Sunday, 6 October 2013

Zombtober Entry No1

Well first Sunday of Zombtober and here is my first figures done. Finn from Hasslefree Miniatures modern adventurers line!





The Blog Roll so far.

Pulp Citizen
eclecticgentlemantabletopgamer.blogspot.co.uk/

Rob Bresnen
fourcoloursupers.blogspot.co.uk/

Doctor Warlock
the-illustrated-london-news.blogspot.co.uk/

Robert Audin
fiendsinwaistcoats.blogspot.co.uk/

The Demonic Visions
demonicvisions.wordpress.com/

Patient Zero (Shelldrake)
zombiewargame.blogspot.co.uk/

Hugh
colgar6.blogspot.co.uk

Clint
clint-anythingbutaone.blogspot.co.uk/

Michael Awdry
28mmvictorianwarfare.blogspot.co.uk/

Baconfat
baconfatblog.blogspot.co.uk/

Kieron
www.cheaphammer.blogspot.co.uk/

Lead Admiral
leadadmiral.blogspot.co.uk/

PMMDJ
metal-skirmish.blogspot.co.uk/

Lord Siwoc
lordsiwoc.blogspot.co.uk/

Mr.Marx
dinky-bloggity-blog-blog.blogspot.co.uk/

Doctor Zombie
www.lead-adventure.de/index.php?topic=43795.0

Dizbuster 
Via BOTLL and Brummieswargaming blog. (I will post pics up here for him)

Zerloon
zerloon.blogspot.co.uk/

Irqan
lrqan.blogspot.co.uk/

Christopher Sheets
dispatchesfromtherim.blogspot.co.uk/

Modhail
modhails-meanderings.blogspot.nl/

RRWIN
thecolorblindmodelpainter.blogspot.co.uk/

Maj. Diz Aster
thequickandthezed.blogspot.co.uk/

Deserter
wastelandminiatures.blogspot.co.uk/

Cheetor
sho3box.wordpress.com/

Matt
paintbrushandsuperglue.blogspot.co.uk/

ColKillgore
mlwodementia.blogspot.co.uk/

Terry Silverthorne
miniature-mayhem.blogspot.ca/

Gnotta
gnotta.blogspot.co.uk/

56 comments:

  1. Lovely work on that figure Brummie. The yellow really lifts the brown. Really nice.

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    1. Cheers Clint I hadn't had a go with yellow for a while and didn't want to do denim for a change

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  2. Brilliant stuff! I love this figure, and you paint job has done it justice. I especially like that yellow. Yellow can be a bugger to paint but you have managed it.

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    1. Thanks Rob. I mix my yellow paint with a bronzed flesh paint it covers far better that way.

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  3. Nice work! I am also impressed with the yellow jacket: looks like some subtle highlights there. Great choice of figure, too. He looks tough, but not overloaded with survival gear.

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    1. Thanks Jon one of Hasslefree Faves I like his hair most of all lol.

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  4. You just know nothing is going to get past him! Well done Simon.

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  5. Sorry for the absence. Lovely miniature Simon. No longer my scale, but those Hasslefree figures make me pine for 28mm again!

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    1. No apologies needed my friend :) Thanks for the comment.

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  6. Nice! I've often had trouble with yellows (too bright, not covering well enough...), but that looks very effective.

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    1. Thanks add some bronzed flesh to the yellow it helps alot

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  7. An impressive mini and painted to your usual high standard. Well done, Simon.

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    1. Thanks Bryan. Nice to see you about the blogosphere again.

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  8. Lovely ......................................

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  9. Looks great. I particularly like that you've done him in colours that are completely impractical in terms of hiding.

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  10. Thanks Very much. Indeed he was obviously out shopping when disaster struck :)

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  11. Very nice! I love that mini. Superb paint job, as usual!

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  12. love it, love the yellow! You have zombies at my place today as well :)

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    1. Thanks Dezmond I know Can't wait for Season 4!

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  13. Great start mate. Nice choice of colours. :)

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  14. Great painting Simon! Love the yellow top!

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    1. Cheers Ray it does some quite popular!

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    1. Thanks he was one of those 'had to have' when he came out!

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  16. Love the Kevin Bacon hairdoo!

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  17. Outstanding looking survivor! Good color choices!

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  18. Great Justin Beiber lookalike mate!

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    1. Ha Ha :P I wouldn't know what Justin Beiber looks like you got a confession to make secret Beiber lover?

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  19. Really nice work. I can paint bright yellow, but I cant paint it in such a way that it actually looks like a cotton hoody.

    Lovely work on a lovely miniature.

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    1. Thanks Cheetor, Seriously try using bronzed flesh as a base coat or mix it in with the yellow it really makes it coat well.

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  20. He looks ready for action, no cowering victim here!

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  21. Great colour combo Brummie, first class work as always

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  22. Really really nice, excellent work Mate..

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    1. Thanks very much Gnotta kind words :)

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