Today my WGF Zombie horde has finally arrived.
I ordered bag of 24 zombies (so it said) and got a box of 30. This looks like the new size of packs. Here is a picture of the front side of the box:
What I've noticed right aways (total coincidence) was misspelled word on the side of the box "prats" instead of parts. Nothing that would make me refuse to buy this product, but looks kinda funny. The sides are full of text. On one side, there are assembly instructions, on other is a text about what kind of glue to use, pretty good for beginners.
Well, to the miniatures!
Zombies come in 3-4 parts (head, right arm and then body in one or two pieces). There are 2 extra hands and 3 extra heads, I plan to use those to practice a bit of sculpting. Hopefuly it won't stay just at the plan, but when I saw how small this is, I started wondering how I am going to paint that, let alone sculpt!
Each sprue has enough parts for 6 Zed, you get 5 sprues, which gives you 30 of them.
Here are the pics of 1 sprue (again, sprues are all the same):
Sadly I have to go and can't go in more details. I will make review of them once I get them painted (which I will do once I get the paints, heh). My primary goal of this post was to show you some raw pictures, as I had big problems finding them myself.
They are not the best quality, especially legs are somewhat big. And feet...the one that has no shoes could have flippers painted instead of feet. But then again, that is 30 Zeds for around 15 pounds, which makes it okay. And I think that is best start of a modern zombie horde, if you want modern zombies out of the box. I will also buy mantic zombies and my horde will grow to 60 in no time! but I plan on modernising those, as they were sculpted for Fantasy.
Well, I hope somebody will find that useful in future, now I got to run again. I might just add, that now that I got actual zombies on my blog, I've decided that I fulfill the criteria for zombie blogger and I've finally add the cool picture you can see on the left. Nicely done, Patient Zero!