The drawing for Design 32/5D for the Porter class destroyers attached to the Supplement to SHIPS-2 in March 1943. This drawing shows the dark color sprayed over and feathering into the light color. The vertical colors were haze gray (5-H), and navy blue (5-N) and the deck was ocean gray (5-O) sprayed over deck blue (20-B).
The earliest drawing for Design 5D was attached to the March 1943 Supplement to SHIPS-2 for the Porter Class destroyers using Measure 32 colors and sprayed edges as above. Sometime in 1943 the cruiser USS Phoenix (CL-46) painted in Design 5D, possibly based on this drawing. Then Design 5D was drawn for the Barnegat class of small seaplane tenders again using Measure 32 with sprayed edges. However, there may have been an additional drawing for the Barnegat class using solid edges because at least five of the class painted 5D with solid panels instead of sprayed and feathered edges.
Original drawing source: March 1943 Supplement to SHIPS-2 Plate XXVIII.