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Zombicide: Black Plague: Male Zombie

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Base coat layer applied.  The plague skin doesn't show up well in these pics.  I still suck at photography, but trust me, the skin is tinted green, not gray.

 

I followed Sorastro's YouTube guide.  I would point out if you're thinking of doing this yourself that there are a few details of these particular minis that are hard to make out.  Just above the walker's left boot, there is a patch of skin showing through a torn patch of his trousers.  I painted over it on all seven and only noticed at the end.  Watch out for that.  Similarly, I didn't initially catch that the tunic is torn off his abdominal area, but it's intact over the back, so I had to go back and paint over the back after I'd missed it.  Lastly, on the back in the right armpit there is a patch torn that's dangling.  I couldn't make it out at first, so paint the cloth, but leave a bit of flesh above it.  The left shoe is missing, too.

 

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Quickshader seemed to go okay, but it's still got some residual stickiness even after 18 hours plus the shine.  I sprayed it with "Clear Acrylic Matte Coating" by Tree House Studio, yet it still seems shiny.  Trying to decide whether I should spray even more or try a different spray.

 

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