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Well after watching @Rahz paint up some of his Black Plague Abominations, I decided I wanted to get started on mine.  So I though I'd gather up a WIP of my Journey through all the Zombicide Abominations.  

 

Modern: Season 1, Toxic CIty

Black Plague: Core (x2), Wolfsburg (x2),Rat, Alpha, Troll, Blob, and Minotaur

 

I decided to start with the Core BP set Abominations.  I also wanted to try out my scale 75 F&G Unnatural Skin set.  So here is where I begun.

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Life was a bit busy lately, so I didn't get to paint much till today.  I managed to get some blocking in of the shadows of the skin.  So I realized I should have mentioned the color's in the last photo.  Skin is SFG (scale fantasy & game) 16 - Hellbound Flesh.  I then blocked in the shadow area with SFG 13 - Undead Flesh.  

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I then furthur deeped the shadows with a mix of SFG 16 + SFG 10 - Misfits.

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So with my completion of my Modern Zombicide Abomination, I decided to get back to work on my Black Plague Abominations.  I really modern's skin and I wasn't feeling the previous BP Abom's progress.... So I started another couple of BP Abominations.   And once I started I couldn't stop myself so here was my progress for today.

 

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And Another one I started up the other day:

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This fella is definitely one I'm not going to finish up quick.  Although, I do plan on using a simple paint scheme.  In fact, I plan to use a similiar paint method from the old LTPK 1.  I started with RMS tanned skin on the skin and RMS Intense brown on the fur.  I then washed the whole thing in Les's Sewer Water Wash.  I then mixed in some Red wash and put a coat on the boils.  We'll see how long it take me to finish up this Rat Abomination. 

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Well no more work on the Ratabomination, yet.  I will have to wait till the new year I think.  I did however almost finish the BP Abomination, minus sealing and blood effects.  So it is another few days away from completion.  But as a preview, here is a shot of how it looks now.

 

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