Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Vampifan's Views 68 - Monthly Musings 46

Miss Vampirella September 2015 - Maria Di Angelis
This month's Vampirella model is Maria Di Angelis, who won a competition run by Harris Comics to be their cover girl for the Vampirella series in 2001. Maria has the distinction of appearing on the cover of the Vampirella comics more times than any other model. She appeared on a total of 21 covers. Not only did Maria have the right coloured eyes and wore the costume like she had been born into it, but she rapidly became a fan favourite on the strength of her personality. She wowed everyone at comic conventions going just that little bit further to be nice to everyone. Apart from her short stint as a Vampirella model, Maria has had quite a busy career. Primarily a model, Maria is reputed to have graced more covers than any model in history, with literally thousands of romance novels' covers. Also in her résumé are many commercials (both in print and on television), including Revlon, Max Factor, Pond’s, Softsoap, Lever 2000, Levi’s, Chopard, Finesse and Cadillac to name but a few.

In my hobby news I have recently backed a new Kickstarter project, which you can see here -
This is the Battle Systems Ltd. Urban Apocalypse Terrain Set. The buildings and scenery items are made of thick card which comes pre-painted and slots together without the need for glue. This makes it modular, customisable and very easy to assemble and disassemble. Funding was achieved within 27 minutes of its launch, which just goes to show how popular this project is. The basic pledge of £78 gets you enough terrain to cover a 2' by 2' area. Just to give you some idea of what the set looks like, here are a few photos taken from their website.
How cool is this? This photo features multiple sets to cover a 4' by 4' area.
Interior detail and furniture items are provided. Upper floors and roofs are easily removable.
A ground eye view of the basic set showing SWAT Troopers on a raid.
One of the add-ons is the Fire Station set. A must-have for me. It costs just £12.
In other news, I have been playing a few games of the Castle Ravenloft board-game. Expect to see lots of photos of the painted miniatures for this game in the near future. It's a good game if you like dungeon crawls, which I do, especially when going up against the undead. It has much in common with Super Dungeon Explore but at the same time is different enough to feel unique. The rules are very simple and the game is easy to play and fast.  

I also managed to play my very first game of Rum & Bones, using the figures and ships from the basic set. The Bone Devils undead faction scored a decisive victory over the Wellsport Brotherhood. What an incredibly fun game it turned out to be. I can see I'm going to get a lot of pleasure out of it. It really appealed to me in a big way.

Apparently, October is Zomtober month, in which participants are supposed to paint at least one zombie or survivor figure every week during the month. I'm not officially taking part because I like painting zombie and survivor figures every month. I'd like to wish all who participate the best of luck and I look forward to seeing your output.

Sunday, 27 September 2015

Sideshow Collectibles 2015 Premium Format Vampirella Statue

Here's a question for you to ponder. What is the largest figure you have in your collection? Just a couple of days ago I received my largest figure. It is a 1/4 scale Sideshow Collectibles Premium Edition Statue of Vampirella. She stands 16" (41cm) tall from the soles of her feet to the top of her head or 22" (56cm) tall if measured from the bottom of her base to the top of her head. When I first saw the announcement that Sideshow Collectibles were making a new statue of Vampirella I knew I had to have her. The photo to the left was taken from the Sideshow Collectibles website and they have placed an apple alongside her to show just how tall she is. I placed my order for her over a year ago, knowing I was in for a long wait before she'd be released. I could have paid for her then but decided to spread the $400 cost for her over a period of ten months. Yes, she is incredibly expensive but I'm paying for quality and she'll be a very good investment as her value will only increase.

As you can well imagine, the figure arrived in a huge box, which I show here. The figure came in six parts - head, body and legs, right arm, a choice of two left arms and the base. The photo above shows my preferred option with Vampi's left arm holding a bat. All of the parts are held in place via slots fitted with strong magnets.
In this photo you can see the alternate left arm without the bat. Sideshow placed an apple alongside the statue to give a sense of scale. I, however, have chosen a 30mm scale miniature figure of Vampirella, which I have placed in front of her base to show just how tall this statue is. That is some height difference, huh?
Here is the rear view of the statue with Vampirella showing off her perfect backside. The amount of detail that has gone into this figure is staggering. I know it's hard to take your eyes off Vampirella but check out her base and see how much work has gone into that. It's incredible!
This is my third statue that I have bought from Sideshow Collectibles and my second Premium Format 1/4 scale figure. You can see my first Premium Format Vampirella statue here -
Although she is the same scale as this statue she is sitting down so looks smaller.
My other Sideshow Collectibles Vampirella was a Tooned-up version which you can see here -
Because this is a Premium Format Statue, the craftsmanship of the sculpting and detail of the paintwork is absolute perfection. Note that Vampirella's costume and boots are made of real leather. If I was a perfectionist I'd have to criticise her boots because they are too long. However, I think she suits thigh-length boots and they look great on her.
Here's a close-up of Vampi's friendly little bat. Once again, the detail on the bat is incredible. It looks like a real bat.
Finally, here's a close-up shot of Vampirella's head. I love the way her hair is flowing out behind her. Just look at her eyes and see how beautifully painted they are. The more I look at her the more I fall in love with her! Is this my all time favourite figure of Vampirella? A resounding yes! She is sheer perfection!

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Victory Force Zombies 06

And so I come to the last of my five reviews of the Victory Force Zombie Horde set 1 of 100 28mm scale figures. I have deliberately kept the best till last, so enjoy!
This group of ladies are known as the Posh Totty as most are dressed in evening wear. At the far left of the first two photos is Posh Totty 1, who has had her left arm chewed off at the elbow and received a shotgun blast to her left thigh.
Posh Totty 2 is the same sculpt with a few modifications. Her left arm is intact, as is her dress. She wears a light blue patterned wrap around her shoulders and a diamond tiara on her head. She has suffered a bite wound to her right shoulder.
Posh Totty 3 wears a metallic blue dress with a large gold necklace. She was bitten in the left arm, shot in the stomach and has blood pouring from her mouth.
Posh Totty 4 wears a long black dress with a gold necklace. Unluckily for her she has had both arms bitten, chewed or hacked off above the elbows.
Finally, Posh Totty 5 is less formally dressed in a patterned purple dress. She has sustained a massive bite wound to her right thigh and has been shot in the right arm.
This group of male zombies are my Sports Fans. Sports Fan 1, at far left, was painted as an elderly Caribbean gentleman. I planned on giving him a colourful tropical shirt and shorts and so primed his clothing in white. When I looked at him I suddenly realised he'd do as a tennis player instead, so he ended up very different to what I had originally planned for him. He has been shot in the chest and has had his left arm blown off by a shotgun.
Sports Fan 2 is a baseball player of African/American origin. I know very little about baseball and just chose a colour scheme that I thought suited him. If it is the colours of an actual team then that is a pure coincidence. He has been gut-shot.
Sports Fan 3 is a Brit tourist to Mayhem City. I am not in the least bit interested in any sports. I find them all incredibly boring. However, I was born in Newcastle Upon Tyne, so I wanted to paint this guy up as a Newcastle United supporter. He is balding, fat and wears his shorts at half-mast to show off his bum crack. His right hand is covering up a gunshot wound to his chest. He also has a big bruise on the back of his head, probably sustained from a fall.
Sports Fan 4 was a young thug from the slums. He wears trainers, tracksuit and a Burberry cap worn backwards, which instantly identify him as lowlife scum. He has been bitten in the right arm.
Sports Fan 5 was a member of a marching band who frequently performed at sporting events. He suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his chest, right arm and right leg after becoming a zombie - hence the lack of blood. So how did he die? Heart attack, most likely.
This next group is a mixed bag but seeing as most of them are hospital patients I decided to call them the Patients.
Patient 1 has his right arm in a sling and has bandages around his head and left eye. Some blood has seeped through both sets of bandages. Most likely he sustained his wounds from a zombie and he turned undead after he had been treated.
Patient 2 is the same figure but was caught by the zombies after he had visited the hospital. The centre part of his right arm has been bitten off, leaving him with a stump below the shoulder and a hand held in place by his sling. He also has a small bite on his left arm.
Patient 3 still wears his hospital gown and so was obviously caught in a hospital at the start of the zombie outbreak. His gown is covered in blood, which is not all his. His one wound is a bite to the right cheek of his bottom. Bummer, huh?!
Patient 4 was an aged restaurant chef who died from multiple gunshot wounds to his torso. Someone really had it in for him.
Patient 5 is certainly one of my goriest zombies. He died very messily from a huge bite to his neck, which also looks to have been snapped, his left arm was severed at the shoulder, right arm severed at the elbow, he has a gunshot wound to the centre of the chest and bite wounds to both legs. Goretastic!
And so I finally come to my last five zombies in this set and because I have kept the best till last I had to call them the Elites. Elite 1, seen at the far left, was a Star Trek fan and wears a replica uniform from Star Trek: the Next Generation. He got shot in the heart. Sadly, his badge did not protect him.
Elite 2 is my favourite figure from this range simply because of the amount of time and effort I put into painting his Jaws T-shirt. Oh, and he has some awesome wounds, which I always love painting! He has lost both his arms at the shoulder and has large bite wounds to both legs, none of which were caused by a great white shark!
Elite 3 is my second favourite zombie figure from this range because who doesn't like SpongeBob SquarePants? This is actually the same figure as the Newcastle United fan shown above, except for his missing arms, which were ripped off at the shoulders, leaving him to bleed to death. He also has a wound to the top of his head.
Elite 4 wears a sweatshirt sporting the Batman logo. He has been slashed across the throat. He was the first figure that I finished painting from this set.
Elite 5 wears a Dub Step sweatshirt, which apparently is a form of electronic dance music that originated in South London, England. No, I'm not a fan of it. I simply copied the logo from a fashion catalogue. This chubby gent was bitten in the left side of his neck.

Without doubt, the hardest part of painting these figures was coming up with colour schemes. Once I'd settled on a scheme, the actual painting was relatively straightforward. I painted them in batches of 20 figures at a time but not in the same order as I've shown in these five posts. The Victory Force Zombie Horde set 2 should be a lot easier to paint because most of them are first responders with clearly defined uniforms. There are some more civilians amongst them but most are police patrolmen, firemen, doctors, soldiers and hospital patients. I bought both sets in Victory Force's introductory sale at a very reasonable price. Both horde sets containing 100 figures are still available for sale from their web-store but cost $250.00 each, which is a lot of money for some very averagely sculpted figures.

Sunday, 20 September 2015

Victory Force Zombies 05

Here is the fourth of my five posts reviewing the first Zombie Horde set of 100 28mm scale figures from Victory Force. As usual, I have grouped these 20 figures into four batches of five figures, starting with the females. Let's see what's on offer this time.
The one thing that these five female zombies have in common is that they are all wearing miniskirts, so I named them the Minis. At the far left of my first two photos is a young woman wearing her LBD, which, of course, stands for Little Black Dress. Her left arm was ripped off at the shoulder, resulting in massive blood loss.
Mini 2 is like a negative version of Mini 1 - white shoes instead of black, white dress instead of black and blonde hair instead of black. She was bitten in the left cheek, upper right arm and twice in the back of her left leg.
Mini 3 and Mini 4 are very similar sculpts with just a couple of changes. Both women were office workers and were dressed smartly. Mini 3, in the beige suit, suffered from a zombie bite to her right shoulder. Mini 4 has had a head swap and her right arm is extended instead of clutching her stomach. She was also bitten in the right shoulder, but also in the crease of her elbow.
Mini 5 has doubled up, as if in pain, which is unlikely as zombies don't usually feel pain. Her right hand is stuffed into a large hole in her stomach. I must admit that she is a very unusual sculpt.
This group of male zombies are a mixed bag that ended up being grouped together because I couldn't find anywhere else to place them. For identification purposes they are known as the Mixers.
Mixer 1, at far left, is striding forward in a pose more animated than most. He wears a blue and white sweatshirt. His hair is almost white, making him look very aged. He was bitten in the right shoulder, has two cuts to the right side of his head and a bite wound to the left side of his torso.
Mixer 2 has been savagely attacked on his left side. He was shot in the heart, had his left arm severed at the shoulder and was bitten in the outer side of his left thigh and in his lower left leg.
Mixer 3 had his left arm ripped off at the elbow and was bitten in both legs.
Mixer 4, along with Mixers 2 and 3, wears a T-shirt. Most of the flesh from his lower legs has been chewed off.
Mixer 5 wears a lilac-coloured shirt. What makes him stand out from the crowd is his prosthetic lower right leg, which is extremely rare to see on a miniature figure. He died of blood loss and shock when his right arm was ripped apart and severed at the elbow.
This next group are five more males wearing T-shirts. T-shirts are far and away the most common item of clothing amongst this zombie horde. Although I like how I have painted them, they just didn't make it into my elite T-shirt group, which I'll show next time.
At the far left, T-Shirt 1 is an African/American gent wearing a plain blue-grey T-shirt over a white sweatshirt. He has been shot multiple times in the chest.
T-Shirt 2 has had his stomach ripped open and most of his internal organs removed by a bunch of flesh-hungry zombies. You can see his spine appearing at the back of his gaping wound.
T-Shirt 3 wears a T-shirt with the logo "It's a Bug's Life" simply because he reminded me of George McGavin, the British entomologist and TV presenter. I painted his head to look like George. He has been bitten in both lower legs.
T-Shirt 4 is the same figure with ahead swap and a replaced bite wound in his right leg. I honestly can't remember what the logo on his T-shirt is meant to be. I just know that I copied it from a fashion catalogue.
Judging by the T-shirt worn by the zombie at far right, he must have been a fan of DC Comics' the Flash. His right arm was chopped off, he was shot in the left side of his torso and he was bitten in both lower legs.
The final group of male zombies up for review in this post are all walking, so obviously, I have called them the Walkers. Walker 1 was a surly teenager wearing his FTW T-shirt, which I'll leave to you to decide what it stands for as it has numerous definitions. He has been shot in the back.
Walker 2 wears a military uniform from WW2, so he's probably a re-enactor. A chunk of flesh has been bitten from his left cheek.
Walker 3 is a balding gent of advanced years. He has a small bite wound on the inner side of his right arm, which is barely noticeable.
Walker 4 is the same figure with a head swap and a repositioned right arm. He has been bitten in the right side of his face and on his right leg.
Walker 5, in his cream-coloured suit, was once an office worker. He has no obvious wounds but has blood around his mouth, neck and upper chest, indicating that he has been feeding on a victim.

Wednesday, 16 September 2015

Victory Force Zombies 04

I reach the halfway point of my review of 100 Victory Force zombies from their first zombie horde set. As usual, this batch of 20 figures features 5 female zombies and 15 male zombies organised into appropriate groups.
This group of five female zombies are all wearing pants, so I have named them the Pants. At the far left, Pants 1 is wearing a T-shirt with a picture of a Silver Persian cat, who looks remarkably similar to one of my own cats that I used to own. Coincidence? No way! She has been bitten twice in the upper right leg and her hands are smeared with blood.
Pants 2 suffers no obvious wounds but blood on her hands and around her mouth, neck and chest suggests she has been feeding.
The logo on the sweatshirt of Pants 3 reads, "Elle", which is French for "She". She has been bitten in multiple places - the right shoulder and both legs.
Pants 4 and 5 are almost identical sculpts but they do have slight alterations. Pants 4 has longer hair and has lost her right hand.
Pants 5 has short non-natural blonde hair and is mostly intact apart from a bite to her right shoulder. Both women wear sweatshirts, jogging pants and trainers and both have a "bum-bag" fitted around their waists. I believe Americans call them "fanny-packs". When I was holidaying in America, I found my "bum-bag" incredibly useful and convenient. Like these women, I wore mine at the front to make it harder for pickpockets to access.
This group of five male zombies have been grouped together because they are all wearing jumpers, so I named them the Jumpers. Starting at the far left, Jumper 1 is a young teen who has been bitten in the left thigh. He has fed recently as blood has dribbled from his mouth down his chin onto his chest.
Jumper 2 is another recently fed zombie. He has had a large chunk of flesh bitten from the side of his left thigh.
Jumper 3 has quite a beer belly on him and appears rather small. His left arm has been severed at the shoulder.
Jumper 4 is leaning forward. He has had his right arm severed at the shoulder and bled to death.
Jumper 5 was stabbed in the stomach and then bitten in the right thigh before he could find medical assistance. Tough luck!
This next group could also be called the Jumpers but for variety's sake I'm calling them the Sweatshirts. Going from left to right, Sweatshirt 1 sustained a gunshot wound to his right side and a knife cut to the left side of his neck. Either one could have killed him.
Sweatshirt 2 was bitten in the left shoulder and has scraped his knees badly enough to make them bleed.
Sweatshirt 3 is a young teenager with a vicious bite wound to his right thigh. Blood dribbles from his mouth onto his red sweatshirt.
Any similarity between Sweatshirt 4 and Wally (or Waldo if you're in America) of the "Where's Wally?" book fame is purely coincidental. Besides which, his hat is all wrong for Wally and he's not wearing his trademarked glasses. He died from a zombie bite to his right shoulder.
Sweatshirt 5 used to work as a store assistant. He still has his ID tag pinned to his chest. He has minor wounds to his right leg and his left shoulder and a deep bite wound on his left leg.
This group of zombies all sustained appalling wounds and for that reason I have named them the Wounded. Suffice to say, they were a lot of fun to paint.
Wounded 1, at the far left, had his right arm severed at the shoulder. In addition, he was shot in the heart and suffered a severe bite wound to his right thigh.
Wounded 2 lost his right arm just above the elbow. His right leg is a gory mess as a massive chunk was taken from his inner thigh, which severed his femoral artery.
Wounded 3 has had most of his internal organs removed from a massive hole in his stomach. It looks like some zombies fed well from him!
Wounded 4 would be classed as a zombie crawler. His left leg has been severed just below the knee and his left arm was severed at the shoulder.
Wounded 5 was an army veteran who lost both his legs when he was caught in the blast zone of an Improvised Explosive Device in the recent war in Afghanistan. Pensioned out of the army he ended up on the streets of Mayhem City as a beggar. The placard around his neck reads "Homeless and Hungry". (I didn't paint it on but used a fine-nibbed Rotring pen to write it on.) He had no chance of escaping the zombies when the apocalypse began. His throat was ripped out, ending his life of suffering.

Sunday, 13 September 2015

Victory Force Zombies 03

Here are my second batch of 20 zombies from the Victory Force Zombie Horde 1. Horde 1 consists purely of civilians. A second horde of 100 is made up of various first responders. I have them but I have not painted them yet.
This group of five female zombies are all wearing skirts or dresses so I have named them the Skirts. At the far left is Skirt 1, who has been bitten in the right arm. The wound is not noticeable from the front but is clearly visible from behind.
Skirt 2 is another bottle blonde and she has lost her left hand. I do like her patterned skirt, which I copied from a clothing catalogue.
Skirt 3 is a young African/American woman who has had her throat cut. She is leaning forward so appears to be smaller than she should be.
Skirt 4 has been bitten in the left shoulder. Note that she still has her handbag hanging from her right shoulder.
Mousey-haired Skirt 5 had her right eye gouged out. She wears a full dress instead of a skirt but still fits in well with this group.
This group of gentlemen are all wearing suits, hence I have called them the Suits. At the far left, Suit 1 was an office worker. He still wears his ID badge on his left breast. He has lost his right arm below the elbow and has been bitten in the upper left leg.
Suit 2 is formally attired in dinner-wear. He suffers no obvious wound but his left hand is smeared in blood, presumably, not his own.
Suit 3 is more casually dressed, but is still smart. He also has no obvious wounds, but blood around his mouth has dribbled down, suggesting he has recently fed on a hapless victim.
Suit 4 looks like an archetypal Northerner, and by that I mean the North of England. There is not a single mark on him and other than his blank eyes you could easily mistake him for being alive. Not all of my zombies are covered in gore!
Suit 5 is the same figure minus the flat cap and his right arm. You'll find in this horde duplicate figures that look identical at first glance but differ in some small way.
My next group of five male zombies all wear smart casual clothing so I named them the Casuals. Casual 1, at the far left of the group,  has had his right arm severed at the shoulder and has been bitten in the lower right leg.
Casual 2 has been bitten in the right shoulder and the lower right leg.
Casual 3 wears a brown jacket over a white T-shirt. He has been bitten in both thighs and has been shot in the lower back.
Casual 4 is an elderly Jewish man. Note the skull cap on the back of his head denoting his faith. He has suffered a severe stomach wound and both his hands are being used to keep his guts from spilling out. Seeing as he is now a zombie I don't know why he is bothering.
Casual 5 is a young man who has been slashed across his chest and bitten in his lower right leg. Blood covers his hands and lower face.
The final group of male zombies are old enough to have retired from the workforce, so I named them the OAPs (Old Aged Pensioners). White-haired OAP 1 has had his left cheek bitten off.
OAP 2 has been shot in the heart by a low-calibre bullet as it has not exited from his back.
OAP 3 has suffered a similar fate, only he has been shot in the stomach.
Bald OAP 4 has a cut to the back of his head. The blood around his mouth came from a victim he has fed on.
OAP 5 has been shot in the stomach. He wears glasses, which have been knocked askew and now only cover one eye. That is an interesting and unusual feature.

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Victory Force Zombies 02

When my computer died a couple of weeks ago I had a load of free time on my hands. One of the things I did whilst my computer was being repaired was take lots of photos. A few years ago, an American-based figures company, Victory Force, had a sale on in which you could buy a horde of 100 28mm scale zombie miniatures. I forget how much they were but I bought them, painted them and never got round to photographing them. Shame on me! Well, that oversight on my part has been rectified and over the next few weeks I'm going to showcase my complete Victory Force zombie horde.
I'll tell you right now that these are not the best sculpted zombies you'll see. They are rather crude when compared to the likes of Studio Minis or Zombicide's zombies. Also, no pun intended, they are rather lifeless as they lack animation and appear very static. But this doesn't bother me. These figures are meant to represent a horde. They are not meant to be personality zombies (although thanks to my paintwork, some most certainly are personalities!). As horde zombies they work very well. Put your best looking zombies from other ranges in front of them, sit back and say, "yes, now that's what I call a horde!" Let's take a look at the first twenty. In this zombie horde the males outnumber the females by three to one. I have tried to group them so each set of five share a common theme. For the most part this tactic works well.
I start with a group of five female zombies whom I have designated as the Mums. Mum 1, at the far left is of African/American descent. She was stabbed in the stomach, which she clutches with her right hand.
Mum 2 is another African//American. Her brightly coloured blouse has been stained with blood from a bite to her neck. She was also bitten in the lower right leg.
Mum 3 worked as a secretary before a zombie bit her in the left shoulder and transformed her into one of the walking dead. She was a bit of a rebel, having dyed her hair bright red and shaved her hair from around her ears.
Mum 4 is the oldest of the group as noted by her greying hair. Her left hand has been chopped off, leaving her to die of blood loss.
Mum 5, at the far right, has broken her left arm at the elbow, which is why it hangs at an odd angle. Blood smears around her mouth indicate she has been feeding recently.
My first group of male zombies are the Hoodies. Hoodie 1, at the far left, is wearing a Onesie and a green and yellow scarf. He has been shot in the centre of his chest. His right hand is covered in blood.
Hoodie 2 is also wearing a Onesie and a scarf. He has a bite on the side of his right thigh and both of his hands are smeared with blood.
Hoodies 3 and 4 wear short sleeved hoodie tops and matching tracksuit bottoms. Hoodie 3 has lost his left arm at the elbow, whilst Hoodie 4 has a massive wound to his stomach, which he clutches with one hand. Hoodie 3 is a Caucasian, whilst Hoodie 4 is an African/American.
Finally, Hoodie 5 is an African/American who wears a black hoodie over a red sweatshirt. He got shot in the centre of his chest
My next group are the Biker zombies. Biker 1 is an aged gang leader and sports a mighty impressive moustache and a shock of white hair. He was stabbed in the upper chest and a bite has been taken from the back of his head but has not penetrated the skull.
Biker 2 is a muscular African/American, who has also been stabbed in the upper chest and presumably bled to death.
Biker 3 is another aged biker. He is clearly overweight and has been clawed across his stomach, bitten in the right leg and bitten in the right arm.
Biker 4 appears to be the youngest of the group and he has died hard. His right arm has been severed just below the elbow. He has a couple of bite wounds on  his left arm and a bite wound next to his groin.
Biker 5 is the only one wearing a leather jacket. He has also lost his right arm just below the elbow.
My third group of zombie males are the Negroes (I hope that is not an offensive term any more). At the far left is a blue-collar worker African/American who was bitten in the upper right arm.
Negro 2 was an office worker who suffered a small cut to his right thigh and a large bite to his left thigh. His hands are smeared with blood and blood around his mouth and neck suggests he has been feeding recently.
Negro 3 was another office worker. He died of blood loss when his right arm was torn off at the elbow.
Negro 4 wears a sweatshirt bearing a four-leafed clover to honour the Mayhem City St. Patrick's Day celebrations. He has been bitten twice in his left thigh. His hands are covered in blood as he futilely tried to stem the blood loss.
Negro 5 is dressed in smart casual clothing and has suffered a massive bite wound to his left thigh, which has bled profusely.