Back in September 2011 I bought a T90 MBT by Imprint Models (available from Empress Miniatures).
The mouldings are very good, there was only some work needed under the turret bustle where a piece of the feed needed filing away.
I then undercoated it with the traditional Citadel Chaos Black aerosol.
And then I got distracted.
It sat on the top of the computer desk, only receiving some paint when I was painting anything else in Vallejo Russian Uniform Green. Eventually it had its green basecoat.
And then we had the cold weather, meaning no more spray painting, so a reduction in distractions.
A while back I had bought the Main Battle Tank T80 (ISBN(13) 978 0 071 10 3238 5) published by Ian Allan. Though the T90 is derived from the T72 family, I thought that the green-sand-black brown camo pattern shown in a number of the colour pictures would be suitable.
Weathering and mud is a combination of Citadel Stirland Mud, Vallejo Burnt Umber and Leather Brown, lightened with some Vallejo Old wood with a final dry brush of Desert Sand. Citadel washes (two flavours of sepia and one of earthshade) overall plus Citadel Nuln Oil provided exhaust and fume shading.
Now, to finish the BMP3 (and Warrior, and another technical, then to order another Scimitar and convince them to do some more CVR(T) family vehicles).