Last Night on Earth: Zombies with Grave Weapons and yet another 7 Zombies

Last Night on Earth: Zombies, Zombies with Grave Weapons

Following on from the 14 LNoE zombies painted in a week back in early October, and then followed by another 7 painted later in that month, I knuckled down and painted up all of the remaining Zombies from my LNoE games and expansions in November.

As mentioned earlier, the Timber Peak standalone expansion zombies came in different shades of brown and green to the base game, so I decided to paint them in different schemes – the ones posted earlier being blue, and this last set of seven in purple.

Last Night on Earth: Zombies with Grave Weapons

Then there are these sculpts – from the Zombies with Grave Weapons expansion. it comes with a few cards and rules as well as two sets of seven zombies – again in green and brown, so that’s how I painted these ones. Nicely, these ones don’t have any repeated sculpts as the original set(s) do, so they were a lot more fun/interesting to paint.

Last Night on Earth: Zombies with Grave Weapons

If I had managed to continue posting in November, these would have all been posted up as individual sets as I got them done, but seeing as we’re now some time later – and these are all models from the same board game/expansions – it feels entirely approriate to post them up here together.

13 thoughts on “Last Night on Earth: Zombies with Grave Weapons and yet another 7 Zombies

    • Cheers, Wudu! I’ll have to get a full shot of all rest of the LNoE zombies added together with these. I’ve now at least got enough walkers for most basic tabletop zombie games.
      (and a pile more poxwalkers, in a pinch! 🙂

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  1. What a horde of zombies you must have now, the painting in different shades turned out brilliantly, and allows them to be continued used as the sets, but as a whole blend together seamlessly

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  2. The blood looks great and as I’m pretty sure we’ve discussed before, most people’s attempt at blood spatter doesn’t look as good as they probably hoped. What I like best is how grim and grizzly they look together. Maybe the blood tones everything down and that is creating that effect but I think your color choices really make everything work too. Excellent work on these board game pieces, mate!

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