Finally I've made it back, a great deal later than I'd like but I got caught up painting a zombie dude that I had some difficulty with. There's a close up picture of him at the bottom.
However, I'm creating a VW van post apocalypse zombie killing machine. It's being built out of two different kits, using my favourite bits from each. It's making things a little more difficult than normal but I think it will be worth it in the long run.
There's been quite a lot of fettling to get everything to fit. Most isn't glued yet so some things are missing (like the dashboard) or are just wonky. However I'm starting to see where I want to go - I'm going to add some anti-zombie protection too.
I've been a little absent of late as I've been working on some non-car related things one of which is a little lady that I thought I would share. The first picture is for scale the rest are a little closer. Ah, before I forget the next project is going to be a VW zombie apocalypse related, of course I'll be sharing it with you
With a few hours to spare before my deadline expires I've managed to complete the '66 Ford Shelby GTO Zombie Hunter from Dark World Creations and Revell. I must say that this was an enjoyable build and paint job using new techniques and some new to me paint (like AK mud and Mig Rain marks).
Having had a week painting something other than a vehicle I'm ready to get back into doing a zombie hunter ride. This time on working on a Shelby GT350R conversion from Dark World Creations (having just checked I see these are now on their website).
I hope you like! I've got a very small time frame for this as its to be completed before a show in Bath UK on the 25th Nov. Gulp!