In a blink of an eye the build is done...for now!
Weathering continued with light applications of pigments and additional Raw Umber pin washes.
The tracks were painted with a variety of browns and blacks and the track pads defined with Tamiya NATO Black.
Storage was kept ultra light with only the addition of a black rubberized tarp added to the open hull stowage bin. The flat black adds some additional depth and carries up the black from the dust skirts.
If you look at the box art of the Panda T-15 Armata kit they have depicted an operational vehicle. It's not too far off from my vision and execution.
I am planning to add the Stalingrad Modern Russian Tanker figures to the open hatches as some point in the future. The set offers up the latest in Russian AFV crew suits and helmets...very suitable for a future operational T-15 Armata!
I present to you the T-15 Armata of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. It is a modern day beast!
Very nice build i cant wait for Zevzda's kit of it that coming out sometime this year