40K-tanks, upgraded

This weekend I got a visit from two of my friends and
the agenda was to play a Warhammer 40k-tournament.
To prepare for this I have traded some german WW2-soldiers
for two 40k-tanks (Chimera and Hellhound).
The tanks were in pieces and was to be built and also to be
painted. I had already had a Hellhound and a Leman Russ but
they were painted in desert-camo.
The new upgrade was to make a camo for all the tanks and
the goal was to blend in with the troops.
I painted the camo in time for the tournament but some
details remains to be done. I got my inspiration for the
camo from Bundeswehr tarn and I have painted the colurs 
in layers. The coverpaint was Citadel Castellan green and
then I used Citadel: Mournfang brown, Death world forest,
Dawnstone and Abaddon black.
The result are to see on the pictures. A second report will be
made showing all the tanks completed with rust and all the

12 kommentarer:

  1. Svar
    1. Grazie mile Luca.Always more feeling to the pictures when taken together with the right scenery.

  2. Big plus for Leman Russ!

    1. Thankyou very much. The Leman Russ gives my unit a extra muscle when fighting at the table. :)

  3. Svar
    1. Thankyou very much Michael. :)

  4. Theselook really good and fit in well with your terrain and other forces - I do like the 'lived in' look.

    1. Thankyou very much Joe. I am not finished yet but I am satisfied with the look so far.

  5. Looks great, nice cammo pattern on the vehicles.

    1. Stort tack Jonas.I got inspired by your SS-pattern but I used more green to make the vehicles to better blend in with the troops.