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Covenant of Antarctica: Galen Class Escorts

Hi all.

Today I bring some pictures of the next of my finished ships for my Covenant of Antarctica fleet.
The next ships that I've finished are the Galen Class Escorts. Essentially they are ships designed, as their name would suggest, to escort other ships. In the case of dystopian wars they would tend to be the escorts of battleships and dreadnoughts. I will probably use them to block line of sight where possible and generally get in the way of the enemy fleet.

Again I've carried on with the simple colour scheme as mentioned in this post .

On with the pictures!

I'm happy with how these models have turned out. Seeing the colour scheme on a larger number of models is starting to show that it will work across the whole fleet. I had been a little worried that it may not work on all the ships. However so far it looks good on the small escorts and the larger Zeno Class ships. Hopefully it will continue to look good on the larger ships of the fleet.

Well that's it for this post. As always thanks for taking the time to have a look and please feel free to leave any comments, be they good or bad or somewhere in between.



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