Made a little progress today.
A bit of dry brushing with some greys and lighter tans.
Dirtied down with a bit of a wash. Not long after the outbreak of WW2, orders were given that wood decks were no longer to be scrubbed. A dark wash put over the top to give a well used look.
Basic deck grey on, the after wood sections have not been lightened as much, as reloads fro the depth charges sit on them, so they will not be as heavily weathered.
No slip areas painted in, need a little tidying up yet, but not too bad.
In order to fit the voicepipes that come down from the bridge I have made a false deckhead out of plasticard.
test fitted in place.
Not perfect, but it will serve as very little is visible when it is all in place.
Interior given a coat of paint, now I can start work on the "furnishings".
First some more work done on what I am assuming is the Galley.
One of there days I will learn following the construction order in the instructions is not always a good idea! Some of the railings on the roof, and two patches of glue where boxes had to be removed because they fouled the railings.
Finally all sorted.
One last little job today, the vents that go on the funnel casing.