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My main wargamging buddy and I are getting into a game called Imperial Skies.  It's kind of a Steam Punk game about Battleships and also smaller ship that fly.


I've got a French fleet and a Austro-Hungarian fleet.  Below are the test models I used for working out a color scheme.  Eventually they will be on telescoping stands.




Having worked that out schemes I've started on a flotilla of French ships:


Nightmare black on the hulls, NMM Gold Highlight and Solid white on the superstructures.  Hmmmm, I think I messed up and the NMM Gold was supposed to be a highlight



Applied Driftwood Brown to the decks and put a GW Yellow wash on the yellow superstructure.   That seemed to make them even more yellow.  Hmmmmm.



BTW all the centerline guns on the battleships are magnetized so they turn.  More later.

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On 11/19/2017 at 4:39 PM, lowlylowlycook said:

BTW all the centerline guns on the battleships are magnetized so they turn.  More later.

Looking good.  Speaking of magnetizing things, I'm thinking about starting to incorporate them into my 3d printed designs - any good resources that you know of about choosing sizes/types?

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