Wargaming the Seven Years War with 40mm miniatures, done by: Johann-Peter Scheck and Anselm Scheck

Monday, February 20, 2012

Prussian grenade wagon refurbished





























This grenade wagon was for a length of time waiting in the dark box to be redecovered a day. It´s a splendid model of Matthias-Manske, which I completed now with 3 new figures of the Prussian artillery corps. The typical grenade wagon was labeled with the letters "Grenaden Wagen" for to avoid mistakes in the heat of a bataille. Nowadays nobody would use this antiquated german lettering composed by 2 words; we just title it "Granatenwagen" - finish.


But I would not only present you this new composition, but also a quite interesting new delicacy from the japanese "Tamiya": it´s a weathering set in different colours of semi-humid pigments. It  looks like a make-up-casket with 3 tones, but the handling is easy and the effect great.
Just take a two-sided brush and grind colors, then apply it softly on the surface of the object.
Here is an image of the weathering set:

source: Tamiya
I worked on the waggon´s wheels and the edges of the wooden parts using the sand color similar to the summer ground on the platforms we use. The metallic parts like fittings got a darker cool shading.









5 comments:

  1. Fabulous, lovely pictures. The poses of the figures give a sense of movement - nice vignette

    -- Allan

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  2. Wunderbar gemacht(mal wieder) (:
    einfach toll

    PS:eine Kanone drauf richten...
    Malte

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  3. These figures and the arrangement look very good.:)
    It´s fantastic to see how fast Matthias Manske is creating his figures. He has shown a new modeled prussian officer on friday within the club-meeting in Nuremberg.

    -
    Mike

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  4. Juchu! Danke schoen, sehen klasse aus.

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