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Taking A Look At The Colours Of War

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Justin sits down with John from Battlefront for a closer look at their Colours of War book.

Colours of War is the essential guide for painting your Flames of War miniatures. Not only do you get some useful painting tips, it also allows you to get the accurate uniforms and colour schemes for your historical armies.

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bluehealer
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Seems integral for anyone dipping their toes into historicals for the first time. Nice how it now covers the spectrum of both FoW and the team Yankee systems.

Michal
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Michal

I wonder how contrast paints will fit into WW2 wargaming painting. If you just want to get your starter battle-ready (and 1:100 scale doesn’t have much details) contrast paints could be a great way to get painted models to the table.

falerox
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I was wondering the same thing.

Chris Jensen
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Chris Jensen

Its nice that Team Yankee is in the book too.

hairybrains
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that looks like a great resource, all you need to get going in one place

olliep
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Painting guides are always a good thing to have, whether you’re a beginner or seasoned veteran

utherdracus
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That colour of war book would be very useful, even if you play other WW2 and modern games.

astralwraith
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that book would be useful

abcwarrior38
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Looks a really helpful book!

ironshield
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Just ordered it from your store lads after watching this review, cheers.

lawnor
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I love a good painting guide. In fact I had to pause this video to complete an ebay auction to buy one.

andre77
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I will not start talking about my red red army.

Darren Bird
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Based on using valehjo paints and reference for different nations camouflage patterns… That ‘s me sold on this book!

postcardpaul
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this book will definitely be on my list to buy.
it is a great source of information not only for the small scale but also for the larger scale.🛸🛸🛸😄

Darren Bird
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I want this book!

Matt Cappelli
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Matt Cappelli

That’s a fantastic book. Definitely need to pick that up, regardless of playing FOW. Amazing content in that

orlandothetechnicoloured
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Where to cut (first) is something manufacturers should think about putting in their instructions for really delicate stuff

wargamer-painter Phil
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im thinking that book would grace any bookshelf lots of content easy to follow and laid out well from first impressions

deadhead
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nice usefull book

khy0te
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Excellent book, having a good reference for painting historical models is brilliant.

brucelea
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What a really good resource to have sat on the shelf for when you want to start a new force and want a good idea for a paint scheme and more importantly a shopping list for what paints to buy (if you don’t already have them).
Definitely going to pick this up.

lblunchboxlb
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This book looks to be a very valuable resource for painting armies!

Dan (@DarkDanegan)
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Another book I might get just for a read!

lordbob
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So, are the official colours for nazi flying saucers in the book ?

antiphony
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Colours of War has to be the best book out of the three.

Glenn Matthews
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Glenn Matthews

the art book is really interesting. I’ll have to pick it up if for nothing else the information.

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