Thursday, July 7, 2011

More Ziggies!

Not much time this week so I'll let the zeds speak for themselves.
If anyone would be kind enough to call out what they are
I would appreciate it. Sorry about being short winded, but
I'm dealing with a full sized crisis, not 30mm :) Cheers!

9 comments:

  1. They look great, but I am at a loss as to where they are from.....

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  3. great job, i love the guy with the gas mask

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  4. The zombie at the far left is Drew the Zombie from Musketeer Miniatures. Next to him is a bulky zombie from Four A Miniatures. Unfortunately, I don't recognise the other three, but they all seem very similar so I'd guess they're from the same manufacturer. Nicely painted bunch, Roger.

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  5. They are from one of the WWII lines. I bought them in a real store believe it or not. Several of the packs did not have a lot of WWII identifiers on them so I bought them. They are nice.

    Thanks for the kind words guys. BTW a tip, the light grey I drybrush the skin with I used to highlight some of the clothes. It didnt look particularly gray and made a nice highlight. Zombies are fun to fool around with :)

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  6. Here they are Grind-house Sturmzombies
    http://www.scifigenre.com/itemDetail.aspx?nItemID=90090&sid=G

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  7. The first time I've seen Incursion Zombies painted up in modern way and it looks awesome!! Well done sir!

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  8. Holy crap! I've got those Incursion zombies and I didn't recognise them! As Adam said, it's the first time I've seen them painted up as civilians. Very clever and very effective!

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  9. Thanks Bryan. I am trying to find uses for every zombie or conversion I can. I intend to start modifying modern civilian figs as zombies. I am thinking that superfigs civilians would be good for converting. I have some but need two more packs.

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