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I've started VC a while ago because I needed an evil army to complete the circle - I've got brets on the good side, ogres neutral, and now VC on the evil side.
Yesterday, I finally got round to painting some of them. I started with a batch of 10 zombies which took me about 2-3 hours.
Right now, I've got 20 skellies, 30 zombies, 10 GG, 10 ghouls, 4 vamps, 5 blood knights, a varghulf and a corpse cart left unpainted. Once the skellies, zombies, corpse cart and ghouls are painted I'll be buying another batallion box; the other models will be painted as diversions so it doesn't become a drag
The bases are still blank as I haven't decided what I'm going to do with them.
The dark brown parts are scorched brown with a catachan green wash (which only really shows in the pic with the guy with the missing arm), and the skin has gotten a brown ink wash after which it was highlighted with rotting flesh, which also doesn't show on the pics (I guess it's the lighting)
Anyways, on to the pics :rofl
the inspiration for the next one came from someone on the CN forum; I thought the idea was genious
Woah, they look really good man. I love the way you've painted the organs and skin. It looks like they've just been resurected or summoned. Also i LOVE the model with an arm on the floor, it reminds me of the scene is saving private ryan where that guy is looking for his arm.
Nice! I really like those organs and eyes
Wow these look fantastic! The guy looking for his arm is by far my favorite. Is that how the model came, or did you modify a model to make it that way? If the model came that way - I want to buy that individual model just to paint it
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nice zombies :>
Is it jus me, or is GW obsessed with large, oversized hands
hey, what those zombies have is a very real problem. don't make fun of thier hands, they were born that way. (or unborn? hmm)
looking good. planing on inking the guts to make em look squishy and bloody?
Am I the only one to be appalled that the seccond rank zombies are laughing at the one with a missing arm?
They're quite nice although I would really advise a wash on the eyes (scab red) to give them better definition and what not.
Up, up and away!
I don't plan on inking the guts as I want them drier (they dried up because of the time spent in the dirt) ... that, and the paintscheme for my ghouls will be bloody enough :ninja3: