Sunday, 12 November 2017

Walking Dead AoW Sandra and Patrick

Production slowed down the last few weeks have been mega busy and had some sort of lurgy which has just left me feeling way too tired at night to sit and paint for much time. Can't seem to shake it but managed to get concentrate on a couple of miniatures and get a few more Walking Dead figures done. Some more survivors finished this time round a 'Runner' Sandra and Patrick a 'Bruiser' class character.

Derek and Leon are not far off completion and provided I don't get distracted should be ready in another session or so.






32 comments:

  1. 2 rather nice additions. I would be very pleased If I had painted them that s for sure.

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    1. Thanks Clint. I had just hoped to of had 8 figures finished rather than 2 lol. Nevermind.

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  2. Super work Simon, I hope you shake the large soon.

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  3. Once again a wonderful scenery (love the skeleton...) and a great paint job!

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    1. Ta Phil. Scenery is old but serviceable its just a bit better than the top of a storage box.

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  4. That's a top notch job you've done DESPITE having the lurg Simon, and here's hoping you get well soon!

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    1. Thanks mate. Me to I want to get gaming with painted things!

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  5. Great looking pair of survivours and I do like the more lightly armed type of survivours too.

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    1. Thanks Joe. I agree and its something that follows through the Walking Dead range. Though some heavier armed types are appearing but knowing where abouts they are from the comics can understand why.

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  6. Oh Brummie, how did you do your bases? I was rethinking my recent zombie efforts.

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    1. Hi Phil. Dropped you a PM on Facebook. But basically I just use a thin layer of Milliput. Textured with a dampened kids plastic paintbrush press into the putty until the right texture is achieved. Just dab the brush off on some tissue before hand as if it gets to wet will turn snotty

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  7. Marvellous duo, Simon. Always nice to see your scenery being shown off too!!

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    1. Thanks mate. I need somewhere better to take photos with tbh.

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  8. Echoing everyone else, they look absolutely brilliant!

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  9. Nicely painted, and I love the colours used. The miniatures are rather nice, too.

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  10. Great work on both minis and that baseball bat looks ultra realistic.

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  11. Very nice work mate, cracking stuff. :)

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