Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Back to the Zombies!

Another light week, with only 2 more Zombicide Zombies getting completed, as well as another Skeleton for Frostgrave.

Here we have another Walker & Runner.



I am quite aware I should be getting a few more of these done during my painting sessions, however I've never been a fast painter & am my worst enemy when it comes to distractions. 

However I also got another of the old Citadel Skeletons figures finished.


 
Back to my current distractions; I have 10 Mantic Ghouls on the go (we are quite short on these for our Frostgrave Campaign. I have also started work on some large slug critters from Brimstone (which I will use as either Giant Worms or create a creature based on them), most likely they will be used in 'The Worm Hunts' scenario which will be forthcoming in a couple months.

As well there is the new variant of Necromunda which has everyone in a tizzy to get kill teams done up for, so I had to stop by the local game store to see what caught my eye for that. Certainly not lacking for things to do hobbywise.

Oh & did I mention it was that time of year when the Stanley Cup playoffs are on & we actually have 5 Canadian teams in the race for it, which includes the Ottawa Senators (the team I root for).

Thanks for stopping by!

9 comments:

  1. Two more great zombies to add to the collection and having had a great game myself last week a couple have landed on my painting table - where I have no doubt they will languish for an eternity!

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    1. Thanks Michael. looking forward to seeing them painted up...that's the thing with Zombies, they can languish a really long time & still come out looking creepy.

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  2. Excellent work on the latest zombies as well as the skellie Terry. :)

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    1. Thanks Pulp, still have quite a few of those old school skeletons on the table.

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  3. Sharks will win. ;)

    Small progress is still progress Terry. I REALLY like that skeleton. A classic sculpt and he looks great.

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    1. Thanks Dai, yes those old Citadel skellies were great with the numerous variants with each pose. As for the Sharks, well we shall see.

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    2. Sharks were rubbish. Thornton and his silly beard goes home.

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  4. Any progress is progress! And this isn't just anyprogress - lovely work. Hope the Senators do OK.

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    1. Thanks Herbert on both fronts. The games are certainly close, gut wrenching & exactly what a person would want in a Cup Series.

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