I have always loved the ISU 122 and 152 and with Flames of War you can use a lot of them so I can indulge my megalomania! I used a wash on all the tanks and a bit of a dry brush and extra 'mud' on the wheels.
Just a historical note for those that aren't already aware. We often refer to the JS 2 tank and the JSU 152 etc., but the Russian spelling of Joseph is actually Iosif and hence IS 2 or ISU 152 etc.
The unit has an IS 2 as a command tank, which is also Takara. Turret number has been added.
I have used all three of the Takara colour schemes, with one company in winter, then other two in green with the camouflaged version as the command tank. I have added some decals to help identify command vehicles. One command vehicle has a Pithead tank commander added.
And finally, having used some turrets for KV 85 conversions I was left with some spare IS 2 hulls and I made into an IS-2T (or JS-2T) which is the recovery tractor version used later in the war (originally the Russians would just use tanks where the turret had been damaged and removed, later added a proper cover for the hole). I have more than I need of these so will list them on Ebay.co.uk from time to time (one listed as I post - search for 1/144 JS-2T).