Thes, upon my call to help me out growing my 15mm WW2 arsenal, were generously sent by Mr Andrew Saunders from Loki's Great Hall; I do owe him one for this. Supposed to be the early version Tigers but I was sort of deliberate with some details.
With the Zvezda kits I have obviously became too comfortable. Fitting pegs and holes everywhere, one-piece tracks and so on. Now these are only one step more difficult so assembly took a little more time but everything went OK. The tracks'n'wheels are made of 4 parts so there had to be a little sequence undercoating each part one after another but with that the hardships were over.
On to painting: a black undercoat, mixed earth brown and yellow basecoat, brown and green camo as on the kit box; then a drybrush of gunmetal on the necessary parts and medium gray on the hull. Then came a finish of quickshade and a wash with the Vallejo pigment plus extra weathering on the tracks. They look worn and war-torn and beaten by weather and that is how I imagined them. Success.
This is the company commander with victory marks on the gun. The figs looking out the hatches are a nice touch. I'm a little bit afraid I mangled the lights again - you be my judges.
Rear ends with extra weathering on the exhausts.
You can see more dust looking at them from above. The bases are 2mm x 4cm x 8cm MDF boards bought on ebay. With these the series of AFVs and WW2 stuff ends for a while. I think I will paint some JWI forces and then a little pike&shotte. A good, healthy variety.