I think this qualifies for Zomtober as it kind of falls into that undead/horror category - anyway that's my story and I'm sticking to it 😀 I have finally got my Van Helsing models from Bad Squiddo based and completed.
Sure Van Helsing isn't a great movie, but I have no problem admitting that I do like it a lot 🙂 I really like the filtered and muted colors that it is filmed in and there are several really neat sequences, like the opening fight with Mr. Hyde and the carriage chase just to name a few.
The three brides from the film are definitely a highlight - that sequence when they attack the town is really good and could make for a really fun scenario on the tabletop I think.
These vampire hunters I think are modeled after one of the old Hammer horror films, I could be wrong though.
Someone gets these guys a couple of garlic t-shirts and holy water stat!
This chap has a sword of D&D proportions! I like it 😀
I didn't realize that the two females were also vampires and mistakenly painted their skin like they spend their days at a tanning salon. Oh well, fixing that has now gone to the top of the to do list.
A close up of Dracula with Anna in the background.
And a close up of a couple of those lovely brides, well probably more deadly than lovely 😀
Here is the list so far - hopefully we'll add more to the list - of other blogs participating in this year's Zomtober
Simon at Brummies's Wargaming Blog
Rob at Four Colour Super Minis
Pulp Citizen at Eclectic gentleman Tabletop Gamer
Kieron at Cheaphammer!!!
Jayson at Doctor Merkury's Lab
Simon at Fantorical
Terry at Miniature Mayhem
Azazel at Azazel's Bitz Box
Phil at Dizbusters Gaming Ephemera
Greg at The Wargaming Addict