So I have managed to get this last entry done, just under the wire... and as the saying goes... and now for something completely different...
Well OK not completely different ...but I haven't painted much of this stuff in a while... ;-)
So here we have 5 Plastic Soldier Company 15mm scale German Panzer IIIM.
I have done them in my typical style of 3 colour German mid/late war camo...
Here's a close up of the command tank... Decals by DOM.
Just like to finish off by saying I've had a blast this year, really enjoyed it, though must admit I'm feeling a little burned out now by this time, especially with the Anzac addition to the Challenge this year for me... but its nearly over and the end of March is not that far off.
Thrilled I reached my first target, even if it was with a little help from the bonus round points, and pressed on through second target and will finish just shy of my final target, but I am pretty stonked with that :)
Thanks for all the kind comments and votes for the bonus rounds... and a big thanks to Curt for managing all the madness! I don't know know how you manage it, and paint and have a life outside of the hobby!
No doubt I'll see you all again next year...so this is ScottB...signing out...
Ah, it's very nice to see you return to your 15mm WWII stuff Scott. You've done some lovely work on these. I've always liked the look of the M variant of the Pz III - with its centerline cuppola, bolted-on armour upgrades and the long 50mm gun - it has a honest workmanlike aesthetic about it. A great design. You've also done a wonderful job with the camo and the weathering looks excellent as well.
I'm delighted to hear that you've had a good Challenge this year Scott. You definitely wowed us with your various LotR/Hobbit entries - providing a huge amount of inspiration to those of us collectng the models and/or who loved the films.
Best of luck with your participation in the Gallipoli exhibit - it's a one-of-a-kind opportunity so enjoy it!