Monday, October 31, 2016

Leopard 2 - Company command - Team Yankee - Battlefront


Hello everyone!

I recently tried my hand at painting a Leopard 2 from Battlefront, for their new game Team Yankee. When Team Yankee was released I was pretty stoked because I thought it would be cool to possible assemble a little Danish Force (If they ever decided to make it), but in the meantime a modern german tank force would suffice! :-D so I bought the German start set with 5 Leopards and 2 helicopters (The name escapes me).

I really love the design of the Leopard 2, it is with out a doubt my favorite modern main battle tank, and it was really cool to paint one. It's been a while since I painted a modern tank (and the last time I even painted it as a WW2 one... ).

Anyway enough talk, time for pictures! enjoy.



  
  
  
  

C&C is more than welcome, here, Instagram or Facebook :)

Until next time!
Chris

Monday, January 11, 2016

Elefant - Battlefront - GE132


Hello everyone

It's been while since I updated this this blog and for that I'm sorry. Most of last year I spent painting stuff for my friends and other favors but after having finished those projects, I thought it was time I finished these two Elefants from Battlefront. I actually started painting these at the same time I did my Otto Carius Jagdtiger, but then something got in the way, and they got shelved until now.

I did however kinda rush them finished, but even though I think they turned out fairly decent :)

Not much else to add, so have some more pictures!











That's it for now.

It might be a while before I update here again, but if you want to check up on my work go to my other blog Dorn's Arrow. My next project for this blog will probably be an E-100 in 1/35 scale.


Until then
Chris

Monday, August 10, 2015

Tiger I - Warlord Games - WGB-WM-123


Hello everyone!

It's been a while since I posted an update on this blog, so I thought I'd better take some pictures of my Bolt Action Tiger I from Warlord Games which I finished a few months ago (Just never got around to taking pictures before now...).

It was very fun to paint a larger tank for a change, and 1/56 is actually a quite nice scale to work with. The model was pretty great and fit together nicely even though it mainly consists of 4 large pieces of resin and the detail is superb. Coming from having primarily painting 1/100 scale tanks it was also a little challenging, but the overall techniques are exactly the same as when I paint the smaller vehicles.

Sadly I had to rush it to completion, so there wasn't time for pigments and stuff like that, I just had to many other projects that needed my attention. Still turned out nice though :-p

Painting mainly with Ammo of Mig acrylics and washes.


That's it for now, hope you like it :)

Chris