Wednesday, 23 April 2014

HALF A TRAY! HALF A TRAY! ONWARD INTO THE VALLEY OF UNDEAD!

Only half a tray down, and I thought the vixens were endless! I'm trying to diversify by giving each line a different skin colour and different coloured clothes, but it's getting a bit same-y anyway. Still just ploughing on with them.
Mind you, by the time I've finished them my horde will have almost doubled in size. Which is not a bad thing.

Let's crack on shall we? Time for the latest rogues to join the gallery.

I NEVER NOTICED ALL THIS BLOODY LITTER BEFORE.

MUCH BETTER SHOT OF THE THONG THIS TIME.
As usual from Left to Right. To start us off this time we have cigarette sales rep Dona showing her ass. Walker. Next in line is fitness enthusiast Delwyn, even though he followed Rule No. 1 they still got him. Runner. Following him is our second female on this occasion, doctor's receptionist Iona, in an even worse state of undress than Dona. Another Walker. Last but not least is semi-professional footballer Rhys. Another Runner.

Other zombie related goodness this week came in the form of a movie. VHS 2, it and it's predecessor are anthology horror movies. It features a series of found footage shorts. The zombie segment "A Ride in the Park" directed by Eduardo Sanchez and Gregg Hale, is real good. Let's just say, the attack on the kid's birthday party is priceless. The rest of the movie is good too, especially "Safe Haven", about a cult, directed by Gareth Evans (he directed The Raid) a fellow Welshman.

Right then, I gotta get back to painting. So until the next time dudes and dudettes heed the DUDE and "take it easy".








12 comments:

  1. Still looking good, Bob!
    I can imagine how it would get tedious by now, but surely a sight of a growing horde gets you motivated enough to keep going? :)

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    1. Thanks Mathyoo.
      Tedious with a capital T. But it's only 2 lines and there's 6 more to go. Gulp!
      It will not break me!

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  2. Whilst I have painted the same repetitive uniforms on identical figures hundreds of times over, I don't think I'd have the same motivation you have with the zombicide zeds.
    As always they're looking good.

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    1. Thanks Joe.
      I've hired a "motivational" coach.

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  3. More sterling work, I just can't get around to starting mine yet.

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    1. Thanks Michael.
      All in good time sir.

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  4. Painting Zombicide zombies is a daunting task. But even though your progress is slow, it's still progress. I like your African/American zombies. And dammit all, you have to admire women who wear thongs! Sterling work, Bob!

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    1. Thanks Bryan.
      I'm not the fastest painter, but I'm sure it will feel better at one tray down.
      The thong is probably one of mankinds great inventions.

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  5. Slow but steady wins the race Bob!

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    1. Thanks Adam.
      Yes I'm a bit of a tortoise!

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