Getting in (4) new collections this week:
Austrailia & New Zealand Roundels
SS Shields and Flags
Japanese Meatballs without white border
Axis Minors Flags with Aircraft markings
ANZAC And AXIS MINORS.ai.pdf
Looking good Mr Johnson!
Although I’ve told you in person I realize I’d overlooked giving you some well deserved public acclaim. Your "stickers"are a novel approach and look very crisp and clean. Let’s talk further on the project I’d discussed with you earlier. Again,…Wel Done!
Just joined the forum because I was looking for ideas on customizing my new G40. It’s awesome to see all the information that you guys are posting. I’m just learning how to navigate through this forum and I’m looking forward to be a part of the community. Sorry if this is the wrong section to say hello.
USS Yorktown (CV-5) circa 1938 started as the unpainted Shapeways print in the above post alongside the unfinished USS Hornet. Hornet is shown finished here.
Port & starboard detail, USS Yorktown (CV-5):
Port & starboard detail, USS Hornet (CV-8):
Custom Ship Deck Decal Sets
Hello everybody. I wanted to announce that AxisandAlliesBoardGaming.com has released new decal sets specifically made for the Axis & Allies naval game pieces from the following game versions: Europe 1940, Pacific 1940, Spring 1942 & 1941 Anniversary Edition.
This is the DIY option for those who want the enjoyment and challenge of painting their own game pieces. Now you can finish them off with precision-cut waterslide decals to give your creations a professional look. Each individual ship deck decal has been pre-cut to ensure a perfect fit every time.
It is very difficult to get a clean edge on your ship decks using a paint brush by hand. One side of the ship might have straight lines but the other side might be noticeably wavy or you painted onto the superstructure by accident. You can pay others to painstakingly paint your ships but that can be very expensive for an entire fleet or game set. With these decals, there are no more worries about the final look and feel of your ships. Now it is easy to produce game pieces like a pro, and you can paint as many pieces as you want and every one will look great.
These are sold in fleet sets that include deck decals for all the naval game pieces for the selected country and game version. Some examples:
The Italian Europe 1940 set – 26 ships in all.
The German 1941 Anniversary Edition set – 42 ships in all.
The French Europe 1940 set – 18 ships in all.
The US 1941 Anniversary Edition set – 48 ships in all.
Check them out and more at www.axisandalliesboardgaming.com.