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Discussion in 'Ship & Watercraft Models' started by JohnMGD, Dec 3, 2007.
Im stupified, well done on an amazing piece of work
I'm just going to burn all my card and sit and cry in my shed. This is one of the most amazing models I have seen of any media anywhere including museums. Thank you for sharing the pictures now when the model I am working on goes wrong (they always do ) I can think if you can do this from scratch I can sort out a simple kit. Many thanks again ,now to the shed . Merry Holiday of choice
ASTOUNDING! I've been on the USS Missouri, before she decommissioned....again and that is absolutely astounding.
What a paper model that would make. w00t:thumb:
John, that's utterly amazing. Great detail work.
How did you do the scale railings? I'm doing a 1/100 Arizona right now and I love the looks of your rails. I'd like to borrow the technique.
The relings are just made of copperwire and fishwire.
Congrat on POTW
Super amazing work. jawdropjawdrop
I saw alot of books of Yamato in Tokyo. I mostly decided to design/build this cutaway turret. But the ton of details made me to hesitate.
Very nice model. Thanks for sharing.
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My bogg mindled words me escaped over me loaded. Wouldn't of known it is paper, other then posted on a cardmodels site.
very impressive, nice work!