Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Painting Zombicide - A Horde Approaches

Ok, a quick update on all the hobby goodness I've been getting up to recently;

I left off last time with the first batch of models spray base-coated... and that was about it. Well, since then I've painted on all the block colours - to speed things up i painted them in groups of 8, picking out one or two main colours to use with each group.

I also dipped all of the models and matted them down (which turned out to be more hassle than i expected) and highlighted them all up, see? It has been a productive week!

Base-coated and ready to go!

And here's the post-dip models in all their shiny glory!
And here's my Progress Fatty!
 I also began painting the blood onto them using Tamiya Clear Red paint - love that stuff.

Once I've finished the blood, all I've got left to do is the bases and the first 32 are good to go! Hopefully I'll get them all done before the next Zombicide Kickstarter launches...

See you next time!


  1. Might be late for this batch, but you can quickly color in the eyes with a red 005 micron pen.

  2. You can also save time by having an analog single-color clothing scheme. It works particularly well with the female zombies. I will be stealing your clothing scheme for the male walkers. Good color choices!

  3. Hi, thanks for your comments. Using a pen for the eyes is a great idea (i hate painting eyes, so anything that makes it easier is good haha) so i might have to give it a try.