One of problems with painting any gaming figure is the tendency for paint to be rubbed off with repeated use. Zombicide does provide good box control with the use of plastic trays but I was concerned that the tight fitting vacuum formed trays would quickly remove any paint I applied. I remembered that Romeo from BattleFoam was offering a special foam tray set designed for the Zombicide Kickstarter. After a quick search on there site I found they are still offering it for sale. So with some suitable protection for my zombies sourced now I just need to paint 114! miniatures. The thing is most of the tips for paining bulk amounts of minis are aimed at wargamers who field bulk amounts of rank and file troops. I need to figure out how to paint all these zombies without them looking like a platoon of soldiers.
And I need to do it before my Bones, WWX and Zombicide-season2 arrive.
|One of the old trays|
|The two trays hold nearly everything|
|Everything but the dice, and books|
|Laser cut to fit the box|
|Foam & dice are a little higher than the box|
|Testing some color combos|