I have added the appropriate decals for my tanks, added some minor chipping and weathering effects, using different shades and tones for drybrushing and pin washes. Furthermore MIG pigments and Tamiya weathering powders were used on the armor plates and mine plow.
The exhaust of the turbine. The engine of the Abrams tank produces an enormous amount of heat. I drybrushed with black and two brigher tones of grey and finally added some pigments.
I love the way the lower section of the hull turned out after oil paint wash, pin washing pigment use. It looks dirty and heavily worn.
The mine plow. What appears to be wet mud is MIG pigments with fixer to hold them in place. The latter hasn't dried which makes it look wet. I hope this turns into a more dusty/sand mixture once it has dried - it wasn't supposed to look like wet mud. Oh, well....