World War 2 Naval Camouflage

Mal Wright is working on a book to be published in the future. The book is about probably the most vexing of World War 2 Naval wargamer’s conundrums, namely, ship’s camouflage during the war. Mal is attempting to cover the camouflage and paint schemes used by all the major combatants in the Second World War with examples. As a taster, here are two three of the images from the draft.

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4 thoughts on “World War 2 Naval Camouflage

  1. Grizzlymc 22 July 2012 / 3:07 am

    Do you know how he is going to sell these? I tried his old galloping Jack site with no luck. He gives this one on some yahoo groups and it doesnt work. Not my weekend with the interwebz.

    http://www.malwrightww2convoy.com/
    gives me IE cant display.

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  2. thomo the lost 22 July 2012 / 10:01 pm

    He is going to self publish in PDF form. I think he will do through a download service as he is currently looking to do with Rising Storm. He has been selling Rising Storm directly as PDF these past weeks.

    When I get any further news I’ll post here.

    Oh, and that website was lapsed. It was registered by one potential publisher and we were using it to support the Convoy series. Unfortunately that all kind of fell apart before I had a chance to get a back-up of the website.

    If I had a spare week, I could probably reconstruct it but I just haven’t got the time to devote to that at the moment 😦

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  3. Grizzlymc 23 July 2012 / 12:52 am

    Thanks. Been a while since I dropped in, I like the new look.

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    • thomo the lost 23 July 2012 / 2:33 pm

      Thanks – I must admit, I do like the simplicity of it and glad to see you dropping in again.

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