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Cursed City: zombies, part 1

I have completed the first five zombies from the Cursed City box, and they have a lot of fiddly detail about them:

Okay so those coffin tops on their backs are held there by a steak which runs through the chest of each model and out the other side. The coffin tops may have soil on them, and flowers, and grass tufts, and maybe a gravestone, some flowers, some candles(!) and a bird. All these details – to say nothing of the roots growing through and out of the zombies – mean as you paint you’ll be making a lot of passes to pick out different bits. This is not the kind of model set you want to use for a zombie horde, in my opinion. Painting up the ten in the box will be quite enough for me!

10 comments on “Cursed City: zombies, part 1

  1. imperialrebelork
    January 1, 2022

    Nicely done mate

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    • davekay
      January 1, 2022

      Thanks, I am planning to pick up the painting pace this month and get the Cursed City zombies and skeletons done

      Liked by 1 person

  2. theimperfectmodeller
    January 1, 2022

    Very nicely done Dave. Happy New Year.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Wudugast
    January 1, 2022

    I’ll admit I keep getting scared off from painting these, they’re really lovely models but as you say – hellishly fiddly. You’ve done a great job on them though. 🙂

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  4. Argentbadger
    January 2, 2022

    Looking good! Perhaps this level of detail is best for the skirmish game of Cursed City and you could get some slightly less blinged-out zombies if you ever fancy a horde of them.

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    • davekay
      January 2, 2022

      Luckily I have the SAGA revenants if I ever need a horde, I would definitely look for something other than these models to paint 50-100 of!

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  5. T. Maxwell-Harrison
    January 5, 2022

    Excellent 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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