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Thursday, December 22, 2016

Zombicide Black Plague: Scenery and random figures

Well, first of all, I should probably explain my months-long absence. It's an easy explanation: I'm in a new relationship -- my first serious relationship, and she's wonderful. Not much more to say about that; I'm sure you've all been there :)

Anyway, I also finally got back to some painting, including these pieces of scenery I made for my copy of Zombicide: Black Plague. The doors and the chests are actually from my Conan Kickstarter; I specifically ordered extra copies of the doors and scenery so that I could have these for ZPB.

The chests I'm using as objective markers, and beneath each is painted a red "X," except for the two (one each) blue and green objectives. I had an extra, so I also created a yellow objective. I also-also painted extra chests using the objective colors for custom scenario ideas (where the objectives would be know, for example.)

I also painted up a few characters from a couple of the ZPB guest artist boxes. I still have a few ZPB figures yet to paint (at least of those I WANT to paint -- I have plenty more that will stay in storage, unpainted for the time being.) Hopefully, it won't be three months again before I get around to painting again.


  1. Great to hear things are going well and love the new scenery items too.

  2. Glad to see you are back, and congratulations on the new relationship.

    As expected, the figures are great, and since I am not familiar with ZPB, it is extra fun to see them for the first time with the "Carmen" treatment!

  3. Well, if that isn't a perfect reason not to be blogging I don't know what it. Congratulations Carmen, that is terrific news.

    Wonderful looking minis by the way. :)

  4. Congratulations!
    Glad to see you're back though.
    These miniatures look fantastic.