Sunday, 7 October 2018

Zomtober 2018 (Week 1)

My Zombie for Zomtober Week 1 is done! Thankfully this one wasn't too much of a challenge, so I was able to finish it in a couple of hours while dabbing bits of paint on a couple of other Zeds to get ahead of myself for this year.

My 2018 painting plan is a trio of Zombies in grey suits (returning to my triad approach I used in previous years), plus a Zombie Rabbi. I expect next week's mini to be another grey suit Zombie.

Zomtober 2018 blog roll (click names for links):
  1. Four Colour Super Minis - Rob
  2. Eclectic Gentleman Tabletop Gamer - pulpcitizen
  3. Brummie's Wargaming Blog - Simon
  4. Cheaphammer!!! - Kieron
  5. Miniature Mayhem - Terry Silverthorn
  6. Dizbusters Gaming Ephemera - Phil Curran
  7. The Wargame Addict - The Wargame Addict
  8. Saturday Mornings - Ivor Evans
  9. The Lost and the Damned and the Stunted - Dai
  10. Dead Lead Project - myincubliss
  11. Colgar6 and the Infinite Legion of Toy Soldiers - Colgar6

30 comments:

  1. Excellent addition to the horde!

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  2. Nice, where’s he from? Studio or Mantic?

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    1. Cheers. :)

      I think either Studio or possibly Cold War. The size of the feet makes me think Cold War.

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    2. http://www.cold-war.co.uk/store/p6/DWW6.html Dead Will Walk set 6

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    3. Thanks for spotting that Phil - I was right about the feet then!

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  3. Awesome job on this weeks entry dude!

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  4. I was going to ask where did this guy come from, but I see that question has already been answered. Looks good!

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  5. Brilliant stuff! I don't think I have one zombie in a suit and tie?!?! That's about to change 🙂

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  6. Nicely done Pulp, which miniature line is this fella from?

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    1. Thanks Tery. :)

      The mini is from Cold War Miniatures. :)

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  7. Impressive model and I do like your approach to 'batch' painting.

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  8. Very nicely done sir - and I like your "triad" approach :-)

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  9. Wow, these are seriously cool sculpts. Love the blue spot colour.

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  10. Nicely done ... the green skin tone actually works well off the blonde hair and blue tie, amidst the neutral suit colors.

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    1. Thanks very much FEM. :)

      The skin is my usual recipe, so more luck than judgement! :)

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