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New Artwork from March Books!

In Military History, Featured

Today on the blog we have 3 stunning pieces of artwork from some of our March 2016 releases. Take a look and tell us what you think.

Image taken from New Vanguard 232: The Imperial Japanese Navy of the Russo Japanese War by Mark Stille

Our first piece comes from New Vanguard 232: The Imperial Japanese Navy of the Russo-Japanese War. Painted by Paul Wright, it depicts modern battleships of the IJN engaging the Russians at the battle of Tsushima.

 

Image from Campaign 291: The Dnepr 1943 by Robert Forczyk

Next up is this fantastic piece from Campaign 291: The Dnepr 1943. Painted by Steve Noon, it shows a mixed battlegroup from 8.Panzer-Division running into a group of T-34s and Infantry during a heavy snowstorm.

 

Image from Weapon 45: The Barrett Rifle by Chris McNab

Our final piece for today was provided by Johnny Shumate for Weapon 45: The Barrett Rifle. It illustrates the realities of trajectory a sniper has to negotiate over long ranges.

 

Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

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GI Gene posted on 10 Dec 2015 00:20:55
The artwork looks great. I do not envy the artist who has to illustrate the digital camouflage patterns that are found on present day uniforms.

Is Leigh Neville's "The SAS 1983-2014" elite title still coming out in March? It was listed there on your "Preorder 3 Months" page but it was removed.

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