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Posted March 18, 2020
beautiful impression !!
Thank You, Nils. I like creating my dioramas as much as building my ship models. I started turning to making dioramas for my ship models over the last two years when I also took up learning how to make realistic-looking sails and all the associated rigging that accompanies them. The "next step" was to investigate how to place my models (with sails) into realistic settings; I'm now "hooked" on taking this approach for future models I plan to build. I should point out that I have a professional photography and graphic design background and am, by definition, extremely visually-oriented.
Again, Thank You for your nice comment.
This picture shows the completed model at my regular model club meeting; note that it wasn't necessary to plank the hull all the way to the keel.
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