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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Zombicide hordes completed!

Here  are all my zombies painted with a simplified monochromatic technique (mostly just drybrushing the three or four colors.) Simplifying the process allowed me to paint all of these figures in a total of about six hours.

I guess I should add an asterisk: I still have to paint the zombies I just recently acquired from Jeff. These that are painted represent at least those from my original collection. All of Jeff's are standard (gray) zombies; They'll get painted for sure, eventually.

Yes, I'll play some Zombicide with these figures, but it's also nice to know that I have a good reserve of zombies should I want to play any other zombie game (of the skirmish variety.)


  1. You've achieved a great effect there, it will look awesome in a game. Now let's see some gaming shots!

  2. Impressive - both the paint job and the time in which you did it. Stunning effect considering the time spent and a game using these will look pretty darn good.
    All the best,

  3. Its a great idea and will look amazing on the game board.

  4. Epic horde in a epicly short timescale, Kudos sir!

  5. That's an awesome idea that i'll steal !

    Great job.