plague: Fatties 1

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Base coat layer done.  Just noticed from the close up pic that I missed a tongue on one of them.  Quickshader next.  Blood goes on last.

 

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Very nice!  Love your bases too.  Can't wait to see more.

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Quickshader done.  Hampered by my ability to apply the Testor's DullCote to remove the shininess because it's so cold outside.  I'm hoping it will hit 50 at least one day and I'll be able to get them as well as my walkers and runners who also need the same treatment.  I'm just guessing on the temp.  If anybody knows how warm it needs to be outside to apply the spray, please let me know.

 

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Nice bunch!

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Nice group of fatties you got going there.  Trying to decide how to tackle my Black Plague mini's.  I like how these are going.

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Nice group of fatties you got going there.  Trying to decide how to tackle my Black Plague mini's.  I like how these are going.

 

My strategy is to paint them without any original thought on my part whatsoever, but to steal shamelessly from Sorrastro as much as possible.  Maybe after I've finished painting all my Black Plague figures, I'll start to gain enough confidence to start making some painting decisions on my own.

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