Thursday, February 14, 2013

1:72 scale T-26 tanks painted

We are delighted to show you the superb artwork performed on our T-26 model by Rubén Torregrosa of Heresy Brush, who has brilliantly sorted out the issues of dealing with only poor resin prototypes!
Let's take a look first on its single-turreted "B" version:
T-26B right view
T-26B left view
It must be said in advance that Rubén has had a lot of work with the open hatch turret, due to the crewman figure's poor detail, that has forced him to simulate a number of features initially missing from the prototype itself (anyway, you won't have to deal with that trouble, for sure!). Here you can see results:
T-26B crewman
The prototypes you can see show no plates riveting, or details on mudguards such as shovels, levers and so; but the ultimate plastic model will indeed. Now, a couple of pictures on the twin-turreted "A" version:
T-26A left view
T-26A right view
Also, worth to be noted that models haven't been applied any markings, for these are still being printed. However, we would like to remark the ultimate decals sheets will include national devices of USSR, Finland, Turkey and Spain (both SCW sides). We'll be able to show them pretty soon!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Very much looking forward to this one, especially how the rivets and tracks will look on the final product.