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In spite of their mass and intimidating look, tanks is a charming theme for an artist. Creating  illustrations of those heavy looking vehicles brings about a lot of opportunities. It’s much easier to incorporate a tank in a landscape than it is to do so with aircraft. Thanks to that, the scenery makes an impression of greater abundance of elements than an aviation painting.

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Bitwa pod Dyneburgiem, czołgi Renault FT

Battle of Dyneburg

Battle of Daugavpils (also known as the Battle of Dyneburg) was the final battle in the Polish-Soviet campaign of 1919. A joint  Polish  and Latvian force, operating under Polish Staff orders known as „Operation Winter”, attacked the Red Army garrison in Dunaburg, or  Daugavpils, from 3–5 January 1920.

Renault FT

Painted in Photoshop (2019)

Battle of Poznań

The Battle of Poznań (Battle of Posen) during World War II  in 1945 was a massive assault by the Soviet Union’s Red Army that had as its objective the elimination of the Nazi German garrison in the stronghold city of Poznań (Posen) in occupied Poland.

January 27th, 1945. The fourth day of Battle of Poznan. In the early afternoon a group of tanks of the German Panzer Strike Reserve, which was defending the city against the Russian army, aided by the infantry units, launched a counterstrike southward of the main city grounds.

PzKpfw V Panther Ausf. G

Painted in Photoshop (2020)

January 28, 1945. 5th day of the Battle for Poznań. Hungarian troops with the support of two German armored vehicles carry out a successful counterattack along Piątkowska Street in the north of the city.

StuG III G self propelled gun

January 29th, the sixth day of the Battle of Poznań. In the morning, the Soviet units reached the Railway Directorate building.

February 2, 1945, 10th day of Battle of Poznań. The Tiger tank belonging to the German Panzer Strike Reserve, operating from the vicinity of the Imperial Castle, destroyed 4 Soviet tanks standing on Zwierzyniecka Street. For this action, the Tiger’s crew received a bottle of punch.

PzKpfw VI Tiger

Painted in Photoshop (2021)

February 6, 1945, 14th day of the Battle of Poznań. Assault groups of the Soviet 226th Guards Infantry Regiment, with the support of assault guns SU-152, began fighting for the Chwaliszewski Bridge.

SU-152 self propelled gun

Painted in Photoshop (2021)

February 8, 1945, 16th day of the Battle for Poznań. The Soviet assault groups of the 83rd Guards Infantry Regiment, accompanied by the SU-76 self-propelled guns, began fighting for St. Adalbert’s Hill.

SU-76 self propelled gun.

Painted in Photoshop (2021)

February 12th, the 20th day of the Battle of Poznań. The Soviet T-34 tanks get to the area of the Zeppelin Hall north of the Citadel.

Operation Crusader

 (18 November – 30 December 1941) was a military operation of the Western Desert Campaign during World War II by the British Eighth Army (with British, Commonwealth, Indian and Allied contingents) against the Axis forces (German and Italian) in North Africa.

Crusader Mk I CS

Painted in Photoshop (2021)

The “Uniforms used by Polish Armored Forces 1919-2019” exhibition

In 2018 I was asked by the Poznan Museum of Armament to design and prepare 12 backgrounds for an exhibition related to the history of the uniform worn by soldiers of the Polish armored forces in the years 1919-2019.

Each board is 180x180cm and presents the type of tank used by the Polish army in a given period.

Because of the nature of the exhibition and the size of the boards, I decided to depict the frontal view of the tanks, all of them in motion, and each without tank crews.

Painted in Photoshop (2018-2019)

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