These ghouls mark the last step (for now) on my journey to populate Fallout boards with plenty of monsters.
It probably isn’t enough feral ghouls, but at least it’s a start.
Bloated Glowing One
I still haven’t really figured out how to paint OSL. I think I got away with an airbrushed splash of green on the already painted bases.
Putrid Glowing One
Fallout Ghouls (group)
The Wasteland Vermin box contains a bunch (9 altogether) of little annoying guys to get in your warband’s way.
Mole Rats (group)
My one complaint for this box is that they’re all single pose. I wish there had been something different, at least for the mole rats.
The radroaches got a couple of color variations just to keep things exciting.
Glowing Radroaches (group)
I also did two of the radroach bases as the glowing variety. I decided not to do a glowing mole rat. There’s no card for one yet, and if there ever is one I can always get another box of the rats.
The AI-driving creatures of Fallout is one of the more intriguing parts of the game. So I had to have them, starting with these robots.
Assaultron (ready) Assaultron (lunging) Assaultron (skating)
Fortunately, all five models included in this set are distinct poses. The Assaultrons are all suitably dynamic.
Protectron (standing) Protectron (walking)
The Protectrons, in turn, are more lumbering.
By the time I was done weathering, the robots lost most of their color. Someday I will learn the lesson to oversaturate early and trust it will be more muted by the end.
Assaultrons and Protectrons (group shot)
As Fallout is supposed to be have a narrative twist, the starter set also includes one monster, the Deathclaw.
I used an airbrush to block out the brown, green, and yellow colors. I even remembered to exaggerate the differences, since applying washes later would pull it down. A final dusting via drybrush brings it all togther.