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Tuesday, December 2, 2014
I decided since I demoted most of my zombivors to zombies, I could promote a zombie to survivor.
"Come at Me, Bro" is the result, a ragged punk armed with nothing but grit and fists.
I also promoted Bones' zombivor to full survivor here. I like his pose; it reminds me a little of "El Mariachi."
Tramping around the internet, I found a Swedish metal band named Sabaton, and they just happened to have a lead singer with a mohawk, and guitarists with long hair. So I figured this pair of figures would be fun to represent the surviving members of that band.
Painting these went well. I may dig out more zombivors over the next few days and paint them up proper. I also still have some Rogue Planet figures I need to finish.
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Sabaton and Zombicide.ReplyDelete
You have good taste sir.
Great job dude!ReplyDelete
Great work sir!ReplyDelete
I especially like the mohawk guy. :)
Now that really looks like some nicely painted figures. The punk looks pretty spooky.ReplyDelete
As Vomkrieg says, sweet combination!ReplyDelete
I actually dug out my Bones, Grindlock and Mitch survivor figures; I think I have enough for almost the whole band! In any case, it's enough band members to field into a game. Maybe I need to write up a scenario: "The Band has left the Building!" I could use the season 3 outdoor tiles to represent the grounds at an outdoor concert festival.ReplyDelete
The punk from earlier will be demoted to a groupie since Mitch makes a much better Joakim Broden (lead singer of Sabaton.)