venerdì 17 gennaio 2014

10mm Mark IV...

2014 is the centenary of the beginning of the Great War...
Obviously this date has increased the interest for this historical
period among wargamers and collectors.

Here's a small painting guide for some 10mm British Mark IV,
 Pendraken miniatures, and you can consult our other painting
guides about WWI too. Infantry and other tanks...Enjoy :-)

  White primer and base colour...

 Dark green washing...

 Silver for tracks and white and red for insignias...


Dark washing, weathering and a small amount of drybrush...

 Left view...

 Frontal view...

 Rear view...

 Close-up...

And Happy Wargaming to All!

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12 commenti:

  1. Very nice looking AFVs, Foggy!

    RispondiElimina
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    1. Thank you Jay...and infantry coming soon... :-)

      Marzio "Foggy"

      Elimina
  2. Molto belli!
    Quale regolamento useresti per la WWI?

    RispondiElimina
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    1. Glasssie... :-)

      Li uso per le regole Pz8. Sono molto semplici, io uso quelle per la WWI, ed hanno diversi scenari.
      E le userò anche con la seconda edizione di Great War Spearhead... :-)

      Marzio.

      Elimina
  3. I don't know why I have a fascination with this model tank. So Victorian, or Vernian? Or maybe it was the story my grandmother told me of them driving up Fayette street from the factory in West Conshohocken. I can't wait to get my analogs of these when Martian Front launches later this month.

    RispondiElimina
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    1. Your grandmother told you, maybe..., of some Mk V, an improved version of Mk IV, on parade :-)

      Marzio.

      Elimina
  4. Did they really insignia in the upper corners like that?

    RispondiElimina
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    1. Yes, white and red stripes were a real insignia. Other common markings were numbers and letters, for exemple F64... :-)

      Marzio.

      Elimina
  5. Davvero notevoli. I miei complimenti. (......le domande.....???)....... ;)

    RispondiElimina
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    1. Glasssie :-)

      E le risposte arrivano...arrivano... ;-)

      Marzio.

      Elimina
  6. Very nice Marzio, love the paintjob...waiting for the infantry!

    RispondiElimina
  7. Already in the painting queue... :-)

    Marzio.

    RispondiElimina