Wednesday, 16 July 2014

New Horde Started.

Well I have caved in and here are my latest zombies. Yes a change of scale and manufacturer and material and focus! I must have had another senior moment!

These are all Soft plastic from the board game "Zombies" which in itself if quite a fun game. As you can see they are all the same pose, and I have 100 to paint in all so I needed a quick uncomplicated way to batch paint them. Still loads to go but I have the next 17 undercoated and ready to start.

That will have to be it for today as I have some 1/300th scale cold war stuff calling my name and I am itching to get some more done.

So have fun. Enjoy yourself and hope to see you all soon.

Best wishes Clint

24 comments:

  1. Well, I didn't see that coming! I quite enjoyed this game, before Zombicide took all my pocket money! Great job Clint.

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    1. Thank you Michael. It will be more 6mm cold war next time, Just warning you in advance.

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  2. It's a good start to your horde. Clint.

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  3. Now where did that come from, straight outta the left field Clint very nice work

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    1. Thank you ANDY I don't always work on what people expect. Although some people did know it was coming!

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    2. You may have been expecting zombies but for what purpose?
      Thank you Anne

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  4. Oh, 100 and all in the same pose? That's pretty bold. Do you plan on doing at least some conversion? I can't paint 2 same miniatures, let alone 100 :D

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    1. Any conversions will be minimal. Bending arms and such like. But they will be horde zombies fodder so no need to go to far. Thank you Mathyoo.

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  5. Definitely left field Clint! Thowing in a few zombie clowns?

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    1. No Zombie clowns or dogs at this stage.
      Thank you Ad.

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  6. Good to see some zombies on your blog. I still have this game, it was a lot of fun then Zombicide came along and stole the crown.

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    1. Thank you Bob. These figures are not for the Zombies game though! I am sure everything will become apparent in the end.

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  7. Interesting that you're opting for 20mm, I suspect you'll have a good reason for doing so.

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    1. I do have a 28mm zombie horde. But and this is the big but no terrain for them. Thank you Joe.

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  8. Just look at those comments Clint. People sure do love zombies!!!

    Thank you dahlink.

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    1. I suspect Blogger has been playing tricks with your comments Anne. But thank you Kindly.

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  9. Would you just look at those comments. People are so pleased to see zombies on your page.

    You are a sweetie :0)

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    1. Thank you Anne. You see I do zombies sometimes. I could tell you my post schedule up to Sunday. But a little piece of suspense might be quit pleasant!

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  10. Nothing like a horde of zombies looking to shake your hand. Great job on these Clint I have the same bag o zombies but their sameness daunted me.

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    1. Thank you Robert, but needs must when the devil drives. Muhahahahaha!

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  11. Good luck painting the zombie horde! I'm going mental just painting the zombicide ones, I can't imagine what 100 of the same pose at that scale would do

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    1. Thank you Paul. I do really need to crack on with some more of these. As mentioned above I am only painting these in a really quick way so as to get as many done as I can bear to.

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