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Post by regia-marina »

Thank you Donald for posting that. That is a big help and another great reference. Now it's time to complete the Kriegsmarine.

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The Tirpitz has finally joined my Kriegsmarine. Now I need to get started on the destroyers.
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Blucher and Admiral Hipper. Might as well enjoy some naval wargaming while cooped up inside.

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regia-marina wrote:Image
The Tirpitz has finally joined my Kriegsmarine. Now I need to get started on the destroyers.
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Blucher and Admiral Hipper. Might as well enjoy some naval wargaming while cooped up inside.
Wow! Excellent paint schemes on your German navy! Love the added mainmast on the Tirpitz. :D

I look forward to your next post of newly painted ships. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

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Thank you WW2navyguy! I appreciate it. I'm hoping more people will post or re-post their work. All those images from Photobucket are gone or blurred. I'm working on repainting my Italian and German WW2 destroyers. I have a large backlog of WW1 German ships too. In other words, more from me to come.

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I was going to post these on the Military Parade thread but it's gone. I took them this past weekend and it is a shame to get all dressed up but with no where to go so I'll post them here.
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The Regia Marina in all her glory.
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The Kriegsmarine, albeit a little light on destroyers, u-boats and auxiliaries. I'm working on that.
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Holy Cow dude! That brings tears to my eyes! Simply amazing!
Time on the recce is time well spent!

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Thanks redleg! :')

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Very nicely painted Italian and German ships. Also like your sea mat. Is the sea mat commercially sold or is it painted material?

Thanks for sharing.

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Very nicely painted Italian and German ships. Also like your sea mat. Is the sea mat commercially sold or is it painted material?

Thanks for sharing.

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Post by ww2navyguy »

Very nicely painted Italian and German ships. Also like your sea mat. Is the sea mat commercially sold or is it painted material?

Thanks for sharing.

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Thank you ww2navyguy! The mat that I used for these 2 pictures was way overpriced and not worth it. If you look at the pictures I posted on this same page (now previous page) you'll see what I use most often for wargaming. I bought the material at Joann's and it was cheap and looks great!

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That is damn impressive! Great Naval Day!! Do you ever base them? Can you Game with them without basing?? I have not entered that arena, just curious

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Thanks BurtWolf! I base the capital ships when I'm gaming. I just don't attach them to the base. Destroyers and other smaller ships I don't base. Honestly I haven't found a way to base the ships that I really like. It would be great to hear how others are doing it.

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Post by Mikee »

It's time to dream about new ships for the new year. It's an unusual time, what with the virus hammering the nation, and who knows if/when GHQ will be coming out with their new list.

I hope you and your families are all keeping safe and healthy. Be careful; this thing isn't over yet.

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