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Gunner Dunbar27 Oct 2018 7:11 p.m. PST

Hi guys

I now have a new laptop, so I will resume posting, though I am thinking of posting less of my commissions (restricting to only posting new subjects)

I have wanted to do a post apoc project for a long time, I have a collection in 2 scales 15mm and 1/72, but due to matchbox/hotwheels 1/72 is a better option, so I have started converting figures, I want to cover all sub genres, road warrior, stalker, zombie apoc, near future asymetric war fare, here are some zombie survivor types, my next post will be converted stalker types, as is always the way, after I worked on these Dark Alliance released 4 boxes of figs Stalkers 1 and 2, red necks and survivors, I have ordered all these boxes and will do a review when they arrive.
Heaps more pics at my blog
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Pauls Bods28 Oct 2018 2:16 a.m. PST

Great conversions. I recognise all but the chainsaw..which set does that come from?

Gunner Dunbar28 Oct 2018 2:58 a.m. PST

The chainsaw is from the warlord games 28mm male multi part plastic zombie survivors, the figure is large and overweight, so arfter trimming some length off the arms they fit fairly well.

Cacique Caribe28 Oct 2018 3:24 a.m. PST

Wow, impressive work!

Dan

Zephyr128 Oct 2018 1:32 p.m. PST

I see some Luftwaffe ground crew in there… ;-)

djbthesecond28 Oct 2018 2:41 p.m. PST

I love good pre-painted chop shots. Shows what you can do and how to do it. Great work :-)

French Wargame Holidays30 Oct 2018 12:57 p.m. PST

fabulous work Dan, looking forward to seeing them painted

cheers
Matt
Herce Salon de Guerre
Mayenne
France

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