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When I My attention to this project was diverted by the Concord game. I went through my collection of toys last weekend. Philippine Army: I have painted one unit of Spanish, four units of Philippine republican troops, with one more on the painting table and one unit of milita bolo-men.
I have four more units of republican troops and three more units of bolo-men to go, plus a home-made latanka cannon. The unit on the table is the last of the headache-inducing rayadillo uniforms and the rest will be a mix of white, browns, a little red and a little blue. Love these guys. I have enough for now, but there may be more in the future.
The only figures I have currently painted are two units of volunteer infantry by Old Glory, and a unit of Philippine Constabulary by Tiger Miniatures. But I have quite a few unpainted figures including regular infantry and dismounted cavalry by Miniaturas, some sailors, marines and cavalry by Old Glory, and some guns by a variety of manufacturers.
The real challenge with this conflict is to produce some attractive, but practical terrain for the Philippines which varies from jungle, mountainous, village, and trenches with blockhouses.
Not my long-suit, but definitely on my radar. On Sunday at Enfilade a familiar face grabbed me and asked if I had any plains Indians. I was intrigued because I have some forty or so Conquest Comanches that would be perfect for just such a game. It should be fun. Looking forward to a run-through of the rules and and Enfilade game in May. Kinda murky, poorly lit photo of Westwind buffalo in progress. They were fast. Painting planes and ships are just a part of who I am.
They give me a ton of pleasure. Just grabbing some planes from my box of buckets of planes is something I just find fun.
That said, I have something specific things I need to accomplish for the coming year. Can never paint enough planes. Dragged kicking and screaming from my box of planes, these Barracudas and Fireflies have been drafted into the Fleet Air Arm fighting in the South East Asia.
They get special markings and everything. I have lots of figures to rebase and lots to paint. I have this vision of what a painting routine could look like in retirement. With the Concord grenadiers, I was able to get some time to do something—anything- different. My go to is always some planes, so I reached in my box of many-unpainted-winged-objects and pulled out some F-8 Crusaders from Raiden.
These planes were given to me by George Kettler last year, and I really wanted to paint them for several reasons. First they are are a sign of good faith to George that I truly appreciate his generosity.
The Crusaders are also a down payment on my promise to paint planes for a Vietnam project. What does that mean? It means I can paint a wider variety of plane types for the both the Navy and the Air Force. Of course that means painting more planes. Imagine that. The seven planes I painted this month were those I had. I also decided I wanted to paint planes from the air wing of the U.
The late senator John McCain flew his A-4E from the deck of the Forrestal, and he was almost miraculously saved when he was caught in the middle of the infamous fire on that ship in that killed over crewmen. The Raiden Crusaders are among my favorite miniatures. They are straight and very properly proportioned.
They do come with an annoying mold mark on the nose that must be filed or scraped off. If I have a criticism of the model, it is that the canopy seems just a little too bubbly. Or, at least when I paint it, the canopy seems a a little too bubble shaped-not in a cartoonish way-instead of the sleek, nearly flat design I see in pictures.
I used two coats, well-stirred, to get it to largely eliminated brush strokes. I decided, after two coats of each to spray with Dullcote, and went back over the white surfaces with your basic Ceramcoat white, and re-painted with Vallejo gloss varnish.
I painted the canopy Ceramcoat ivory. No, not some form of light blue. Nose and canopy bindings are basic cheap-ass craft black. I chose to do the VF Sluggers, assigned to the Forrestal from I chose it primarily because the arrow markings on the tail were angular and paint-able, though I still managed to mess it up on some of the models. I used Vallejo Deep Yellow for the main color, and followed up with black edging. The AJ is also hand-painted, again, with mixed success.
Unfortunately, my planned Forrestal template is a little haywire because CV was assigned to the Mediterranean from , and switched to the USS Saratoga the same year. Oh, well. First on my completion pile is the C in C Boston bombers. These are American built bombers built by Douglas. They are my entire British RAF representatives for this theater. Maybe I need more. The miniatures are by C in C.
The minis have lines that are really clean and I like that. However, they are bit short of detail. The paint scheme is out of the book Flying Colours. These are figures I really enjoyed painting, probably because they are really easy. I used Vallejo Military Green as the base color and did my best to highlight them, but they are still pretty dark. I painted their cartridge belts black, which may be a no-no, but I have no photos to refer to for this equipment, and all other belting was black and the Auxies most definitely wore black cartridge belts.
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