Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Going oldschool green with Russian armor

Traditionally I haven't been that big a fan of monotone schemes on armor - the flatness often kills the 'ooo' factor and has been one of the primary hesitancies behind my foray into ww2. However, with my recent discovery of color modulation through the airbrush, this has all changed, and I've become a bit of a green junkie, to say the least.

This round I fired out a couple of modern Russian vehicles in plain green: A BTR-T by cromwell, and a revell T-72 with an aftermarket B turret.

The BTR-T: an APC constructed out of a redundant T-55 hull

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T-72B (crewman is a conversion of one of black dog's new Israeli tank crew with a Partisan pattern jacket.

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