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ScottS24 Feb 2015 2:50 p.m. PST

I picked up one of those 28mm scale Warlord Soviet gunboats with the intention of using it with my Naval Infantry.

There are a number of paint schemes floating around out there – the ones on the Warlord Site are interesting, but I have no idea how historically accurate they are. I'd like to do something a bit more interesting than "plain grey," but I'd also like to find something that isn't outlandish.

Anyone have any references I can consult, or any ideas?

Personal logo Condotta Supporting Member of TMP25 Feb 2015 6:36 p.m. PST



I found these with a quick search for dioramas. I have this model and intend to use the MIG colours. Good luck with yours.

ScottS25 Feb 2015 6:55 p.m. PST

Three greys and a deck color – that could work.

I'm also considering something involving gray and the typical 4B0 green, the color most of their tanks were painted. Unfortunately I can't find any proof that was used…

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