As I've said before, I tend to paint in batches. It's hard for me to work on less than about 4 models at once, unless it's a really large scale project (like the Lord of Worms, a model I will show off soon). And as I mentioned in my Zombies of Karr-Keel post, I was only painting two of them at a time. So I stuck in one modern plastic zombie for Frostgrave and one Oldhammer zombie per group to push the numbers up. The flesh recipes were the same as the ones previously mentioned. I did go heavier on the weathering powders to simulate rust on the weapons. I intentionally left these models very dirty and sloppy; they're zombies after all!
The other thing you'll notice is the face of the sickle wielding zombie and the scythe blade look a bit funny. My basement isn't the driest location on earth so I have to keep a heat source handy to help models dry a little faster. Unfortunately, I forgot about these two and they melted a little. Thankfully, if any model can survive a little melting, it's a zombie! The scythe blade just looks even older and more decrepit, while I made sure to slater the sickle zombie's face with more gore to hide to lack of detail.
Finally, a special word goes to the final zombie pictured. Between his shirt and the haircut and bonnet, it looks like they guy met his doom while he was doing a little bit of "roleplaying," if ya know what I mean. Even fantasy humans have fetishes, I guess!
My intention is to mostly use these for the Thaw of the Lich Lord campaign, as my interests in Frostgrave lie towards the necromantic end of the spectrum. I've got a bunch more to get done eventually as well as some skeletons and some of the lovely plastic cultists I ordered that arrived with the most recent Nickstarter.
However, I do intend to use these with Age of Sigmar as well, hence the musician. That, and I am extremely amused by the idea of a zombie using a severed leg as a drum stick.