So here's the latest progress in my uphill struggle against the lead mountain:
These fellas are from the Zombicide board game made by Guillotine Games. Some might remember my earlier takes on some of the survivors from the original core game.
The well dressed chap in the middle is Bill the former prison director, a special promo miniature. Most (or all?) of the Zombicide characters are modeled after famous movie characters. But as I almost never watch any TV I unfortunately don't know on whom this figure is based.
The two other guys are from the "Angry Neighbors" expansion. Being companions (i.e. NPC's) rather than actual survivors I based them on clear acrylic washers to make it easier to distinguish these from the rest. The fellow on the left is dubbed 'Gunman' and I felt it appropriate to make him look like an elderly member of a biker gang.
The companion on the right runs under the label 'Handyman'. Being a craftsman by profession I simply couldn't resist the temptation to paint him up in my companies colors.
So that's it for this time. Have a nice sunday!
They are stunning! Great work.ReplyDelete
The companions are fabulous, but Bill is a masterpiece in Black&White.
My word those are absolutely stunning! Fabulous work Nick, really, really good.ReplyDelete
Absolutely fantastic painting Nick! Really excellent tones on these guys. We should play this game one day.ReplyDelete
Oh, what a great characters! fantastic brush work!ReplyDelete
Very fine detailed figures and wonderful painted. Congrats, Nick.ReplyDelete
Wahnsinns Job, besonders wie Du die Gesichter hinbekommst setzt mich immer wieder aufs Neue in Erstaunen!ReplyDelete
Splendid work. Perfect as usual, Nick!ReplyDelete
Super characters! Well done capturing them so perfectly :)ReplyDelete
Amazing paintjobs! Nice idea tying their role to their former "occupation" with the biker jacket, and company logo!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness. That is superb work! I already consider your work to be excellent but these are simply amazing. You seem to have found yet another gear to shift up to. Simply amazing! :)ReplyDelete
These are bloody stunning. Id love to know the flesh colours you used as they are different from your usual I'm sure.ReplyDelete
Thank you very much! And yes, I've tried something new this time using Foundry 61C Peaty Brown Light as the Base colour and added Vallejo Game Colour 72.003 Pale Flesh in increasing quantity for the highlights. Hope this helps.Delete