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    I'll keep an updated image at this Imgur album here:
    http://imgur.com/a/ibUgE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niranth View Post
    you by any chance know of a eu store selling these ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havolice View Post
    you by any chance know of a eu store selling these ^^
    Sorry, no. I get mine from the local FLGS (Friendly Local Game Store)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Havolice View Post
    you by any chance know of a eu store selling these ^^
    Amazon.co.uk:

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/100-mini-car...654527&sr=8-62
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Card-Sleeves...654435&sr=8-10
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    Here's the full list of Season 1 and Toxic City Mall Skills typed out for reference. I'll add Prison Outbreak once those are released.

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...it?usp=sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niranth View Post
    Couple of errors in this (spotted by mangomadness):

    Inmate lists 1 Abomination (should be 2)
    Fugitive (and above) lists 17 survivors+zomb (should be 16 if you include Gary and zomb (6PO + 4 TC + 6 Bonus)

    Also, have CMON confirmed that the x5 on the Berserker walkers is correct? If not:

    Inmate and Fugitive lists 21 Berserker walkers (should be 20 (probably))
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    How to make your own custom cards and survivors:

    http://boardgamegeek.com/article/11465953#11465953
    http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/9036...-and-survivors

    Has anyone made Skill cards for Zombicide? These would just be cards with the Skills and their effects. You would print as many as you need to make custom characters: Slide the Skill card behind the blank custom character board, then choose one when you get to higher Danger levels. N00bs can use them for reference instead of flipping through the rulebook. Adventurous players can shuffle them and make *random* characters! Good luck finding an appropriate miniature!


    Color coding the bases (and Storage)

    Several on BGG mentioned that it's hard to distinguish the painted (and unpainted) miniatures, so here's an example coloring code to paint around the base edge:
    * Walkers: Blue
    * Runners: Yellow
    * Fatties: Orange
    * Abominations: Red
    For the edges, you may want to undercoat white so the colors will pop out more. Try a white acrylic paint pen to quickly go around the edges!
    Also, for now, you can just color the top of the Walker bases one color (eg. concrete) and the others another (eg. asphalt).

    Once we have *more* varieties of zombies (and scupts!) this might be trickier.
    * Toxic zombies could have a green splatter on their base, or have green skin. Try glow-in-the-dark paint!
    * Berserker zombies could have a red splatter, or have brown skin.

    And with three sets, with more to come...
    * Base game: Black base
    * Prison Outbreak: Grey base
    * TCM: Indoor white base
    EDIT: Probably overkill.

    If you're having problems with storing the mini's in the tray, you can mark the bottom of the bases. You can also paint the tray to match the color codes! I also photocopied the tray with the zombies in them, so I had a "picture" of the tray with the miniatures in it.

    Speed Painting with Gesso

    If you can't spray primer outside, use clear gesso as a primer. Gesso is available at local craft stores. Clear gesso is white then dries clear. You can add paint to gesso to color or tint it. I usually put a few drops of gesso with a drop of paint on a wet palette and "mix the edges" with a workbrush then apply. This allows me to control the amount of gesso to paint. Most painters will recommend thickly glopping on gesso and waiting 24 hours as a primer. But, for speed painting, thin layers and drying to touch is fine.

    Prime and show details: Mix a few drops of clear gesso with a drop of brown paint, then paint the miniature, vaguely like a wash. The mixture will be thick, but will dry thin to the original color of the paint. It will appear as if you washed it and shows off details. You may need to brush on water to help spread the gesso on the miniature.

    Prime and paint grainy bases: I'm still experimenting with this one. For whatever reason, if I mix gesso and craft paint together, then paint a flat surface, that surface will show a fine grainy texture, more with metallics than non-metallics. This is GREAT for black bases suggesting roads, worn axes, or other rough surfaces. I'm guessing the chalk or whatever in the gesso, and larger flakes of paint in the craft and metallic paints is causing this. Or maybe because I have a bad habit of leaving excess paint on the wet palette and using it the next day... I don't notice this when using gesso as primer on surfaces that aren't flat.


    Speed painting with Primers and Glazing

    If you stop before adding colors to your miniatures, you can have nice "Dawn of the Dead" style zombies. With optional beady red eyes!

    Prime in black then spray white: Prime the miniature black then spray white. When spraying white, only partially coat the miniature. The white will adhere to the raised surfaces, leaving the black in the shadows. See Massive Voodoo's primer tutorial for more information: http://massivevoodoo.blogspot.com/20...-thoughts.html

    Drybrush white: LIGHTLY drybrush white any areas that you missed with the white primer. Not sure if this is best done before or after washing.

    Wash figure for further detailing: Apply a brown or black wash to further bring out the shadows and details of the miniature.

    Color in the eyes: With a red 005 micron pen, color in the eyes. These Zombicide miniature eyes are EASILY colored in with a micron pen!

    Fashion sense: If you have time, don't just randomly select clothing -- or zombie skin -- colors for your miniatures! Consider focusing on using three colors, a primary color, a similar supporting color, and a contrasting highlight. Example: On a Runner, the primary color could be the grey skin colored with a little blue, the supporting color blue clothing, and highlight color red eyes. If a zombie is wearing a top and bottom piece of clothing (eg. jacket and pants), try coloring both the top and bottom the same color. This saves painting time, and unifies the miniature as a background character. Unlike most other figures, you can color your zombie's skin to compliment his or her clothing sense! Use Google and search for reference material.

    Glaze: A basecoat may obscure the shadows and details you brought out in the miniature. Consider thinning your paints on your wet palette with matte medium and a little water. The consistency should be thin but less runny than a wash, so you can better control where you paint your glaze.

    Note: Revised comments on painting on Zombiesdash.com:
    http://www.zombiesdash.com/forum/vie....php?f=14&t=30

    Hand Cannon discussion:
    http://privateerpressforums.com/show...ng-Your-Troops

    Althai's Hand Cannon article on painting undead:
    http://handcannononline.com/blog/201...esh/#more-5313
    Last edited by ced1106; 04-06-2013 at 03:46 PM.

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    Season 1 Retail Box:
    1. Phil.
    2. Josh.
    3. Ned.
    4. Wanda.
    5. Amy.
    6. Doug.

    Season 1 Kickstarter Promos:
    7. Dave (Free).
    8. El Cholo (Free).
    9. Nick (Free).
    10. CTS (Free).
    11. Chaz (Free).
    12. Troy (Free).
    13. Marvin ($10).
    14. Eva ($10).
    15. Ivy ($10).
    16. Claudia ($10).

    Scenario Editor Contest:
    17. Kyoko.

    Toxic City Mall Retail Box:
    18. Elsa.
    19. Derek.
    20. Raoul.
    21. Neema.

    Season 2 : Prison Outbreak Retail Box:
    22. Joshua.
    23. Belle.
    24. Grindlock.
    25. Kim
    26. Shannon.
    27. Watts.

    Season 2 : Prison Outbreak Kickstarter Promos:
    28. Brad (Free).
    29. Thaissa (Free).
    30. Kirk (Free).
    31. Aunt Rose (Free).
    32. Dakota ($10).
    33. Fred ($10).
    34. Lea ($10).
    35. Rick ($10).
    36. Ralph (Free).
    37. Adriana ($10).
    38. Will ($10).
    39. Ross ($10).
    40. Gary (Free).
    41. Helen ($10).
    42. Achille (Free).
    43. Mack (Free).
    44. Chuck (Free).
    45. Smith (Free).
    46. Don ($20 with Frank and Rob).
    47. Frank ($20 with Rob and Don).
    48. Rob ($20 with Don and Frank).
    49. Mike (Free).

    K.Walker Guest Artist Set Retail Box:
    50. Uncle Honk.
    51. Butch.

    A.Smith Guest Artist Set Retail Box:
    52. Padre Johnson.
    53. Bones.

    K.Kopinski Guest Artist Set Retail Box:
    54. Angry Mary.
    55. Red Cap Ben.
    Last edited by Scorpion0x17; 03-31-2013 at 12:28 PM.
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    Painting Bases Concrete and Asphalt

    Thanks to Niranth for this link:
    http://www.dakkadakka.com/wiki/en/Va...ice_Comparison

    Also, thanks to Emloch for suggesting GW's Astrogranite!

    Also check out this video for stuff like adding weathered lane dividers and other display-quality effects:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBEgZc8LRN4

    Baking soda: Yes, baking soda also works. It's fine for game-level quality and won't dissolve in the paint. Paint the Walkers a different color than the other figures, so you can at least distinguish them easily without having to paint color codes.

    1. Undercoat in gray (asphalt) or black (concrete). Whichever paint works better for you should be used for the Walkers, since they have the most bases. Craft paint is fine. You do not need perfect coverage.
    2. Put some paint and baking soda on a dry palette. I just use a plastic lid. Don't immediately mix the two together. Mix them on the brush so you can control the texture.
    3. Paint!
    4. Paint the edges of the base white. An acrylic paint pen with a chisel tip will work FAST. I think I got an Elmer's paint pen from Walmart for three bucks or something. The white edge of the miniature blends in with most of the game board, and leaves the option of painting the edges if you want to color-code the figures or whatever (eg. blue for Walkers, yellow for Runners, orange for Fatties, etc.).

    Survivors: Found a painting tutorial that includes basing effects without having to cut off the base. Of course, you can cut off the base and rebase the miniature onto clear acrylic with superglue:
    http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/5611...over-episode-1


    I'm sure you can paint mud this way as well. Okay, time to research toxic waste and bloody bases for the next expansion...!

    EDIT: Ooo... this looks promising...
    http://www.3t-studios.com/archives/3067
    Last edited by ced1106; 03-29-2013 at 01:18 AM.

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    What about customs? Like my site for custom tiles, cars, etc...

    http://johnnylingster.blogspot.com

    I've got custom cars, trucks, bikes, even some board tiles that match up with the offical ones. My first pack is Highway 81... Second is coming along nicely. Soon to be up. previews have been posted...

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    Hi there,

    I was introduced to the game by a friend a few days ago and ended up on your kickstarter page ... and realized that the funding has been closed 6 days ago.
    Is there still a way to join in and get one of the cool packs that were offered on the kickstarter page ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyark View Post
    Hi there,

    I was introduced to the game by a friend a few days ago and ended up on your kickstarter page ... and realized that the funding has been closed 6 days ago.
    Is there still a way to join in and get one of the cool packs that were offered on the kickstarter page ?
    Try contacting CoolMiniOrNot via the 'Contact Me' link on the project page.

    I believe they have allowed late pledges in the past.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iPaint View Post
    I'll keep an updated image at this Imgur album here:
    http://imgur.com/a/ibUgE
    FWIW, the image's miniature totals do not include the add-ons. So the "sweet spot" of Inmate is $100 for 169 miniatures or $.59 per miniature. NICE.

    When you get to Fugitive, it's $150 for 212 miniatures, or $.70 per miniature.

    Prison Outbreak: 90
    Toxic City Mall: 43
    Zombie Dogs: 20
    Companion Dogs: 6
    Bonus Zombies: 31
    Free Survivors and Zombivores: 22

    Also, fwiw, Reaper's Vampire KS is $100 for 241 miniatures, or $.41 per miniature, including the metal Sophie ($25 trade-in value).

    Thanks for the image!!!
    Last edited by ced1106; 04-13-2013 at 07:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyark View Post
    Hi there,

    I was introduced to the game by a friend a few days ago and ended up on your kickstarter page ... and realized that the funding has been closed 6 days ago.
    Is there still a way to join in and get one of the cool packs that were offered on the kickstarter page ?
    the same here
    guy from cmon told me it was ok, but no more informations...he gave me an email, but at this day no answer

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    It's a Snooze you lose idea. Once the KS is done... it's done. you can't get in on it.

    You CAN however... find someone willing to up their pledge to get you all the stuff you want. but you'd have to find someone that is your friend and willing to up their pledge.

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