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Books/Comics/Etc / Can You Survive the Zombie Apocalypse?
« on: January 28, 2012, 07:02:52 PM »
found this in Waterstones the other day
died 4 times already and loving it.

http://www.waterstones.com/waterstonesweb/products/max+brallier/can+you+survive+the+zombie+apocalypse3f/8372986/

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Suggestions (HF) / Zombie hunter Libby
« on: October 14, 2009, 12:47:59 PM »
we have a zombie hunter Kev, how about a zombie hunter Libby?
maybe holding a toddler in one arm (sat on her hip) and gun in other hand.

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Tutorials / BLOOD N' GORE Lonewolf Style (blood tutorial)
« on: February 26, 2008, 10:44:29 PM »
Howdy peeps see i do sttill visit  :boing:
finally got off my backside and re-did my old blood tutorial :D
so without further ado.......

what you'll need

here's my beloved Tamiya Clear Red (TCR) and my 2 stipple brushes
1 large for vehicles one small for std fig, they are basically old brushes with the bristles cut down shorter :wink:
stippling is basically "stabbing" the bristles at the area.
i quickly knocked up a chain axe to show what it looks like on a mini and the white plasticard so you can see the effect clearly :wink:

STAGE 1


first off take some TCR straight out of the pot and stipple it over the area quite thickly (the next stage will take some off)

STAGE 2

TCR has a thicker consistancy to normal paint and doe's start to congeal (like real blood) quite quickly.
once you have done stage 1 wait about 30-40 seconds for the TCR to start to get tacky then go over it agin with you stipple brush to give it some texture.
after this give the blood 5 mins to dry off or you'll just take most of the red off with the next bit :?

STAGE 3
first up we need to mix some darker "blood" up to give it some realism (it's a bit bright at the min)
here's sort of the ratio you'll need
I use a little GW Black ink to darken it (rather than black paint that can dull down the glossy wetness of it)

You'll have to experiment untill you get this colour, you want a nice dark red gore colour.


Then it's just a case of repeating stages 1 and 2 with the darker colour
just be sure not to totally cover all the lighter red up :wink:
Here's the Dark red 1st application.


STAGE 4
Here's the end result with the dark red re-stippled for texture.

Well there you go really simple and i think VERY effective.

Now your zombie hunters and demonic legions can really show they mean business  :twisted:

Enjoy!

Ian

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