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mhkash

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About mhkash

  • Birthday 02/10/1971

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    Egypt
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    Scratch building of ship models

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  1. Hi All, I did some work to apply the ripple effect on the water .. i used epoxy glue mix and it gave me amazing result. any suggestions ? thank you
  2. Hi Here is some work on the rigging , my problem is that I don't have a proper place to use while taking photo shots of my work, maybe I should do some work to prepare a suitable place at home for that ... meanwhile please excuse the photos quality Thanks
  3. Hello I spent the last 2 days working on the water .. first I painted the ground then I poured the resin, 3 layers here it is.. I don't know how to make the ripple effect and the waves on top of the resin.. but i'll keep searching any advise will be appreciated thank you
  4. Hello All Here is some other work on the Diorama (some paint buckets ) thank you
  5. Good Morning Here is the progress of the fishing boat .. hope you like .. please let me know what you think Thank you
  6. Good Morning All, I really don't know whether it is OK to post this album in this thread or not. It is a Scratch build Diorama , my first Diorama actually ... Clay, green sponge and Balsa. Still i have to apply the resin and place some other parts ... Please let me know what do you think thanks
  7. Good Morning Here is extra work on blocks and on the fore sails , they are furled as you see ... However, I do not intend to do the same with the Stay ,Mizzen sails. thank you
  8. Hello While i was searching for real pictures of the Gigino, i found this old one. Thank you
  9. Hi Here am working the rigging, there is not many left to do, I expect to get it done soon. Thanks
  10. Hello I started working on the rigging.. hope you like it. thanks.
  11. Hi All I've completed painting the Hull with a G5 Deco Spray, Black and Blue, with a yellow strip in between. The G5 is one of the best that i found here in the local market and gives a nice effect. here it is.

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