Scenario was "roughly" equal, pitting regular T-34/76 against 2 veteran Panzer IVHs. The Panzer IVs obviously defending a road junction from Ivan's patrols, somewhere in Soviet Russia.
This is also a great opportunity to show off a building project I've been working on I like to call "Party Headquarters!"
|Panzer IV scanning the road for Ivan|
against a T-34. The T-34 returns fire and the round fails to penetrate! Meanwhile the remaining Russian tanks attempt to maneuver around the disabled T-34 in the middle of the roadway.
|"Party Headquarters" acts as a nice piece of cover for this tank crew to hide behind! Note the sweet propaganda posters! |
"Comrade Stalin watches you even in battle!"
|Mobility Kill T-34 on the roadway.|
|Tank with "experimental" rust and dirt markings on it.|
|Soviet Party Headquarters! This building cost me $1.00 at the dollar tree as part of a Christmas village set. Spray paint, Army painter strong tone, and some acrylics will do wonders!|
|For the motherland! for Stalin!|
|Platoon Commander on the right hand side. He will try breaking from cover only to get shot up and destroyed by the panzers waiting in ambush!|
|Part of my 15mm Not 40k project. Galactic Space Marines and Imperial Crimson Guard patiently waiting for their flock|
|Soviet 15mm tank platoon and BTR platoon waiting for new paint jobs! Also, what's that yellow tank in there??!? A 15mm "Not Leman Russ" tank from Proxy Models.|
|A shed-load of Normandy Brits, possibly destined to be Canadians.|
|Soviet Motor Rifle Troops! About 60% done|
|Prussian Regiment, another Austrian Regiment, and some WW2 Germans.|
|Also SdKfz 10 with the 2cm flak! Finally some AA cover for my troops!|
|Some plastic soldier company guys to crew it!|
|Unfinished detailing and weathering. this has sat here primed for almost a year|
Also experimenting with 15mm Fantasy and "Kings of War" which is available free as a download. Very simple and nice looking rules.