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USS Missouri by slagoon - SteelGolem - Metal - 1:2400

PE metal stainless tiny scale

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#41
slagoon

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and some more finished photos.

 

(For the europeans, I've got a 0.20 euro so you can see sizes ) [if you want photos with your own type of money please send it to me ;)]

 

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And I'm done :) I hope you enjoyed the build.  My next build is on the Billing Krabbenkutter - It will be up soon.


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Current Build:

Krabbenkutter CUX-87

Harriet Lane
Fishcutter GO-38
 

In the Wings
Corel Victory Cross section
 

Completed Build:

USS Missouri minimissouri.jpg   HMS Bounty's Jolly Boat thumbnail.jpg Peterboro Canoe tiny.jpg


#42
john46

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Sarah, congratulations on finishing the Missouri. Another great build of a tiny scale. I followed your log with pleasure, thanks for the entertainment.

 

Regards,

John


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#43
WackoWolf

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I am happy to see that you have finished. I am still waiting to get mined in the mail, your remember the snail mail LOL. Thanks for sharing this with all of us.


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Joe :D

Go MSW :) :)

#44
gjdale

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Well done Sarah. A very interesting little build. Good luck for the next project - I'll keep an eye out for it.

Grant
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Bomb Vessel Granado, 1742 - Cross Section - Scratchbuild

 

1949 Chris Craft 19' Racing Runabout - Dumas - Radio

Previous builds: HMS Victory (Mamoli 1:90), Cutty Sark, Armed Pinnace, Bounty, Santa Maria

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#45
Sjors

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I see I'm to late……..

Nice, nice and nice!

I didn't know that 0,20 euro cents are that big!

When you start your next buildlog, I will place the popcorn machine.

And you can ask Wayne if he put the bar there.

So Andy is also happy!

 

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Finished builds:

San Ildefonso by Sjors - OcCre - Wood (1:70)

Smit Rotterdam by BB

Spirit of Mississippi by OcCre

Corsair by OcCre

Le Mirage by Corel

 


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trippwj

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That is an amazing piece of work, Sarah - Congratulations!

 

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#47
runner63

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Sarah;

 

Simply amazing, my 70 plus year old eyes could never do that fine of work.

 

Again simply amazing

 

Runner63



#48
DSiemens

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Well done Sarah!  That ship looks like a little power house with all those guns.  You did a great job.  


Daniel 

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Elsie

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#49
Augie

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Just delightful.  She brings a whole new meaning to the term 'pocket battleship'.  And one day, those guns may come in handy!


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Previous Builds :

 

US Brig Syren (MS) - 2013 (see Completed Ship Gallery)

Greek Tug Ulises  (OcCre) - 2009 (see Completed Ship Gallery)

Victory Cross Section (Corel) - 1988

Essex (MS) 1/8"- 1976

Cutty Sark (Revell 1:96) - 1956

 

 

 


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mathewp

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Now it's done a bigger one should be easier. I can't believe how much detail is on something so small.Nicely done Sarah.



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Very nice, well done


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All the best

Kevin

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Beautiful work on such a small ship. I got mine in the mail and it is sitting on the shelf, doubt I will ever do it but I have it.


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Go MSW :) :)

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I have to agree with all of the rest.  Great job. Kudos!

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