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3D Print Cleveland CL-55
Here is a preview of my new 3D print cruiser - USS Cleveland CL-55.
The level of detail on this ship is incredible. This sculpt was created and scaled by EBard for Axis & Allies. I’ve taken it and added custom decals and paint to create something uniquely special. This piece establishes a new level of quality and will become a conversation piece during your next game. Check out the exacting deck details (I think the top down view photo shows this best).
You can view the entire new 3D cruiser line up at https://www.axisandalliesboardgaming.com
3D Print Ships are Here!
The new 3D print aircraft carriers, battleships and cruisers are bring your game to the next level. The sculpts are scaled for A&A by EBard. The level of detail on these pieces is frankly stunning. Nothing you’ve seen comes close to these finished pieces. Check these out!
Here are the Northampton, New Orleans and Atlanta.
See the entire line up at https://www.axisandalliesboardgaming.com/
Mosquito & Halifax Decal Kits
I have finished the British Mosquito and Halifax decal kits compatible with E40/P40 OOB game pieces.
These kits make 6 fully detailed game pieces. The Mosquito has two camouflage color schemes to choose from - early war and late war.
I use color to differentiate land-based aircraft from the naval versions and only allow naval pieces to perform carrier operations. I use the grey color scheme to signify naval capability.
Mosquito top view of early war camouflage pattern with invasion stripes.
Here is the underside view.
The Halifax heavy bomber decal kit also makes 6 fully detail bombers.
Visit https://www.axisandalliesboardgaming.com/United_Kingdom/cat6576832_4620108.aspx for more information.
RE: SBD-1 Dauntless Marine Version
Here is the rest of my Dauntless line up. The pre-war version is here as we’ve been discussing. I also have an early-war and mid-war variants painted with an Intermediate Blue upper color for historical accuracy and a lighter underside color. The late-war version might seem boring in comparison, but the dark sea blue color really makes them “pop” when loaded on an aircraft carrier.
I always include insignia on both sides of the fuselage and on upper and lower wing surfaces. After seeing planes from other custom painters, I found that not everyone does this. It does take longer to produce but I think the end result is worth it.
Here is my 3D print CV-9 Essex loaded with an F4U and a late war Dauntless.
Here is my HBG version of the Essex class carrier CV-11 Intrepid loaded with a late war F4F Wildcat and Dauntless.
I think these planes look great and I hope you do too.
RE: SBD-1 Dauntless Marine Version
@Mr-Kell I couldn’t confirm that only the Marines used this color scheme. It just seemed like all the pictures I looked at were from Marine squadrons so I attributed this specific scheme to the Marines. Perhaps because of their better media exposure they have more pictures than the Navy squadrons? Anyway, I do like the final output, and the canopy turned out really nice. I just don’t have the hand-eye coordination that some do to paint these so I have to rely on other methods. And I am creating a DIY decal set for the Dauntless game piece and is due out soon.
SBD-1 Dauntless Marine Version
Hello, This is Greg with AxisandAlliesBoardgaming.com. I’ve finished my Dauntless paint schemes and would like to share theme with you. The showcase piece is the Marine version of the Dauntless. I just love the distinctive color scheme of the period with the yellow upper wings and the colorful use of red striping. All faithfully recreated here on a base of Humbrol Polished Aluminum Metal Cote paint that gives these pieces a unique sheen. I think you’ll appreciate them as much as I do.
These planes look striking when loaded onto carriers like my 3D print CV-6 Enterprise shown here.
See the Dauntless and more at https://www.axisandalliesboardgaming.com/USN_SBD-1_Dauntless/p6576831_20440046.aspx