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Finished 003


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HMS Vulture Cross Section by Dan Vadas

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Dan,

 

Very nice! 

 

Can you answer a couple questions for me?

 

The juxtaposition of fully planked against an admiralty look - did the admiralty look come first and you finished the one side or was this a kit bash?

 

It is a terrific look and one that takes a lot of planning. Would love to know more about how you achieved the look.

 

Regards,

Mark

 

 

 

 

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Thanks Mark :).

 

This cross-section is completely Scratchbuilt. I used the plans from my full model of HMS Vulture, which is also fully framed with one side open but you can't see a lot of detail inside hence the cross-section to show some of the detail. Check my Signature to see the full model.

 

Danny

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