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Battle Scenes for publications

A few tank artworks completed to help describe a specific action or roll. Published by Osprey for the Dual series of books.

Extensively researched and then modelled in 3D Studion Max and rendered in V-Ray 3. Thanks to Bovington Tank Museum for letting my take a million photos of their vehicles.

22 Panzer-Division in the Crimea summer 1942, easily camouflaged from the standard grey to match the arid landscape. Note the aircraft recognition flags on the rear engine deck.

22 Panzer-Division in the Crimea summer 1942, easily camouflaged from the standard grey to match the arid landscape. Note the aircraft recognition flags on the rear engine deck.

British M5 105mm Priest passes burned out Stuart Tank in El Alamein, Osprey Publishing. Created in 3D studio max, rendered in V-ray with some photoshop. Royal Horse Artillery insignia and colours.

British M5 105mm Priest passes burned out Stuart Tank in El Alamein, Osprey Publishing. Created in 3D studio max, rendered in V-ray with some photoshop. Royal Horse Artillery insignia and colours.

Semovente M40 DA 75/18 Ariete Division in the wester Desert, took quite a while to research this tank, lots of little details nearly lost like the shape of the water intakes for the radiators.

Semovente M40 DA 75/18 Ariete Division in the wester Desert, took quite a while to research this tank, lots of little details nearly lost like the shape of the water intakes for the radiators.

Pzkpfw 38(t) Ukraine 1944, retired from front line services, some 38(t) were used to support German armoured trains. Artwork created to depict exactly that.

Pzkpfw 38(t) Ukraine 1944, retired from front line services, some 38(t) were used to support German armoured trains. Artwork created to depict exactly that.