Thursday, 21 November 2013

Zombicide (Pt. 5, more Walkers)

I promised you another bunch of converted Walkers this week. So here they are. I'm giving you little text and a lot of pics today, as we have two rounds of minis.

First round, the original mini, as usual:

Pretty generic urbanite zombie guy
And let's go for the conversions. As I told you at the beginning of the project, I'm just trying to use and abuse the cliches, as the game itself does with the survivors.

Felt multicultural that day
Everyone has his right to feel zombie. This blog is against discrimination
A professor, this is a classic
Ready for duty, sir... ehrm, I mean... Braaaiiinns...
Don't know how I came into this idea
Until I had finished it I didn't realize it was some kind of evil Ronald McZombie. When you look closer at the mini it can become a little disturbing.

But I also did another round of Walkers, based on this original mini:

Another generic dull zombie
The first conversion was the most obvious one, the one that first settled in my mind, even before I begun to work on the Fatties...

C'mon, you didn't see this coming?
The one on the right was a zombie before it was cool
The high school football player looks hulkier in the flesh. Right, now I need a cheerleader...
I'll end this round with a single mini. You never know when zombies will rise, so bear this in mind; when it happens, you will be asked a question. What were you doing the day the zombie apocalypse started?
I just was with my vacuum, trying to break free
Be sure that you can answer properly and with dignity.

14 comments:

  1. Man this is always a pleasure to seethose conversions all made form a single mini. I have to say the zombie with a Fez, the Hebrew zombie and the ronald are absolutely great. I actually was worried when the MJ would show up and BANG it appeared, you're good you know that? :D

    The Fred Mercury one is also very subtle, you don't see it at first... very good

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    1. Haha, thank you! Glad you like them! I had a lot of fun letting myself go with these. When I finished them I came up with new crazy ideas, I should have done a Waldo, for example :D
      I'm working on the girls now. Kinda difficult, but I'll see what I get...

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  2. Wow! Que buenos! Me encanta el ronalmcdonal y el esperado jacko, en la segunda foto ya me Lo estaba eaperando jejeje, y eso que a mi los zombies no me dan mucho mas...

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    1. Jeje, como digo, me lo he pasado en grande dejándome llevar. Quería hacer cosas con gancho, con un poco de humor gamberro. ¡Muchas gracias, me alegra que te gusten!

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  3. Jo, hace mucho que no me pasaba por aquí... hay que ver qué avanzado lo llevas! Desde luego, de falta de creatividad no se te puede acusar, que nivelazo!

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    1. ¡Ya sabes, yo no tolero dos minis iguales! :P
      Tengo las chicas bastante avanzadas, a ver qué sale...

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  4. Hahahaha.

    I LOVE your last mini. And a fantastic advice. I'll keep that in mind. ;)

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    1. Haha, thanks! Yeah, be aware, you never know when it's coming...

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  5. Great paint , too cool the character on red … Michael Jackson ?
    Un gran saludo .

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    1. Thank you! Yeah, this game needed a tribute to Michael Jackson in 'Thriller' :D
      This crazy project is being totally fun :P

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  6. Iba a hablar del zombi hindú, pero con Freddie directamente te has superado.
    "Suberbio" tío!

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    1. Jaja, me alegra que te guste, ¡tú eres para mí una referencia en el mundo zombie!

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  7. I loved all your Zombicide conversions but these are the best because of the character and humour you have injected into each individual model. Very inspired work! That clown is just awesome, makes me want to buy it. Call him Gacy?

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  8. Thank you! I'm pretty much enjoying this nonsense, sculpting the first stupid idea that comes to mind is really fun. It's sometimes challenging to find inspiration to avoid repetition, but I'm trying to improve my sculpting skills and this is becoming a fine exercise!

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