US armor of World War Two has always suffered from a certain 'dinkyness', with tanks that just look way too cute when compared with their allies and opposition. As I have started playing US airborne in Chain of Command I decided I need some supporting armor, but the question was how to toughen it up. Weathering was the key, and in that, I decided to try and take on two subjects: A standard M4A3 and the bigger, meaner looking E8 variant. I think the rain streaks were particullarly effective in this case.
And the smaller, A3 brother
Both models by Peter Pig.