Friday, 20 January 2012

Hetzers...

"...gonna hetz", as the saying goes. Models by Battlefront, lovely crisp castings except for the track parts which are fairly worn and need replacing in my opinion. I copied the camo scheme straight out of Hammer & Sickle as I quite like it: the camo blotches are probably a little too large, but anything much smaller is beyond my skill at present with the airbrush. Came out OK nonetheless I think, except for the tracks and exhausts which are too bright at present.






CdlT

10 comments:

  1. These are beautifully done. Very nice work indeed. I haven't invested in an airbrush yet but quality painting like this makes it a tempting option.

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  2. Go for it Lee, they are great fun, if something of a learning curve, but you won't regret it. Thanks for the kind words.

    CdlT

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  3. Airbrushes are tought to master, but are definitely worth perservering with. Lovely work as per normal!

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  4. Awesome work!

    Those make me want to do mine that have been sitting in blisters since Stalin's Europe!

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  5. Oh dear, I just made the same pun in World of Tanks, only with Marders (Marders gonna mard)... Lovely work by the way!

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  6. lovely work as always.

    Who doesn't love off center gun barrels?
    So wacky and cool.

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  7. Excellent job! They are definitely not too bright.
    I usually have the problem that I make too dark models - that's why I love such clean and bright painting.

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  8. Nice bright minis! Love the detail painting on the MG and tools - may have missed the jack on the rear fender but I can only guess if it was painted body color or left metal?!

    Tracks look smokin'!

    Troy

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