This began life as a clicky-base figure. I kept the skull the way it came out of the box, but I repainted the rest of the figure. The figure also comes on a strange base with some odd, green, translucent fog. It took a bit of work to cut the figure off that base.
Can you ever have too many zombies? I don’t think so. Some time back, when the HAWKs began this club project, we each bought one or two boxes of the Wargames Factory zombies. They are very nice, but there are no women. Last time I looked, women were more than 50% of the population. Chris and I split this bag of zombies about six months ago, but I just got around to finishing them.
After painting 700 rifles and backpacks on 10mm Prussians, I needed a break, so I painted a few zombies.
The zombie dogs were from a bag for the Zombies board game. I painted two of them. Each of the HAWKs took a few.
Just like when painting gangsters or cowboys, you can have fun painting zombies and zombie hunters.
Speaking of zombie hunters, here’s one with a hack saw in her hand and a severed zombie head in the other other.