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Genesis by Omega1234 - 1/300 - 49m Mega Yacht - 8 inches long

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15 hours ago, BANYAN said:

Nice work Patrick, she looks fabulous!  Even though we know it is a 'micro' build, it is not until you show her in your 'giant' hand :) that we can visualize just how small these furnishings (and the model) are.

 

cheers

 

Pat

 

17 hours ago, mtaylor said:

That's actually a giant hand, right?   So much detail in such a tiny space.. unbelievable.

Thanks Mark and Pat

 

I’m not admitting to having a giant hand at all....even though they come in very handy sometimes 😂😂😂

 

Thanks!

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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5 minutes ago, Mahuna said:

Hi Patrick - just catching up after being 'gone' for a while.  Really nice progress.

Hi Frank. 

 

Great to hear from you!  I hope things are going well with you and your family.

 

Cheers 

 

Patrick

 

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Hi folks

 

Thanks for all of your Likes and comments.

 

Another quick update. Well, last night I added the bar stools to adorn the bar in the saloon.  Also, I added a chair for the writing desk on the other starboard side of the saloon.  

 

Still more to come, folks.

 

Have a a great week.  

 

Cheers. 

 

Patrick

 

 

 

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Hi folks.

 

A further update on my Genesis, Mega yacht model.

 

I’ve decided that her owner is a massive art-freak and has adorned his ship with a couple of pretty large arty-farty murals, as well as a fancy silver sculpture in the main saloon and a shiny glass sculpture in the aft deck, adjacent to the table and chairs.

 

I hope you enjoy these photos.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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Hi everyone!

 

A very special thanks to all who liked and commented on Genesis’ progress.  Michael, Carl and Piet-many thanks as well!

 

I’ve progressed a little further by venturing into fitting out the Beach Club at the stern of Genesis. I’ve adorned this space with some more art work, setties and lounges for lounging around in.  Just forward of the Beach Club, I’ve also added Genesis’ Control Room.  This is where the crew can oversee the operation of her engines and machinery. I’ve added a few computers on the desk, just to add a touch of realism to the room.

 

I hope you like these photos.

 

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

 

Patrick

 

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Always admired your mini builds, just noticed the painting on the wall of a sitting room I believe at the stern. Your really missing the boat. It is close to a  Picasso with a little skewing and stretching of the face making it almost like Scream (don't know if Picasso did that one) you may be sitting on a million dollar piece of art.;)

 

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10 minutes ago, Angarfather said:

Aye, Omega 1234

 

very amazing pics from your model.

 

When I was an boy I dreamed of sailing on such ships.

 

Best regards

 

Angarfather

Hey Angafather!!!  Great to hear from you.  I’ve missed your posts.  I hope all’s well with you and your family.

 

Cheers. 

 

Patrick

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2 minutes ago, John Allen said:

Always admired your mini builds, just noticed the painting on the wall of a sitting room I believe at the stern. Your really missing the boat. It is close to a  Picasso with a little skewing and stretching of the face making it almost like Scream (don't know if Picasso did that one) you may be sitting on a million dollar piece of art.;)

 

Hi John

 

Hehehe!  You wouldn’t believe where I got that picture from!  It’s from a wine bottle catalogue that I received in the post a couple of weeks ago.  Who would’ve thought that a face like that could adorn a wine bottle label, hey?

 

...and to think, they say that alcohol’s not good for ya!

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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Hello Patrick

Just catching up on your great build. You ner fail to amaze me with all of that very fine detail that you add so very seemingly easy. I have been thinking that I must add a lot more detail to my Oliver Cromwell build, that is if I ever get that far. Every yacht that you build seams to surpass all of your previous builds that I figured that was truly impossible to do but you have and are doing it,                                         ENJOY.                                                   Regards   Lawrence

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10 hours ago, canoe21 said:

Hello Patrick

Just catching up on your great build. You ner fail to amaze me with all of that very fine detail that you add so very seemingly easy. I have been thinking that I must add a lot more detail to my Oliver Cromwell build, that is if I ever get that far. Every yacht that you build seams to surpass all of your previous builds that I figured that was truly impossible to do but you have and are doing it,                                         ENJOY.                                                   Regards   Lawrence

Many thanks Lawrence!

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42 minutes ago, BenF89 said:

Coming along great Patrick! I love the personal 'artistic license' you've taken with her. Jaw dropping as always.

Hey Ben

 

Great to hear from you!  I wish you, your wife and kids a great Xmas and a very happy 2019!

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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23 minutes ago, popeye the sailor said:

wow!  you've covered some ground........just caught up to all the bits you've added.  she's a real modern art masterpiece!  ;)   she's a splendid model Patrick......your doing some seriously super work  ;) 

Many thanks, Denis.

 

Genesis is an amazing model to build and I’m thoroughly captivated by it. I’m glad you’re enjoying the journey as well. 

 

Have a grest Xmas and 2019.

 

Cheers. 

 

Patrick

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Hi folks

 

Just another quick update on Genesis’ interior accommodation.  I know it’s only a small part, but a couple of days ago, I did the crews mess up forward on the Lower Deck.  

 

I also did the companionway ladder leading from the aft of the Main Deck to the Upper Deck.  And...as the furniture layout in the Sky 

Lounge was really bugging me, I rearranged things a bit and came up with a better look, I think.

 

Still more work to go, folks.

 

Have a great Christmas!

 

Cheers. 

 

Patrick

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