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Thanks for all these great images! I will do the next batch on facebook soon. :-)





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On 04/02/2018 at 5:45 AM, Dubz said:

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/





Here are a few of my work for reference 












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Here are 6 photo, one of each of my completed models. Please feel free to use them on the MSW Facebook page or any other way that helps the organization.


I built the Flying Fish in 1969 from a Model Shipways kit. I was actually working on it as Neil Armstrong sat foot on the moon. I did major repairs and built the case in 2012.

5b4286d057159_SyrenChima.thumb.jpg.a231d6dbc4bc2ef3a02b9b3229c6964e.jpgAfter the Flying Fish I swore I'd never build another tall ship. Then in 2013 I saw the US Brig Syren kit for sale at an actual Model Expo display at a real US hobby show. I've been hooked ever since.


In 2014 I switched gears and built this Arno Ferrari Hydroplane kit by Amati. You just can't beat mahogany planking with brass nails.


Then I built this Anteo 2 tugboat kit by Panart. I love all the detailed parts included with the kit.


Next came U-Boat 47 by Amati. Lots of resin and brass. My first try at weathering could have been better.


Last but not least this Arleigh-Burke guided Missile Destroyer by Bluejacket Shipcrafters. Another excellent kit.


And it's back to tall ships for me. I'm currently building the HM Bark Endeavour by Caldercraft/Jotika.

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