An assortment of Pendraken 10mm armour, painted up over the Christmas break.
Top L-R, Vickers Light Tank MkVIb, T-26 with 45mm gun.
Bottom row, L3/33 tankettes.
I painted the tankettes in a variant of the Hungarian camouflage pattern because it looks more interesting than the plain brown that seems the commonest paint scheme. The Mk. VIb is in the British Army pattern of 1940. The T-26 is a basic Soviet olive green. As an experiment I mounted all the vehicles on clear plastic bases so they would blend with the ground beneath.
An unexpected encounter at a crossroads during the VBCW, somewhere in England's green and pleasant land. The Mk. VIb commander has moments to decide what to do, whilst the tankettes scuttle through a gateway in an effort to outflank the monster - or perhaps to escape destruction. The telegraph poles are a new addition to the scenery.
I have a batch of BUF infantry on the painting block, halfway through the process. Photos to follow in the next few days.