It's been a busy week, what with one thing and another, and so I've only managed to crank out a solitary survivor.
This is another of the Wargames Factory models, and this one has the low tech survivor vibe that I like in my Zombie apocalypses. There are far too many automatic weapons knocking around these days, I like a good dollop of sporting goods based improvisation. I'm not overly keen on the head, but that's a running gripe that I have with the set, this one at least has an expression that somewhat matches the action. Overall, he'll do.
I also managed to get Black Panther finished for the Marvel Universe Miniature Game last weekend after I'd blogged. Given the nature of the outfit, I put a deal more effort into painting black than I usually do, simply to gain some definition on the model. However, the black on black outfit, combined with increasingly poor light conditions, due to the nights drawing in, has made him rather tricky to photograph.
I'm happy with the simplicity of this model, something Knight models fought against by inexplicably making both arms separate. I don't pretend to be an expert on casting processes, but their scultping decisions seem very odd and quite a bit annoying at times.
However, he's turned out well, taking my Avengers line-up to seven models. It might be a while before I need to pick up another as purchasing is on hold on the lead in to Christmas.