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    AbwehrschlachtAbwehrschlacht
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    The second to last post about my Stalingrad project build can be found on my blog, here:

    http://stormofsteelwargaming.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/penultimate-stalingrad-post.html

    Thanks for looking!

    http://www.stormofsteelwargaming.com

    #25764
    Norm SNorm S
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    Can’t wait for that AAR. Seeing all the stuff together is going to be one treat.

    http://commanders.simdif.com

    #25765
    AbwehrschlachtAbwehrschlacht
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    Cheers Norm, not long to wait now, I promise! The AAR may have to wait a little while longer as I am working away from next week, so my time at home will be limited. It will happen though, I promise you!

    http://www.stormofsteelwargaming.com

    #25769
    Rod RobertsonRod Robertson
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    Abwehrschlacht:

    The guns and howitzers are looking good. That’s an awful lot of artillery for an urban warfare game, no? Well, I can hardly wait for your first Bat. Rep. to see all your cool kit in action.

    Cheer and good gaming.

    Rod Ronertson

    #25770
    kyotebluekyoteblue
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    They look great !!

    #25771
    War PandaWar Panda
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    They look fantastic! I think these are my favourites of the bunch.

    You have a very unique style of painting that really stands out. Do you have a tutorial on how you go about painting?

    I echo my friends sentiments on looking forward to seeing these beasties in action!

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    #25773
    AbwehrschlachtAbwehrschlacht
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    Cheers guys! I am glad you all liked the big guns and trucks! Rod, yep, these are probably too big for the table, but they are just representative of the artillery support (And also to remind us it exists… Something we forget in the heat of battle!).

    War Panda, I can give you a brief break down now: basically, I undercoat everything in black (that way it doesn’t look so bad if I miss something…), then they are given one or two coats of Vallejo German Grey. On top of that I inkwash a watered down version of Vallejo Black and then a final drybrush of Neutral Grey using a soft flat brush. It’s dead simple. The final touch after all the detail has been painted (wheels, etc) is a light brush of Vallejo Khaki on the spots that would be covered in dust, wheels, along the bottom of the vehicles, etc. If I can do it, anyone can!

    http://www.stormofsteelwargaming.com

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