|IDF Centurion Sho'ts - models from Peter Pig|
|Base coats on black primer - GW "Death World Forest"|
|GW "Zandri Dust" is dry brushed on to the base coats|
Here are some pictures of the two tanks finished tanks using the newer approach.
|Tank from the front - the commander is behind his .50 cal|
|The chevron indicates company number, and the rings indicate battalion number|
|I threw some dirt (weathering pigments) on the turret - it will fade a bit in time|
|Another view from the front|
|The placards on the back of the turret indicate the tank number - "Bet 3"|
|This tank was supposed to be "Bet 2" - my hebrew free hand painting needs practice...I also painted a little battalion symbol on the back of the engine|
|Top view, showing the commander in his hatch|
|The tank in the middle is from the first attempt - the two tanks on either side used the newer approach|
I will also try and add some more stowage to the MBTs to spice things up. Peter Pig has tank stowage, and so does Battlefront. Things like blanket rolls and boxes really give the tanks a look of being in the field.