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Mirabell61

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About Mirabell61

  • Birthday 10/14/1947

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    Glinde, state Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
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    sailing ship and steamship model building

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  1. Wonder what this is?

    Interesting find, thanks for sharing ! Looks a bit like the Steam Punk remake variation of the "Flying Dutchman" The stuff for a modeler`s nightmare.... Nils
  2. Hi Jaeon, for scale 1:96 I always use the railroad 1:87 figures (gauge HO), there is no difference in hight.... search there for ships crew. Nils
  3. b-10.jpg

    cute stand ! , seems to be resembling white crowned waves on the blue water, nice detail.... Nils
  4. Tserniki vessel of Mytilene Island

    A very beautiful boat Thanasis, handsome details a good paint job, in all well built !! Nils
  5. Ship paintings

    Wonderful art again Jim, beautiful arrangement with ship before glacier front, hopefully the waters are broad and deep enough to allow her to turn around there.... Nils
  6. Hello from the swiss alps

    Grüezi Jean Paul, welcome to MSW, and enjoy your stay with your fellow builders, wish you pleasant exploring and much fun here..... Nils
  7. Hi Moxis, I think the British web- sites "Cornwall Boat Models" or "model Dockyard" could provide what you are looking for. They have make Quaycraft clinker Dinghi and bouble ender clinker Lifeboat in scale 1:24, lengths round a bout 200mm, but perhaps do not have then on stock right now. May be worth a try..... They will be quite a cost.., but versa scratch build on your own.. ? http://www.cornwallmodelboats.co.uk/acatalog/quaycraft-boats-124.html Nils
  8. 'Azov' Russian pr.775 Ropucha Class. 1/350

    Beautiful Build Oscar, can the front and stern ramp doors be opened ?... Nils
  9. SC-1075 Sub Chaser

    Gene, Wow ! , again an excellent model, love the crew figures and all the fitting out, very authentic depth charge launchers... Nils
  10. SS UNITED STATES

    Hi Gene, had a look at your build log... boy o boy ! its fantastic, thanks so much for sharing this build, its most interessant to study and a real treat to see Nils
  11. SS UNITED STATES

    Congratulations Gene, an awesome ship (SS United States), Thousands of beautiful details !!! , and of course your other exhibits at the Mariners Museum. I had a look at your home page and am amazed of your skills, very well done... Nils
  12. finished2.jpg

    A beautiful build Koppolakki, and I like the weathering touches... Nils
  13. Fantastic rendering work Greg, Nils
  14. Norden, Billing Boats

    beautiful build Johnny ! Nils
  15. Hello from Turkey

    Hi Padua, welcome to MSW, enjoy your stay,...... we all wish you pleasant exchange on the forum and certainly would like to see you share one of your next models with us... Nils

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