I decided not to go with the sloppy drybrush technique and went with more of a shade, mid, highlight approach. I screwed it up and some areas and partially saved it with a combination of grunge and straight black washes.
This group looks a little more pristine than the ones I did for Zombtober. I added the Tamiya Clear Red gore after the Vallejo Matt varnish and the ink I added did not dirty the blood up enough. The only other addition was those GW tufts to my regular flock and static grass on the base. I tired a few different sizes. Some glued down better than others.
Just a group shot of those done to date. Eight Zombies for today's entry, the four survivors for the last one, and the seven done during Zombtober.
We'll see if I can pull the Comedic round out of my butt.
That last sentence had me do the one-eyed cringe. Let's pray for you that it's a small theme round... :)
This is a lovely(?) group of huge(!) zombies Sean!. It's nice to see undead painted in defined layers as opposed to the now-common quickshade method. Also, I really like the blueish grey fleshtone you've created for them - what's your recipe for that? It looks marvelously hideous.