Saturday, 25 November 2017

More Aeronef.

Yes painted some more Aeronef models for Matts ever growing British fleet. I know there is more to come and I have no idea when or how many. But here today are another 8 vessels.

All the Models are by Brigade games, Click this link to visit the web store (LINK). As you can see most of the vessels are on the larger size.

there are 2 Torpedo boats
2 Albion class Aircraft carriers. (Seriously why would you need 2 in a fleet!
2 Audacious Class battle Cruisers
and
2  Britannia Class Battle cruisers

This fleet is now at least twice the size of mine. Probably 3 maybe 4 times the size. And I have NO aircraft carriers. Still it is his choice how he spends his money so why should I even comment. Well as I am most likely to be his opponent it does seem shall we say that the game is stacked against me. Still It is his money and his choice.

Any way whine over I hope you enjoy the fleet and only time will tell what else is included in the force. I do suspect bigger ships still to come though.

Thanks for Looking, More again planned for Monday. maybe an AAR of the club game on Sunday, and maybe another LotR figure. (As one is on the painting table as I type.

All the best Clint.
have a great weekend.






20 comments:

  1. Aeronef looks too weird for me to want to get into, but I am a big fan of Brigade Games. Their spaceships are superb. However, I will admit that you've painted these up very well.

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    1. Thank you Bryan. Too weird for you! Now that is a surprise. There will be more to come in the future. (But relax they may not even be this year).

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  2. Great stuff Clint, and these are looking lovely imho. I've painted up a small starter British Fleet in the past and really like how yours have come together. You can't go wrong posting about "Aeronef" in my books :-)

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    1. Thank you Blax. I need to get a game under my belt before I get too excited. But I do promise there will be more.

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  3. Some more great fleet painting Clint, I think the colours you are using work really well, and really define the different areas

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    1. Thank you Dave. The colours are from the Brigade wed site and Matt wanted the fleet to look at least semi official.

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    1. Thank you Tamsin. There will be more to come I am sure. My starter fleet if nothing else.

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  5. Lovely job mate. They British fleet are off to a good start.

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    1. Thank you Simon. Start? No I think they are nearly finished. At least I hope so. This is not my First post about a British aeronef fleet.

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    1. Thank you Michael. They go back to matt in a few hours, so let us hope he likes them (He probably will)

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  7. Nice job on these ...not a game I have indulged in but most things have some merit 😀

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    1. Thank you matt. It would be very hard to like almost every type of wargame. Personally I am drawn towards the weird and wonderful. Which is not always a good thing.

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  8. I still can't see the attraction, but I'm pretty sure you'll have fun playing the game.
    Ships look great btw.

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    1. Thank you Joe. Each to their own of course and if you can't see the attraction fair play to you. We all have areas of wargaming that have next to no interest.

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    1. Thank you Citizen. Due to family illness I could not to a blog post yesterday, but should be back on track on Wednesday.

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  10. Hmm, if you are painting your opponent's fleet for him then I wounder if you could add some "back doors" :-) . I have in mind a design flaw such as an unclosed blast door for the magazines, or a small, unprotected exhaust port...

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    1. Thank you C6. I like your thinking. I shall ponder that possibility

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