Sorry for the lack of updates guys, I got distracted painting my last 3 lemons making a total of 9, then it was suggested that I use 2 FOGs so now I need 1 more to make a total of 10 leman russ' in a 2500 point game!!! :D :D (this makes me very happy but nervous about fitting them on the table!
I was thinking of doing some fluff, would you guys prefer fully fledged well thought out or just tiny thoughts like a plog??
Also some more advice, this time on camo schemes for the tanks, basically I'm stuck, I appears that the British army are pretty relaxed when it comes to painting there armour. They paint them green (except for some in Iraq where they didn't appear to bother because of 'time' and the fact that the Iraqis didn't have anything that could take out a Challenger tank). They do sometimes put black on them (if they get bored I guess) but I have also seen some who have even taken the extra effort to put some black on them!! (REALLY bored).
What do you guys think I should do with my tanks, I'm thinking leaving them green tbh as its easy and camouflaging tanks the size of houses is a bit pointless......
Lastly it's a question on insignia, in the second world war they used numbers on the rear with a badge to denote the division and a diamond (for HQ), triangle (A squad), square (B squad), circle (C squad). like on this link;
But more recently that seems to have changed to a similar view given to the camo with a touch of unit slashes a numbering systems that appears to have incredibly limited amount of reference material (go UK military being all secretive and stuff). We can't be bothered and no one cares, I mean if there's a tank over there that looks like ours it doesn't really matter what quad it's in..... But what do you guys think, numbering, invent my own or use a more modern