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Zombicide Modern Abomination

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Well over Minivember I had high hopes of great accomplishments.  For me that entailed finishing more than one mini, 30 hopefully.  Well, I failed to achieve that.  I did however manage to start and finish another Zombicide mini (more actually, but they will be in another post).  He was a relatively quick paint for me, and with the idea of table top.  I gave the Tamiya Clear Red a try for the blood effects.  I like the effect just not execution.

 

Well with out furthur fanfare or words and such, is my Zombicide Abomination.

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Thanks for any C&C you feel inspired to give.

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Thanks for the positive feedback.

On 12/7/2017 at 11:16 AM, Baldur8762 said:

I think it looks amazing! It's very detailed for tabletop too!  I think the blood effect looks great! 

Yeah, perhaps Tabletop +, I figure these are the big baddies of the game so a little extra detail since there are only going to be 2 of this version in a game.

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