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      I'm a noob (about 5-6 weeks of painting) but am happy with this guy and his rusty armor!
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    • By KruleBear
      I am still not happy with the skin tones I have come up with for my basic Zombicide zombies... Most have been too green. So I wanted to try something more of a pale skin to grey color.. And believe it or not I am out of Bones zombies and that's to experiment on. So I found Goldar who is my proxie zombie. 
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    • By Crowley
      Even a barbarian needs his teddy bear! This was an idea originally tossed around somewhere in the off topic threads ages ago that I'm only now getting around to working on.


       

      Decided on a slightly more subtle positioning of the bear by tucking it around the back. 
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