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Flames Of War 4th Edition Boot Camp: Day Two

Hobby Time With John & Company

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Hobby Time With John & Company

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We sit in with John and company to go through some of their hobby and find out where things are sitting in terms of the painted armies.

As you can see we've been seeing some more cool techniques being showed off and infantry kicking arse!

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dorthonion
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For Bootcamp I would concentrate on the gaming. Painting is something I like to take more time over, and these kits are too raw – they need stowage, lots of stowage.

ludovic
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agreed, they don’t look like they’ve been running to war , and no decals 🙁

dimdim
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The guide in the book to the back looks interesting (mainly the drawing of the DAK infantry man)

eddie117
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Maybe we will be seeing Dak and 8th army infantry 🙂

eddie117
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I like the new paint sets will Deffo have to pick one up of i make an afrika korps or desert rat army

eddie117
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I like the camo scheme on the paint set box for the brit’s

tibour
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At a boot camp I would be playing as well. Primer Armypainter base color, wash to dirty it up. Dry brush and high light. Pick out details tracks and pioneer equipment etc… Decals for national insignia and such. Varnish and dull coat.

sircaroon15
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I agree. Quick assembly and off to war. What? Paint, not required at this time!

h20fowler
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I do believe they billed this boot camp as more of a hobby weekend versus playing weekend. Of course, I would have to play some too.

sonbae
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The first day (and into the sceond for some) might not be enough as it seems. So much to prep and paint

neal5x5
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Outstanding to see some grunts being put on the field.

mo3355
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Looking like that army is coming together nicely

eddie117
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that infantry is looking good

eddie117
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i like the war flames of war paints are shapped like bullets

bluetalon1974
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Armys looking great

troybuckle
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I would size up the models and if possible i would leave the tracks off and assemble them after painting them and the tank.. I use an airbrush a lot and i find that a lot of time it is easier to only partially assemble your models when painting.

feanar
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@noyjatat good job mate

glitchingout
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*Pulls mike down*

Love the little silly moments.

jodain
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Some great quick painting schemes going on.

kr4ig
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Will have to check out the new paint sets

warwolf
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I can’t even imagine getting an army painted in time to play at a boot camp assembling would take enough of my time. Bravo to those who do.

cbrenner
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Stuff is looking good. really moving along.

tomd
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Man that awesome for someone to paint force up in 2 days. i easily be at it for a week probably longer

lawnor
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They will have fully painted armies, but wont see play until the last day.

peter327
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Painting takes me forever. Done some desert stuff in Caunter, but mostly working on infantry. Can’t wait till bf produces the MW lists for them.

kenyon84
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Good progress by people in such a short time

levarius
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looks like a nice easy paint scheme, will have to give it a go on mine

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