Like the French list, most of the models are painted as of just before the start of the war. Pre-war destroyers have their kata-kana names on the side and division numbers on the bow. There are a couple of examples of carriers with camouflaged decks and 2 seaplane tenders with disruptive camouflage on their hulls. Japanese battleships had wooden decks, but the cruisers and destroyers used a brown linoleum on their open decks. The linoleum did not cover the entire deck. There were places on the bow and stern that remained bare (painted) steel.