Painted Mark IV in 3mm

I am very pleased with these released 3mm Mark IV tanks from PicoArmor. As they were used in training in England as well Western Front (Cambrai and Ypres), 3rd Battle of Gaza, German Revolution and even readied for a possible Operation Hush they are required for the second half of the war.

These are painted for both training and operational uses. Training and production tanks were in a medium grey. I used a Vallejo Medium Sea Grey with a 50% Citadel Badar Balack wash. With a final dry brush of 50% Medium Sea Grey and 50% White.

The other groups are done with craft paints (Fawn, Sable Brown and Golden Brown) and washed with Citadel Ogryn Flash and Devlan Mud.

I am pleased with the effects. They look even better on the table using the three foot rule.

So what do you think?

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2 Responses to Painted Mark IV in 3mm

  1. cstoesen says:

    They look good. Nice job. How many of these are you going to be making again?

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