|A Centurion Sho't and a T-62 from Pico Armor beside a Canadian penny.|
|QRF T-62s "drying" and waiting until the arms build up on the Golan Heights Project can resume|
|Centurion Sho'ts - the round base is meant to represent a command tank|
Inspired by that 1:1 Civil War post from Curt, I wondered what individually based Ozzdial Osmy tanks might look like? If they were individually based, the tanks could spread out where it made sense, but with the small vehicles, you could have a lot of them on a normal-sized game table. But what would it look like?
|T-62s from Ozzdial Osmy - I attempted to replicate Syrian camouflage on these vehicles|
Pico Armor products are very reasonably priced, so the experiment is one of minimal expense. I based some tanks on 20mm square 1.5mm-thick wood bases from Litko, using 30mm round bases to represent the tanks of company and battalion commanders.
|A T-34/85 on the left, and a Tiger II on the right.|
|T-34/85s on the left, King Tiger in the middle, and T-34/76s (1943) on the right, with a Canadian penny to provide some scale|