Making use of the Army Painters range of Zombicide Warpaints we have a step by step guide for painting your Zombicide miniature.
In addition to the written guide we have also created a video that takes you through the steps from basecoat to finished miniature.
Below you can find the list of Army Painter Zombie Warpaints required for this tutorial.
- Skeleton Bone Spray Primer
- Filthy Suit
- Dead Black
- Dirt Splatter
- Survivor Skin
- Machine Gun Metal
- Brainmatter Beige
- Zombie Shader
- Jumpsuit Shader
- Survivor Shader
I primed Phil using the Skeleton Bone Spray Primer as the miniature will consist of predominantly mid tones and the colour will serve as an ideal base for the shirt.
- The trousers, hair and wooden stock on the shotgun was painted with Dirt Splatter.
- The shoes, belt, gloves, epaulettes, arm patches and pocket flaps were painted with Dead Black.
- The skin on the face and forearms was base coated with Survivor Skin.
- The final base layer is the metal areas on the shotgun, belt buckle, pistol, buttons and badge we will paint these with Machine Gun Metal.
- The brown areas and the shirt were washed with Zombicide Shader.
- The skin was lightly washed over with a watered down Jumpsuit Shader.
- Finally, the metal areas were washed with Survivor Shader.
- The edges of the trousers, hair and wooden stock on the shotgun were highlighted with a 1:1 mix of Dirt Splatter + Brain Matter Beige.
- The shoes, belt, gloves, epaulettes, arm patches and pocket flaps were highlighted along the edges with a thin line of Filthy Suit.
- The creases in the shirt were highlighted with a 1:1 mix of Zombie Skin + Brain Matter Beige.
- Finally, the facial features and muscle definition on the forearms was highlighted with a 1:1 mix of Survivor Skin + Brain Matter Beige.
There we have the completed Survivor Phil. If you enjoyed this tutorial check out our previous Zombicide Tutorials below. Additionally, if there are any other Zombicide survivors that you would like to see a tutorial for let us know in the comments.