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A pair of survivors from Hasslefree Miniatures
Assorted zombies from Cold War Miniatures, RAFM, and Mega Miniatures. The cheerleader originally had a pompom – but it broke off in the process of painting her… and her arm was just so spindly I couldn’t pin it pack on so I slathered on some more blood and said she has no hand!
I think there’s only nine or ten zombies left to do. I think it’s about time I took stock of things. I have only a few modern things left to paint. There’s some Americans, Generic US-backed South/Central Americans, Modern British SAS in temperate DPM, and a handful of Africans. I suppose if we want to consider everything post-ww2 “modern”, then there’s also a few Vietnam minis; ANZACs and Americans. There’s also the Killer B Games Geezers, Shut It! minis… and a bunch of vehicles to do… 2x M1, 2x Leopard 2, 3x Marders, 3x T-72, and a bunch of trucks and cars… a few helicopters and an airplane… And there are a few other things I’d like to pick up… (a few more Cold War Commies, 2x AAVP-7A1, Scimitar, BMDs, Humers…. And maybe a few other vehicles…). I guess that’s still quite a bit really, but for me it seems like the end is in sight.
After that…? I thought I might work on finishing up some of my WW2 forces… and I might… but I’m also feeling like it’s time to get back to working on my Great War armies and playing some of that. I’ve also been feeling the urge to finish up some Greek Armies for HOTT or DBA. I think I have enough for five or six armies – which would make for a pretty fun campaign.
Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:
The Last of the Zombies…