Last weekend our local game shop held an April fools themed event. The just of it was that anyone who wanted to join in had to bring a 1500 point company. And for every Company fielded the store owner would field half the amount in points of his own forces to go up against us all.
The catch being that all the store owners forces would be in Ambush! The game was alot of fun. It was unpridictable and fast paced. The winner was determined by who on the attacking team could get farthest down the table lol.
Anyway I wanted to field a Bake Panther company with a Tiger platoon so I had to paint up my tigers that had been sitting in the Q for months as fast as I could!
I didnt finish them in time but they were all base coated and camouflaged so I used them anyways. :)
Here they are just base coated ready for camo. I used the Battlefront armor late war german spray.
Well I might as well carry on and add more as I go. Did a rust wash on the tracks using watered down Rust pigment. And then proceeded to drybrush the entire tank using 70% Middlestone and 30% buff mix.
Im pretty happy with the result. However I did change one thing compared to how I did all my other AFVs. normally I use a 50/50 mixture of Middlestone/White to do the final drybrushing. This time I switched to Middlestone/Buff. I think this gave an overall more Yellow finish which I dont like as much as the "bleached or weathered look the white gives.
They still turned out great. I think I just prefer the other result more.
Thanks for following along.