[15mm IABSM]
South of Cherbourg

The Wehrmacht force for the scenario is done, the last open point, the basing, is finished.


[15mm IABSM]
North of Caen

The Wehrmacht force for the scenario is done, the last open point, the basing, is finished.


[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


[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.


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

I highlighted the uniform with German Fieldgrey WWII.


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

All the models were washed.

  • Uniform
    • 28.012 surface primer black
    • 70.830 German Field Grey WWII Airbrush 45°
    • SWW021 Red Black blotches
    • 1/2 SWW018 Amethyst 1/2 72.094 Black
  • Dead Flesh
    • 72.035 Dead Flesh
    • SWW013 Algae
    • SWW025 Just Red
    • SSWW021 Red Black
    • SSWW011 Cool Grey
  • Bandages
    • 72.051 White
    • SWW006 Parchment
  • Helmets
    • 70.995 German Grey
    • 72.094 Black


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

I blocked in all the main colour areas. The Dr. and the officer I will paint seperately after all the grunts. The metal areas I painted in vallejo dark rust, skin in vallejo dead flesh, black areas in black, helmets in German Grey.

The larger rust areas were stippled with light rust.

The metal areas were then drybrushed in vallejo chainmail, the buttons were painted in chainmail.


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

I washed the miniatures in warm soapy water to get rid of manufacturing residues. When they were dry, I basecoated them with my airbrush and Vallejo surface primer black 28.012, followed by a spray from a roughly 45° angle with Vallejo 70.830 German Field Grey WWII, thus creating the first shading of the uniform.