- 25/11/2014 at 13:01 #13193
I have been busy over the weekend painting up some nice Forged in Battle 15mm tanks!
Pz III’s (3M’s and 1 N)
I have another 3 PzIV’s to get done, updates soon.
For more pics have a look here-
http://stevenkelly1.blogspot.com/25/11/2014 at 19:16 #13203irishserbParticipant
Very nice! Thanks for sharing the pics.25/11/2014 at 19:58 #13204Rod RobertsonParticipant
Very nice paint jobs yorkie! I love Forged in Battle models. Your Pz. III’s and Pz. IV look great. Keep up the good work and keep on posting your progress for all to admire.
Rod Robertson.25/11/2014 at 20:32 #13207LudditeParticipant
Lovely work.25/11/2014 at 21:46 #13208Steve JohnsonParticipant
I really like the battered looking one with missing schurzen plates.30/11/2014 at 20:01 #13395
Thanks for the kind words!
This week I have been cracking on with these, and have finished the platoon.
Pz IV’s plough through farmland hunting T34’s!
I have also printed out some cards that I found over on Boardgame geek.
These are designed to replace the little morale counters that are placed in a cup during Battlegroup games, with the advantage that the special rules and events etc are on the cards so less looking stuff up in the book.
Anyway, as always more detail here –
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http://stevenkelly1.blogspot.com/06/12/2014 at 07:13 #13682
The last model in this batch of WW2 painting, heres the StuH42 G. An assault gun armed with a 10.5 cm leFH 18 howitzer instead of an anti tank gun. It should prove useful for removing soviet infantry from their bunkers and trenches!
This time I have used a Battlefront model, but converted it slightly, namely i removed the commanders cupola and replaced it with a spare Forged in battle one. Theres a bit more information over on my blog for those interested!
Thanks for looking,
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