I picked up a set of Grot Tanks on a visit to Warhammer World. Having not really looked at them for a while, having been stuck at the undercoated stage, I thought I might try and finish them.
The set contains four different variant chassis, tracks, exhausts and turrets as well as four fantastic Grot Tank Kommandaz and 5 different, incredibly shooty, weapon options.
I had worked on one tank first, but have now started on the others.
With Grot Tank I I painted the tracks with Gorthor Brown. I then painted the exhausts with Leadbelcher.
I had already given Grot Tank II a base coat of Chieftain Green but then started to paint the tracks with Gorthor Brown. I then painted the exhausts with Leadbelcher.
I also used the same paint to paint the Grotzooka ammo box and the Grotzooka ammo in the cannon.
Having worked quite a bit on Grot Tank III I am now quite pleased with how it turned out.
Though I think I will need to fix that track, so it’s out with the green stuff.
I painted the tracks with Gorthor Brown. When I did this I actually noted in the workbench page that I had used Dryad Bark, which is a much darker colour. It was only when painted the other Grot Tanks that I realised I hadn’t used Dryad Bark and must have used Gorthor Brown. The whole point of these guides is they should help me paint! Anyway I was pleased with the way the Gorthor Brown tracks now look. So I had to repaint some of the other tanks.
I did the tracks on the Grot Tank IV with Gorthor Brown. I then painted the exhausts with Leadbelcher.
See the workbench features on the Grot Tanks.