Wednesday, 30 December 2015

MarkH - 15mm WWII German Tanks (30 Points)

Hi Guys

Busy painting week this week but not a lot got finished. There is lots of stuff on the table including 4x 24 man Confederate ACW units (which may be done by next week). Several other 15mm Flames of War units and 21x 28mm Samurai Bandits. (I seem to have the dreaded finishing disease at the moment...)

So this weeks submission is 5x 15mm Tanks



3 Jadpanthers and 2 Panther G's

I've done them with a bit of wear and tear and used filters and streaking effects similar to last weeks submission with the Panzer III in 28mm. The effect isn't quite as good in 15mm but they stand out well on the table top.


Left and right side of Jadpanther 212.


Left and right side of Jadpanther 213.



Left and right side of Jadpanther 214.

I used a mixture of Tamiya and Vallejo Paints and Ak interactive enamel washes.


Left and right side of Panther 420.



Left and right side of Panther 421.

No idea what a 15mm large tank is worth in points but at least i finished something.  

Mark
:)


'Interactive enamel washes'? What is this heretical sorcery? I'm barely interactive when I'm at my hobby desk and certainly don't like the idea of being upstaged by my paint. Seriously though, these are beautiful looking tanks Mark - the camo looks brilliant and so does the weathering.
These five will give you 30 points, but your description of your painting queue sounds very impressive and I sense an impending points bomb on the horizon.  Now, back to work! 


25 comments:

  1. I love the camo work. Did you air brush or free hand these? very nice work!

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  2. Thanks Guys all airbrushed for the camo. I could never do commissions without one - it would take too long.

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  3. Beautiful work! I am really envious of your skill.

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  4. Simply gorgeous. Who doesn't like a Jagdpanther?

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  5. Fantastic camo, absolutely lovely.

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  6. Beautiful if one can say that about tanks!

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  7. I did a double take when I read they were 15mm, the details jumped out so much! Great work on the camo and weathering!

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  8. !5mm wow! That is seriously impressive work.

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  9. The tanks are real gems. So much detail with the weathering. Love it.

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  10. Really sharp work - well done.

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  11. Very nice indeed, love the Jagpanther

    Ian

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  12. Thanks for all the great comments guys.

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  13. Thanks for all the great comments guys.

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  14. Whoa! Seriously nice tanks Mark. The camo is awesome.

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  15. You've got the paint job spot on! No pun intended ;-)

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  16. Fabulous work on these! The camo came out great and the weathering, while decent, looks spot on. Mine usualy look like beeing in some serious state of disrepair.

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    1. Its not a hard effect to do, it just takes a little bit of time.

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  17. That weathering is perfect, especially considering the smaller scale. And I love your color palette on the camo--not too bright, not too muted.

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    1. Yeah its a fine line between too bright and not to bright. Sometimes i get it right sometimes i dont.

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  18. Very nice tanks! I like the camouflage and insignia very much!

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