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Friday, November 4, 2011

A Whole Mess o' T-34s (and other Soviet armor)

I finished the last 6 T-34s (by The Plastic Soldier Company) I had to do. That brings my total to 22 Soviet T-34s (all with 76 or 85 option- thank you Plastic Soldier Company!), and 12 German T-34s.  The German T-34s can be used as an SS Beutepanzer Company in the Flames of War book "East Front".

With 34 vehicles, T-34s are now officially my most numerous type of tank! Just 1 ahead of Shermans with 33. (17 for the Americans, 2 for the Germans, 14 for the 8th Army Brits).

Here are all 22 of the Soviet tanks!






And now adding in the German SS T-34s for good measure!






And now all of the soviet armor I have painted right now!  This is a mix of The Plastic Soldier Company, Game Models, and Battlefront Miniatures.






6 comments:

Anatoli said...

Very impressive, fantastic job!

About that T-34 army, is anyone actually able to stop it in the game?

indierockclimber said...

It's stoppable! I once played in a tournament where I faced 3 different Tankovy lists and won all 3 games. That's anecdotal evidence I suppose, but you don't see the lists dominating the tournament scene.

It's a mean as hell list in late war though, no doubt about it!

Don M said...

It can be done, if the you have your 88s placed just right and the gaming gods smile!

Oh btw I have a really great web site about the Soviet Army in WWII has tons of photos and color pics of everything you can think of!

http://www.armchairgeneral.com/rkkaww2/index.htm

cbaxter said...

thats is one hell of of horde, nice work, comrade stalin would be proud of your factory workers output

Luke said...

I just pee'd a little when looking at that.

Kage said...

Very very nice

I'm not one for the "cartoon" style. Mostly because I can't pull it off. But I do like how the style looks.

I like those ones better then the other ones. the other ones are more my painting style.

these t-34's are my favorites of anything I've seen you paint.

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