Rihanna (l) and Kendra (r). Rihanna reminded me of Rosita from The Walking Dead so that is how I painted her. Kendra appears to be ex-military or maybe she looted an Army-Navy surplus store.
Four giant beetles from Reaper's Bones line. I bought these at Historicon 2017 and I consider anything under a year to be a quick turnaround. I washed them in the dishwasher, sprayed them black, then gave them several drybrush coats of Army Painter Vampire Red, which resulted in a dark red-brown color. Mutated to a giant size by radiation, now they are ready to terrorize unsuspecting survivors.
A picture with a human to show the scale.
"What is that noise behind us?" - Maria (l) and Laurie (r). Laurie is my favorite of this group for several reasons. She is armed with a bow, which you don't see enough of in post-apoc miniatures. I also love the pose and the sculpting is great.
Post-apoc Wolsey (l) and Finn (r). Wolsey is a post-apoc version of Shaggy from Scooby Doo. Hasslefree make the whole gang including a not-Scooby. I don't have the others but might get them the next time I place an order. Strangely enough, while googling images for my painting research, I learned that DC Comics began publishing a post-apoc comic of Scooby Doo in May 2016; I think these miniatures pre-date that.
This miniature is listed as Kat in the Hasslefree catalog. It appears to be based on the lead character Selene from the 'Underworld' movies played by Kate Beckinsale. I thought the first movie was okay, but the later ones were a significant drop in in quality. Zombies or other human survivors had better watch out for her sword, she looks ready to take some heads off. If I remember correctly the arms came as separate pieces but were very easy to pin.
The whole gang minus the beetles. With 4 pistols, a sword, an axe and a bow, they are not heavily armed but make up for it with superior elan.
Historicon is in 2 weeks and I am running 2 games of 7TV, so I'll be back with pictures and a convention report in July.
Thanks for looking,