The Indian Fleet is finished

Painted, based, labelled and varnished – ready to have at the Chinese (and maybe later the Japanese … or ASEAN … or … ). Models are all Navwar.

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The INS Vikrant – with some escorts
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The Rajput class destroyers
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Ocean going patrol vessels
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Indian Navy Kilo-class submarines
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The fleet overall – including the odd aircraft
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The fleet – each square is 1cm x 1cm


8 thoughts on “The Indian Fleet is finished

  1. David 3 July 2013 / 1:06 pm

    Lovely work. Two questions:
    1. What brand are models?
    2. What rules are you using?

    Thx David W


    • thomo the lost 3 July 2013 / 2:11 pm

      Thanks David.

      The brand is Navwar ( who have the most arcane ordering system – see previous posts here about that.

      The Chinese – next on the workbench – are cleaner models. GHQ and CinC are by comparison superb but on a dollar basis and on a range basis Navwar wins hands down.

      Looking at using Shipwreck! for the rules. Reasonably simple as far as I can tell at the moment.


  2. Matthew Hinks 3 July 2013 / 3:54 pm

    Very nice! Keen to see your Chinese stuff when you get started, I’m also working on Chinese ships at the moment.


    • thomo the lost 21 July 2013 / 6:22 pm

      I’ll be happy when I finish the PLAN. Strategy and Tactics this month has a piece on the Pacific War between Chile, Bolivia and Peru and I have figures and boats … the light, argh the bright shiny light – must resist!


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