Sunday, 30 March 2014

MORE ZOMBIE MASHUPS.

FIVE MORE DRAG THEMSELVES IN TO FOLLOW THE HORDE.

THE UBIQUITOUS BACK SHOT.
A few more mash-ups for your viewing pleasure. Put these guys together from various plastic kits, namely WGF, Mantic and Studio. No cutting or putty just a kitbash really. Super simple to do, an idiot could do it. Oh I did!

Ok then on with the identity parade from Left to Right: Kicking us off is Selwyn an enthusiastic beachcomber. He comprises of WGF legs,Mantic torso, arms and head. Next is Taliesin (famous old Welsh poet) a dune crawler. He's made from a Mantic set of legs?, a WGF torso and arms, topped of with a Mantic head. In the middle of the group, on the last of the "beach" bases is Aled. Looks like too much lovely Welsh sunshine has had an effect on his skin, that or his face has been eaten. He's put together using Mantic legs?, WGF torso, Studio right arm and head. Following Aled is another dragger/crawler called Bedwyr put together from Mantic legs?, WGF torso and arms, completed by a GW demon head. Bedwyr has brought along a snack in case he gets peckish. Finally we have another hospital type zombie, a doctor in a white coat this time, it's Dr Caradog sporting an impressive exit wound.

Apart from more conversions and kitbashes this pretty much brings an end to my multi-part plastic zombies. Looks like I'll be putting in an application for pocket money from the wonderful Mrs.K, in the meantime I'll have to face my fears and crack on with my Zombicide figures. Ooh survivors!!

Until the next time, listen to the DUDE and "take it easy".




11 comments:

  1. Great conversions bob! Something I never quite tried (for some reason, I like my plastic kits "where they belong" - but I don't mind converting them, ha!). I played a bit of a "guess what" game reading your description and did okay...that demon head was out of known zone :P.

    I've noticed you've been doing some beach bases...surely we can expect an AAR of a pool party that went wrong? What about "zed ball" - a bloody version of a volley ball? :3

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    1. Thanks Mathyoo.
      Kitbashing is a relatively easy way to come up with unique models, no sculpting needed, when you can't sculpt that's a good thing.

      I like your idea of "zed ball" sounds like a winner. AAR's are still a long way off but why not.

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  2. I do like them, Bob, especially the three "crawlers." That is an impressive exit wound in the doctor. You ought to be able to see daylight through that hole!

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    1. Thanks Bryan.
      I had to use those "crawler" legs? up somehow. It doesn't show up on the pics, but you can see right through him.

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  3. Nice job the crawlers look really good. Shall look forward to seeing the zombicide survivors done as well

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    1. Thanks Simon.
      I think I'll be having a go at the various zombie types first, moving on to the survivors when I'm a little more confident in my painting abilities.

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  4. Your horde is getting very impressive very quickly, nice to see even more variations too.

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    1. Thanks Joe.
      Variety, as they say, is the spice of life.

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  6. They really are mashed up Bob, great stuff!

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    1. Thanks Z Ad.
      You gotta mash spares dude.

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