Painting and Wargaming (mostly) Flames of War in South Africa
Fantastic looking unit!
Superlative paintwork as always!Christopher
Superb paintjob mate! would you mind sharing your colors used for the green basecoat etc. I'm about to paint some shermans and fireflys from the Open Fire set and the last I did I painted olive drab (AK modulation set) and then gave them a thin coat of Tamiya Olive Green to lighten it up abit...
Thanks Piratos. Nice blog BTW; following.The green is VMC 888 Olive Grey, followed by panel highlights with Panzer Aces 336 Afrika Korps Tankcrew. An overall filter applied with brown ("Brown for Green" or something similar) to tone it down. Gloss varnish when dry, then a pin-wash wherever detail warrants it.CdlT
Super! thank you very much, will check it out when I start painting mine :)and thanks for following ^^
And might I add, love your blog! :-D got it on my own blog list so I don't miss updates ^^
Dreamy! I must say, of all the 15mm painters out there, your minis are truly one of my favorites to oogle!Troy
Superb. Actually makes Churchills look sexy!!
very nice shading. :-)
Amazing work again.Cheers
Awesome job man. Love them. I really don't like the shapes of this tank but in a modeler point of view it is very interestiong. I really need to buy few of these for my Soviet army.