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Hello fellow modellers,

 

we would like to present on our Facebook page more regularly pictures of your work. If you would like to participate, please post 2-3 of your favorite pictures here in this thread. Gladly from different projects.

 

It is NOT a photo competition or anything else, but it should be reasonable pictures in reasonable resolution.

 

Please also give us the explicit right to watermark these images and post them on facebook!

 

Lookin' forward to your great images :-)

 

Our facebookpage: https://www.facebook.com/ModelShipWorld/

 

Thanks,

 

Dirk

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OK, here are a few.
One pic of my "La Petite Nella" (aka Mare Nostrum), my first build;
One 'work-in-progress' pic of my USS Enterprise;
One pic of the 1:12 model (scratch built) of my nineteen-forties sailing canoe;
and one of my "Half Moon".

 

You have my permission to use any/all of these endorsed with the MSW/NRG watermark.

 

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You have my permission to use any/all of these endorsed with the MSW/NRG watermark.

 

First pic is my USS Constellatoin - 1854

The second is my Vasa/Wasa

 

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You have my permission to use any/all of these photos endorsed with the MSW/NRG watermark should you think them worth using :)

 

Royal Yacht Caroline (Panart)
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HM Cutter Sherbourne (Caldercraft / Jotika)
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Sherborne again, in front of keel former for Diana (Caldercraft / Jotika) - both unfinished20170104_194345.thumb.jpg.5db58fa7b2189bf10a7d4fafdb36e302.jpgHM Schooner Pickle (Caldercraft / Jotika) - my first wooden boat build!_MG_9025.thumb.JPG.a2ab934fe21758f346b09db27cd34a30.JPG

 

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Do not have anything worthy, but if you would like to use any of my photos - please go ahead, with watermarks or without, I trust you guys :)

Makes me think about finishing the display case soon and finally getting back to the model! :)

 

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HMS Victory Caldercraft 1/72 - WIP on hold

 

HMS Fife - Fleetscale hull  1/72 WIP

 

happy for you to use, with or without watermark

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From San John here you havre some

 

 

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San John ready for the final position

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And also i will add more finished, You have permision to take pictures from my logs

The site is working "a lot to enter in my broser", so i will add more asap

 

 

 

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That's a nice bunch of great pictures with allready lot's of likes on Facebook. Thanks for your input!

 

One thing I would like, if possible the pictures should have a minimum size of 1280px width. I know these are cryptic numbers for some people, in other words, "bigger" would be better: -)

 

cheers,

 

Dirk

 

 

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I give the NRG explicit right to watermark these images and post them on facebook.

 

McKenzie River driftboat diorama, 16 foot with transom and Evinrude 7.5hp outboard engine. Scratch built, Scale 1:32

Pram and Pond Yacht diorama with Johnson 3hp outboard engine. Scratch built, Scale 1:32

Type XXIII German U-boat diorama. Modified kit, Scale 1:144.

McKenzie River driftboat diorama, 12 foot double ender. Scratch built, Scale 1:32

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John:

Thanks for the photos.  It would be great if you showed an overall of each in their case so people can see just how small the displays actually are. 

Take care,

Kurt

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My first pure scratch build.... La Couronne

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This scratch built Syren was one of the first three prototypes for this model.

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This is my scratch built Sovereign of The Seas with more than a thousand hours in the dozens of carvings.

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@SawdustDave Thanks, unfortunately the pictures of the "La Couronne" and "Sovereign of The Seas " are way to small :-(

 

cheers,

 

Dirk

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2 hours ago, Dubz said:

@SawdustDave Thanks, unfortunately the pictures of the "La Couronne" and "Sovereign of The Seas " are way to small :-(

Dirk

I had the same concern Dirk.  I can either remove those shots or replace them with close-ups of the carvings.

Your call sir.

PS - I love this page.  

Thank you.

Dave

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Naa don't remove them here, I find them just to small for Facebook but they are still great shots. But go on and add close-up of the carvings, I like that :-) Thanks Dave!

 

Dirk

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Carvings.....

From the beginning, with the La Couronne's stern, I have loved the challenge of carving wood.....

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Here's the beak figure of the Confederacy.... perhaps my favorite carving of all.  My friends named the warrior "Bluto"

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Clearly, the Sovereign of the Seas is all about her carvings.  I spent a couple-a-hundred hours on her stern panels....

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Finally, here's the USS Constitution's stern eagle .....

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