|The entire new paint collection in all its heady glory!|
|German Armour Colour Combo triples 1937-1945|
|ummm... yup! Clear doped linen!|
|A couple of loose paints and a thinner to try out...|
|German Panzer Grey paint set.|
|German Field Grey Uniforms Paint Set|
|Weathering powders, pigments, filters and washes...|
The scenery project I have planned is very dystopian which just ticks so many of my boxes I'm not actually sure there is a word for the pleasure it will give me.
This means that rampant verdant arboreal growth and decrepit and derelict vehicles and human detritus are the way forwards.
I have rather a lot of stuff in a couple of boxes that should, by now, provide me with almost everything I need to create convincing mini-vignettes of an old human dystopian city-scape...
These two medium sets are just icing on the cake...
|Uniform Definition Filters|
|Old & Weathered Wood Volumes 1 and 2, and the Realistic Wood Effects book|
However this is in no small part due to the fact that I just cant seem to put my Polish army to one side and in line with this sad state of affairs I have been so pleased with my Obrona Narodowa platoon that I've decided to expand it to a full company... and this means horse drawn carts!
I really wanted the opportunity to paint these wagons to look old and beaten up but if there is one thing I am not too flashy at it is emulating wood. I decided to take the plunge and buy one of AK Interactive's instructional books along with the two acrylic paint sets and see what I could wring from these wagons...
Oh yeah, and there is of course also the fact that I will be able to use it on my dystopian scenery for Dropzone Commander and of course all of the wooden buildings that one finds in eastern Poland and the Russian front in WW2
So there we have it! New toys and I feel reinvigorated again....