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Discussion in 'Ship & Watercraft Models' started by Scorpio, Mar 21, 2004.
(The sound of my jaw hitting the table....)
Nice looking photos & model!
Hey, wait a minute....the hinges on that locker behind the breakwater don't work! Are you cutting corners? :lol:
Seriously, Scorpio, truly amazing work and photos that are just as amazing!!
A treat to behold!!!
Whole time I is occupied with the small parts!
Yesterday here further parts I have stuck ready
And still anchor winch Bb and breakwater in front
We're not worthy!
We're not worthy!
(Where can I get one of those little magnifiers?)
Scorpio, if no one else has already asked, how did you do the railings? They look incredible! I am working on a couple of ships myself and that part worries me.
Unbelievable! Looks like the rails are cut out of card! Try THAT without slipping and cutting through a stancheon! Beautiful work Scorpio!
Err, are they not photo-etchings? Mind-bending modelmaking, none the less!!
Well, I'm glad you finally added the hinges to the storage boxes....
Absolutely amazing, Scorpio!!
Keep them update photos coming, I can not get enough!!
Thanks for the photos!
Indeed, I use photo etchings, but I myself provide many from cardboard z.b. Rope drum, all parts for breakwater. 80% all parts this is cardboard.
photo etchings are not always very useful especially whom it goes around construction parts are easy too thinly.
Here my next photos of my ship Bismarck
How you see, still the small parts!!
Small mast in front
Looking as good as ever
I have built almost whole evening the catapult.
Of course for the construction I have used mainly photo etchings .
If I have also done a few photos
To be sure, Scorpio, an evening so very well spent!
Just when I thought my jaw could not drop any further...WHAM!
you post another set of incredible photos of your unbelievable work. :shock:
Unglaublich und Ãœberraschen!!
Here the first anchor for Bismarck
Everything from cardboard.
Thanks for keeping us updated Scorpio! When I don't have time to make progress it's nice to watch someone else's
OK, here we go:
Q. How do you handle seamen with bad tempers?
A. Send them to anchor management class :roll:
That one will probably lose something in the translation