[Modern]
Shotgun Joe

Shotgun Joe is done. Here is the paint list:

  • Trousers
    • 71.057 Black
    • 70.994 Dark Grey
    • SWW002 Heavy Body Black
  • Cap

    • 70.899 Dark Prussian Blue
    • 70.899 Dark Prussian Blue

      &

      70.820 Offwhite

      &

      70.927 Dark Flesh

  • Skin

    • 70.927 Dark Flesh
    • 72.093 Skin Wash
    • 70.927 Dark Flesh
    • 70.820 Offwhite

      &

      70.927 Dark Flesh

  • Jacket

    • 70.956 Light Orange
    • SWW021 Red Black
    • 72.093 Skin Wash
    • 70.956 Light Orange

      &

      H2O

    • 70.956 Light Orange
  • Shotgun
    • 70.826 German Cam. Medium Brown
    • 72.038 Scrofulous Brown
    • 70.865 Oily Steel
    • SWW002 Heavy Body Black

An here is the finished model:


[Modern]
Shotgun Joe

Joe has all the base colours applied.


[Modern]
Shotgun Joe

Prime night! Joe was airbrushed with Vallejo surface primer black 28.012, now he is ready to be painted.


[Weird War II]
German Mad Doctor and his Zombie creations

The undead Kampfgruppe is done:

More detailed pics can be seen on my webpage.


[Weird War II]
German Mad Doctor and his Zombie creations

The rest of the models is done except the Dr. and the grass on the bases:

The green hoses didn't look so good after all, so I repainted them in grey.


[Weird War II]
German Mad Doctor and his Zombie creations

The officer is done.

  • 70.950 black
  • 1/2 70.871 leather brown 1/2 H2O
  • 70.862 black grey
  • 70.869 Basalt grey drybrush lower half
  • 70.951 white drybrush lower quarter


[Modern]
Shotgun Joe

While looking for miniatures I could use to convert to 40,000 militia/gangers, I thought I could give the WWII american infantry from Warlord Games a try, as they could be easily converted. I ordered one model through Mega Bitzshop to check on its size. Luckily I did so, because the model is way too small compared to GW, probably 25mm vs 32mm scale.

So I decided to use the model as an addition to my modern characters. I cut away all the webbing and the obviously WWII style boots.

I then used putty to resculpt the areas into plain cloth.

The shotgun arm I left off for ease of painting.


[Weird War II]
German Mad Doctor and his Zombie creations

I highlighted the skin with dead flesh and the bandages with white. The eyes and teeth were painted white, as were the skulls on some of the models where the skin already rottet away.

The bone and teeth will get a brownish wash. I am unsure if I will leave the eyes as is or add a wash to give them a more defined outline.


[Modern]
Mercenaries

The mercenaries are done. The shotgun was glued to the side of the model, the string over the shoulder is made from a painted towel, strengthened with watered down PVA glue.


[Weird War II]
German Mad Doctor and his Zombie creations

I highlighted the uniform with German Fieldgrey WWII.