Monday, May 17, 2010

This just in!

A routine traffic report turns up something hideous.

Traffic copter reporter Skip Chandler indicated a snarl in the downtown traffic flow, following the snare, he's found a riot of sorts.

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birds eye

These are a bunch of my zombie minis set in the proper setting, an urban nightmare!

The cars are all 1/43 scale, from various sources, the 'scenery' is mostly from the World Works cardstock stuff.

zombie attack

Here's a group shot of the minis I've recently finished up.  They are all Griffin Minis.

group

Sorry about the quality of the pics.  I REALLY just don't get the photography thing, and to be honest, it's the most boring part for me.  I mean it's fun to post my minis and I want to be able to get feedback and such, but getting a good picture seems harder than having a fun time at the dentist...

Here's a few close up shots....This one was 'Shot through the Heart'....

streetwalker

Here's an old fella that got caught in his robe...

breakfast zed

I've got plenty of minis (and believe it or not, some aren't even zombies!) ready to paint, and I am really going to make a concerted effort to not only post more on the ol' blog, but also make a setup so my pictures turn out more like what the minis actually look like.

I'm also going to try and alternate the minis I paint.  For instance, zombies this week, maybe sci fi the next.  I've even flirted with the idea of Cowboy miniatures.

Anyhow, I hope someone out there is reading this.  If not, it's still a nice place to see some sort of progress in my hobby.

Until next time!

1 comment:

Allison said...

Hey, I'm reading this (again)! I just thought to comment this time...

Nice urban zombies :) It's true that even a low-traffic blog can serve as a kind of reminder of how skills progress.

I myself haven't posted anything on Painting Agency since about May (pre wedding). I'll make you a deal: you try to post stuff on your blog, and I'll try to post stuff on mine. Even if almost nobody reads them. What do you think?