Sunday, 18 April 2010

Mud and Blood WW1 WIP


It has been a while since I posted anything about my Pendraken 10mm WW1 figures, Truth be told they are slowly traversing the log jam that is the painting schedule on the Paint-it-Pink workbench. I have this tendency to get caught up by the latest shiny thing that catches my eye, and therefore wonder from one thing to another in a haphazard sort of way. However, it at least keeps my interest in painting and model making fresh.

I've managed to prime more since I took this photo, and even started drybrushing the base colours too. The tanks need to have their barrels replaced, as I find them a bit too easy to bend, which has slowed me down on getting them painted. I also intend to paint one Whippet and MkIV in German colours.


  1. Looks like a very nice and interesting project can't wait to see it painted up.


  2. Seconded.

    The thing that's always kept me away from WWI, despite my interest in it, is the prospect of all that custom trench terrain.

  3. However, late WW1 is not about the trenches, as the new tactics that had been developed by all the factions had forced the use of field expedient use of shell holes for cover. Most useful for the wargamer.


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