Sunday, May 23, 2010


I managed to get some resin Jersey barriers from the Armourcast web page, I think these will add a nice touch to my Zombie terrain which will end up being what I call 'Small Town USA' as the title suggests a small town in the USA (more on small town USA later), the resin barriers turned out ok but not all the lines were straight ( you maybe able to tell in the photos), overall I'm happy with them, I added some black and yellow strips via water decals just to add that extra something.

Saturday, May 15, 2010


What did you expect ? you can't have a Zombie game without the Umbrella Corporation right ? so here they are, armed with G36k assault rifles and sporting a 2006 model H1 Hummer, these guys are the Ultimate in BAD ASS !

did I here you say Umbrella who ? here is the low down:

The Umbrella Corporation is a bioengineering pharmaceutical company in the Resident Evil universe. It is a major international player in a number of markets including pharmaceuticals, medical hardware, defense, and computers along with more clandestine operations utilizing genetic engineering and viral weaponry.

You get that ? I told you they were Bad ass lol.

I was to scared to attempt shading black armour on the miniatures hope they turned out OK  :)
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Saturday, May 8, 2010


This is a small pack of Zombie dogs, that I will use in my Zombie games, these little guys will be fast and ferocious, and will be roaming the urban streets looking for a meal or two. I think there superior speed and bite capabilities will make them very feared.

I found painting them a little tricky, as there was plenty of detail but it was low level and in some areas it was just blurry molding(if that makes sense), I find that when I paint plastic, once you apply the primer, it kinda over takes the details and you can sometimes end up with a a blurry mess, anyway I eventually got them to a state I was happy with, and so here they are.

Sunday, May 2, 2010


Ok, So I ordered one bag of Zombie dogs, 100 zombie wolf wolfs,  even those dreaded Zeds need pets, the doggie Zeds  I already new were plastic( I usually only buy metal minis), which is ok, but the small critisizm that I must make is that all 100 doggie Zeds have the same static stance, and its a pretty crap stance at that, they all came with the stance that the dog has on the far left in the picture, its like your pet dog puts out his paw so you can shake it ......aww how cute, WRONG ! it wont be putting its paw out for me when I bust a cap in its infected ass.

Anyway, so I decided that something had to be done, I pulled out my conversion untensils and started to cut one leg of here and glue it over there, and so I went on until I had a few different stances which I liked, from there I whacked on some green stuff, and tried to blend in the conversions, I think they turned out ok, I've got a couple of doggies with both front feet down, another with both feet up, in a movement like stance, one normal doggie straight out of the bag, and one other with a similar stance.


Scale wise they have turned out quite good, that was one thing I was a little worried about, they have plenty of detail so I think they will paint up quite nice, this I shall do during the week.