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Monday, 5 September 2011

Quick update

Just a quick update.

The fallschirmjager PAK40 anti-tank guns. Not the best standard of painting I am capable of, but I found the detail on these sculpts to be somewhat underwhelming. Tabletop standard I think...

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And a Tiger tank. This is the Forged in Battle Tiger with the "built-in" base. Went for a slightly different camo pattern to the my Panthers to show that this is more of a late-war "France" model - i.e more brown and green. Even though it's actually a mid-war model but who's being pedantic?

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That's the Germans done for now. Next up will be some British infantry (well, Polish late war) and some US Para's that I picked up for cheap in the Hobbycraft fire sale :)

2 comments:

  1. TBH m8,

    the models are so small and the detailing isnt the same as 40K/ WM, the painting job is good. I struggled with my Tiger hand painting it. I think a Air brush is a must when painting these types of tanks.

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  2. Thanks, appreciate the comments.

    I used an airbrush on the tiger - I would definitely recommend using a compressor though as the flow of air from a cannister is a bit all over the place.

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