Here after some delay are better pics of the two Mk IVs, male and female. I've also completed their nemesis, a German A7V, named "Nixe" purchased as a resin and metal kit from Old Glory. I was quite happy with the quality of the model, and it compares favorably with another A7V I painted up a few years ago from Brigade Games. I based it on illustrations from Osprey's book on WW1 German Panzers, together with a few historical photographs. It doesn't correspond to any one A7V but is more like a combination of a couple of German tanks that fought near Villiers-Bretonneux in 1918.
I've also completed an Old Glory British Lanchester armored car.
And finally, after what for me is a monumental week of painting, you have Ronin Number 23, from Old Glory's Samurai Wars.
This is really wonderful work Kevin. I particularly like the splinter pattern camouflage you've done on the A7V and the Samurai figure, of course, is fabulous - thank you very much!
Finally, that last trench photo is awesome! Kevin, I think your work in the WWI oeuvre rivals that of Sidney. I find both of your work amazing, unsettling and inspiring, all in succession.
These WWI vehicles and Ronin #23 will give Kevin 50 points. Well done!