Soviet Union/ Russia - WWII VVS colours
Brilliant Medium Blue (Light Blue?)
Underside standard colour used throughout the war period 1937-1945.
XF23 or TS23:1 + TS27:3
surface overall colour, used throughout the war. Also used together
with Dark Green in two-tone green scheme. The paint darkened with age to
Medium Forest Green (Yellow Green?)
Factory-applied overall top colour, typical for Petlyakov, Tupolev and MiG aircraft between 1940-1942
Used together with "Tractor" Bright Green in the oft-publicised "tractor" scheme. 1941-1943
colour to "Tractor" bright green in the green-and-black scheme. Also
used together with Olive Green in two-tone green schemetroughout the
Olive Green 2
variation of Olive Green used in Black-and-olive scheme on on early
Il-2s etc. 1940-1943. Also part of 3-tone scheme with Ochre Brown and
Light Sand-Brown, alternatively Dark Earth Grey-Brown.
Used with Olive Green 2 in standard Il-2 factory camouflage from 1943. Also part of the later Southern Front standard scheme.
Dark Sea Grey
of standard topside scheme for all single-seat fighters from 1944
onwards. Also used for single-colour winter schemes on fighters from
late 1943 onwards. Also used as primer colour.
IL-2 interior supposedly similar to RLM02
XF22:1 + XF49:1 or XF22 or XF23:1 + XF2:1 + XF21:? Or RLM 76?
AMT11 Blue Grey
XF2:6 + XF18:2 + XF8:1
Yom Kippour War
- Analogue Challenge
- battleground rules
- blood eagle
- Civil war
- Cold War era
- colonial miniatures
- dungeon saga
- Lion Rampant
- Men who would be kings
- Operation Claymore.
- Painting tips.
- Pike mans Lament
- Plastic Soldier Company
- sea battles
- Sharps Practice
- WW2. Zevzda
- Yom Kippour