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Covenant of Antarctica: Thales Class Corvet

Hi all.

Today I bring some pictures of the third set of ships I've finished for my Covenant of Antarctica fleet. These are the Thales Class Corvet. Again they are small ships like the Galen Class Escorts from my previous Covenant of Antarctica post ( They're very similar to the Galen Escorts both points wise and stats wise. The main difference is that they can move a lot faster. This will make them very good for closing with the enemy fleet and getting in the way while the rest of my fleet closes and get in to a better range band for firing.

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

So on with the pictures!

Like all the models I've done so far I'm happy with how these have turned out. Again its showing the colour scheme I've chosen works across a range of models which is good to see. I really didn't want to have to redo them if it didn't work.

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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