Last week I banged out seven of these guys from Zombicide Black Plague. I’ve taken a few pictures of the process and put together a quick tutorial of the process. I used washes and simple color schemes to get the figures up to tabletop standard, then picked out a few details on each to catch the eye. Continue reading “Four Album Heroes Tutorial”
A ragtag collection of flops, fighters, and a fifteen year old wizzard, sworn to fight the Legions of the Dead.
But are they ready to defend this small village from the oncoming horde?
Here’s about 2.5 hours of work on a second group of heroes for Zombicide. I still need to do faces, bases, and details.
Just a couple of heroes from Zombicide Black Plague, which I’ve been enjoying (again!) lately. It’s a great game with some really cool – but extremely cheap – figures to practice on or just play around with. I’ve painted up a couple friends’ favorites, along with a few I wanted to paint. I’ll surprise them next time they’re over.
These are ‘4 album’ minis, meaning less than an hour a mini. For that pace, I’m quite happy. I think they look great from tabletop height. They’re sloppy & in many cases I’m barely coating white primer with washes, inks, and thin/broken paint, but I want them to look childish, a bit like watercolor in places, and most of all… I want to crank ’em out in a night or two!
I didn’t even bother with mold lines, but I tried to catch a little of their wacky humor.