Hiding in the open -WW2 Camo

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Hiding in the open -WW2 Camo

Post by paintpig » Mon Aug 06, 2012 1:08 pm

I have recently received a copy of Mal Wrights "Hiding in the Open" supplement for his naval rules for convoy actions, Rising Storm being the latest in the series.

This supplement is the first of a series and covers painting guides for British/Commonwealth destroyers, it is in full colour, and is a lovely collection of line drawings with quite some amount of information regarding mods to mounts etc. as an added bonus.
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Available from Mal direct mgwright AT bigpond DOT net DOT au
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Re: Hiding in the open -WW2 Camo

Post by Mal wright » Wed Aug 08, 2012 8:01 pm

But...but...DAVE....DAVE....you forgot to mention that I am tall, handsome, distinguished, highly intelligent AND extremely modest too! :shock:

HIDING IN THE OPEN is available direct from me in pdf format for $20 Aussie. mgwright@bigpond.net.au
There is also a deal at the moment for RISING STORM along with loads and loads of ship logs, for $20.00.
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Post by paintpig » Wed Aug 08, 2012 8:05 pm

errr, must have slipped my mind :roll:
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Re: Hiding in the open -WW2 Camo

Post by Mal wright » Wed Aug 08, 2012 8:09 pm

And I demand to know how YOU got a big hat with fluffy bits on it!!!!
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Post by Bluewillow2 » Thu Aug 09, 2012 9:25 am

one day I will do ww2 naval!

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Re: Hiding in the open -WW2 Camo

Post by Mal wright » Thu Aug 09, 2012 11:40 am

A true gentleman...(sniff)....does not achieve greatness in the hobby until he has (ahem) experienced the most noble section of wargaming via the cut and thrust of naval action! :wink:
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