17 September 2017

Walking Dead: Safety behind Bars

Finished up the second expansion of Kickstarter wave 2, of The Walking Dead. Safety Behind Bars is the part of the story line where the survivors live in the Prison.

Insane Morgan and Walker Duane
I've been painting both miniatures in the same colours as I used on their earlier version. The first models were primed black and these were primed brown. ... The difference in colours is huge. It's especially noticeable on Morgans skin.

The first version was in a box, so I didn't notice the different it made until after painting him.
Axel, Thomas, Andrew and Dexter
The four inmates from the Prison. Living there when the heroes arrive.
Andrea - Prison Sniper
Shown here next to her first version from wave 1. I decided to use the same colours for the cloths on all models like this. It'll give a nice feel when running campaigns, where survivors might get new gear.
Rick - Prison Advisor
The Riot Gear versions of the heroes are awesome. And I'm looking forward to getting both Maggie and Glenn in riot gear as well. They look so cool.
Eugene and Harold
These guys are a bit weirdly placed in this expansion. These guys are pit fighters from Woodbury, so they would really have been better fitting in that expansion. A nice couple of thug models though.
Prison Walkers
Painted up the two walkers from the expansion. They are shown here along side two walker from the farm expansion, that I painted up as prisoners. I really want a totalt of 6 prison walkers, so hopefully in a future expansion, they'll the fitting models.
Pet Walkers
Michonnes two walker family members. I've bough two mdf bases for these guys. So that they'll be easier to move around together. When I get those painted up, I'll make some chain pieces for the models.
Prison Guard Walkers
These models are awesome, and a lot harder to kill. There's only two of these guys in the expansion (and another in a retail booster). But I wanted a lot, as you place these on the map if a survivor with riot gear dies. I've made copies of the two models, with a home made press mold and greenstuff.

I've drilled and inserted paper clips in arms and legs, to give them strength. Then I've hot water bend the original models for more poses.

Notice that their legs and arms (and one is simply missing) are posed differently.

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