bought this little tank a while ago and I am kind of on a painting kick right now so im going through my old bin of projects and finishing some stuff up.On one hand its fun just to do and on another its nice to finish up things you have had sitting around for years.
Flames Of War 1/100 scale(15mm) Sherman tank
Started with a small piece of wood and in pencil just traced out the general lay out of things.
In Photoshop i created a quick store front to print out and glue to a card then cut out the separate layers of card creating a 3D building face.the brick base was made of Sculpey and i filled in the back of the building with Celluclay a wet paper clay that dries light and strong and is great for filling in spaces .I then smoothed out the seams with a 2 part putty and sanded it .
I baked the wood and the Sculpey bricks together but attached the building piece after .I'm pretty sure Celluclay and 2 part putty is not good to have in the oven .
After priming it with grey spray primer paint i did a burnt sienna acrylic base coat .
Sherman tank in the land of chocolate!
First pass paint on the base using hobby acrylics
Sherman tank paint pass and a second pass of ware on the base
Some details.Its hard to tell but i shrank the window and the door by adding a paint boarder around the edges.It helped the scale of it over all.
A penny for scale.