This week I have been unusually busy in my Personal Life, with Mother's Day and three (!!!) birthday celebrations interrupting my painting time. Nonetheless, I have managed to finish one model in the past few days - another Moskva-class Dreadnought for the Russian Coalition!
A crucial part of my ongoing build-up of forces for the Hunt for the Markgraf narrative campaign, this vessel will lead a massive fleet of Russian fleets into the final glorious battles of the campaign. I promise it will be impressive!
This is not the largest model in the works for that, however. Something big is waiting to crest the horizon... watch this space!
|The second Moskva-class Dreadnought is finally finished after three or four sessions of painting|
|Although I have painted this model before, I forgot how many armour panels and plates there are! The endless layers of grey started to drive me crazy after a while...|
|The general details of the model are the same as the original, but the painting differs slightly where the generator has a stronger verdigris finish, and the rust is more pronounced in areas like the metal decking and around the pipes on the side|
|The vessel was a joy to paint once the initial grey blocking was finished, and I look forward to continuing to expand the Russian Coalition|
|The latest addition to the fleet joins its comrades|
|The pair of Moskva-class Dreadnoughts - an imposing sight|
|The Markgraf faces its greatest threat yet|
|Capital vessels of the Russian Coalition set sail!|