Taking a brief rest from things naval I returned to the mighty tank that never really was, the Mighty Maus (Mouse) from a previous post.
Not a hard paint job as there were many huge flat surfaces quite easy to wet brush over. Not a pretty thing, just an armoured box on tracks, with a huge gun in an infeasible turret.
Towards the end things seemed to be going slightly pink. At first I thought it was my eyes until I checked the Tamiya label, Desert Yellow XF-59, the "modern" desert camouflage as opposed to my intended Panzer Yellow.
Ah well, it was still in the base colour undercoat so I decided not to panic and amused myself by comparing it to a Panzer I (see above and below). Tiny Tim the "Panzer I" certainly shows the breadth of WWII German tank designs.
The next stage is to black wash with a watered down Anita's Acrylic Metallic Black.