Friday 20 June 2014

WW2 ARMOUR part 3. T-34/85, Humber & Tetrarch Light Tank

The latest three vehicles I have painted are from left to right, Tetrarch Light Tank, Humber Scout Car and a Warlord plastic, Soviet T-34/85 Medium Tank.

 I have not given the Tetrarch any markings as I want it to be as versatile as possible. Mainly as back-up for my airborne  platoon, flown in arriving in a Hamilcar glider.

As part of the Allied Lend Lease scheme, it will be assisting my Russians.

And last but not least, attached to my small Recce force.

The usual staged shots, starting with my Soviets.

And the Brits.


The last of the Allies, Panzer Grey next.

Saturday 7 June 2014


Here we have my second batch of WW2 vehicles painted up. These are a troop of Sherman's with a Firefly.
I have also just finished another batch so I will be taking photo's of those for the next post and then it will be onto Early War German vehicles which have been prepped up ready to paint.

A few action/staged shots along with some of the vehicles I painted in batch 1. Hope you like.


Lt. Colonel J.O.E. Vandeleur: You don't know the worst. This bit we're on now?
Grenadier Guards major: Yes?
Lt. Colonel J.O.E. Vandeleur: It's the wide part.

Just looking at the stats on this blog and I have noticed a couple of milestones that I have passed. Now had over 200000 views and 301 followers, so I thank you all that pay this blog a visit.
The most popular post on this blog is the War of the Roses, Sharpe Practice page with nearly 6000 visits. Makes me think I will have to do some more of these in the future, along with my AWI.