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Sunday, September 11, 2016

Zombicide Black Plague: A couple randoms

My friends I played a bunch of Zombicide Black Plague this week, so I picked up a couple random survivors to finish (they already had a couple colors on them.) This is Theo and Genevieve. I like these sculpts for their simple designs -- sure, they have a few extra details, but they're not over-the-top, leaping off rocks, unfeasible armor, giant weapons, etc.

I'm still waiting for some guest boxes to arrive (which I pre-ordered, but should have just bit the bullet and added during the Kickstarter campaign -- oh well.)

I'm still in book illustration mode, so the minis painting has taken a back seat. Hopefully, I'll have the illustrations finished and few more minis (Tail Feathers and a few more Zombicide) painted by the end of October. That's when Conan the board game is supposed to arrive! I've been looking forward to that one for a long while.

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  1. Great details and fantastic colors!

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  2. More wonderful paintwork Carmen! You need to post some photos of one of the games!

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    1. We were having too much fun playing and forgot to take pics.
      I even had the week off and my friends and I played several games of Zombicide BP, Space Hulk and Stormcloud Attack -- all using my painted minis. It was glorious :)

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  3. Stunning, particularly like the crossbow armed lass.

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    1. Early in the campaign, she was one of my early favorite sculpts.
      I might get some more painting done here soon, too; Thrud has arrived!

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    2. She's a unique model for sure: a decently armored ranged attacker *and* a decently armored female figure. Bow-armed figures often tend to be a bit fragile and/or elves; she's obviously neither. I like the pose contrast with Theo too: he's rampaging, she's cooly eyeballing her next shot.

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