|Ax Faction Zombie Hunter, work-in-progress with just the base completed|
While I am pretty sure the Ax Faction Zombie Hunter's base was meant to be painted as a small stone cliff, it also had a texture that reminded me of a gnarled tree bark. So with that in mind, I primarily used dry brushing and washes to replicate the texture as well as colours found on tree bark.
|Base was sculpted in such a way that I felt it could be painted either as a small stony cliff or gnarled tree bark|
|Back of the base was painted to somewhat resemble wood grain|
In keeping with the wood-theme, I also tried painting the back of the base to somewhat resemble wood grain. At this stage, it looks like it will need a fair bit more work before I am happy with it.
|Tree bark was painted primarily via a combination of dry brushing and washes|
|Zombie on the base is highly detailed and will be the part painted next|
|Good details on the base made painting it fun and easy|
Next up for the 32-mm Ax Faction Zombie Hunter will be the zombie at the foot of the base. I have a rough idea of the skin tone I want to achieve but still no clue as to what colour I should use for its cloak. That in turn will determine the colour scheme for the Zombie Hunter himself. Well, that's it for this short update on my miniature project pipeline. Thanks for reading and have a good weekend.