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Nice. Good undead skin tone, excellent basing.

 

 

This reminds me that I need to snap a few pictures of my Incursion Sturmzombies.

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Thanks! Steve Buddle brought his 'A game' when he sculpted her. The mini's downright creepy even without paint.

 

Next up is a zombie in search of pants. As a result I'll post a picture taken so as to preserve what little remains of his modesty and a link.

 

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@Darsc Zacal: You're right on target. Avoided livid, mottled skin (mostly) & the obligatory blood splatter. Tried to keep her enigmatic. Zombie, ghost, vampire? Who's to say?

 

@vulture: Went purplish-grey with the skin on the two larger zombies. The recipe went something like this:

Basecoat: mix of Army Painter Ash Grey (2/3) & GW Nagaroth Night (1/3).

Shading: mix of Army Painter Uniform Grey (2/3), GW Nagaroth Night (1/3) & a tiny amount of GW Chaos Black. (Subtle at this point. Used targeted washes for the heavy duty shading later.)

Highlights: Reaper Mouldy Skin added to the basecoat mix, then straight Mouldy Skin, followed by Reaper Bloodless Skin, and finally a mix of Reaper Bloodless Skin with Reaper Linen White.

 

Wash: Mix of GW Agrax Earthshade & Secret Weapon Soft body Black (roughly 50/50) with a touch of Secret weapon Blue. (This is applied selectively to those areas most heavily shadowed.)

Glazed a little GW Warlock Purple and Reaper Bronzed Highlight in places for some some variation of the overall tone.

Lower Lip: Reaper Military Blue

Used GW Lahmian Medium throughout (except basecoat and wash).

 

 

The girl's skin was simple by comparison: P3 Carnal Pink & Reaper Military Blue, working towards pink for the highlights and blue for the shadows. Some additional white for the brightest highlights and the same wash mix as above for the lining and deepest shadows. A glaze of GW Nagaroth Night for injured/bruised bits.

 

The remaining colors relied on the addition of copious ammounts of AP Ash Grey and/or Uniform Grey (with a little white or black as needed) to the paints used.

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