15 November 2016

Back to the BAOR - Work-in-Progress - Part 2

Quick update with a couple more photos.  Firstly a look at the FV438s with their cam netting:


And then a couple of steps later.  All vehicles have been sprayed black, then had blu-tac stripes added and sprayed with Battlefront Firefly Green spray.  The blu-tac was then removed and the vehicles black lined.


From here I'll be working on each of the vehicles somewhat individually (or at least a couple at a time).  I'll be focussing on the FV438s first to finish them in time for a game.

Thanks for looking

Richard

7 comments:

  1. Hey Richard what do you use for your netting? It looks great.

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  2. Hey Colonel - I use Multigate Plain Gauze Swabs. You can buy them from any Chemist in Sydney - so I assume they can be gotten anywhere. You get 100 swabs in the pack and I think I used less than one to do those to vehicles and put a couple of smaller nets across the back of two Jeeps. So I imagine this one pack will last a lifetime. All for less than $5.

    Thanks

    Richard

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    1. Thanks Richard i am in Adelaide so should be able to find a similar thing. Would look good on my Ww2 vehicles. Love your cold war stuff makes me want to do falklands games. Cheerd CM

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    2. hey Richard i picked up a gauze or crepe bandage and made camo netting/scrim covers for some of my ww2 brits- it worked pretty well so thanks for the tip. Will be posting some photos on my blog at the weekend so have a look. I definitely want to try a decent camo net on my next vehicle i do - maybe a firefly. Cheers Will

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  3. I've just blitzed through your entire blog in the past few days and between yourself and Andy over at Cold War Gamer, you're really making me regret not getting into Cold War stuff until recently and opting for 15mm when I did! Some really inspirational stuff here and some amazing ideas, please keep up the great work.

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  4. Thanks Dave - I really appreciate your comments and am glad you've found something here worth looking at!Hope you continue to enjoy.

    Richard

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  5. I assume they can be gotten anywhere. You get 100 swabs in the pack and I think I used less than one to do those to vehicles and put a couple of smaller nets across the back of two Jeeps. So I imagine this one pack will last a lifetime. All for less than $5.


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