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mhkash

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About mhkash

  • Birthday 02/10/1971

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  • Location
    Egypt
  • Interests
    Scratch building of ship models

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  1. Thank you very much for your nice words .. hope to see your work really
  2. This is my Third Diorama, to model a small fishing harbor, concrete dock, Trees and a small shop and a fishing trawler ... Weathering is applied
  3. Good day to you all This is my second diorama, that i built from scratch using Foam, balsa wood, Acrylic colors and kitchen paper towels. I consider myself a beginner in building Diorama models, and relied on my knowledge in building scale ship models from scratch for the scale and painting issues. Actually, I found this hobby very interesting and enjoyed it very much .. working on details like waves, grass and trees .. to me , this is a relaxation time during building the scale boats .. I hope you like it , all your comments are really welcomed .. Thank you very much.
  4. Thank you very much Jeff .. Your nice words really made my day 😊
  5. Good Morning, Here is some work on the ratlines, and the side canons Thank you
  6. Good Morning Yves, Thank you very much for your nice words ... I started working on the dead-eye Blocks yesterday and I had the intention to post some photos , however I ran out of glue so I stopped 🙄 , I'll buy some today then will post some photos as soon as I have something worthy Thank you 😊😊
  7. Actually this is great .. I wonder if I can ever reach this level of professionalism someday .. Thank you for sharing this 👍..
  8. Good Morning All, I spent the weekend working on some deck rigging, here you go , the canons will have black paint still. Thank you
  9. Thank you very much GrandpaPhil, Thank you for your support, I really appreciate it. Thank you so much Mark, I appreciate your nice words, Thank you Thank you very much Lou, I appreciate your encouragement , Thank you
  10. Thank you very much Steven, really appreciate your nice words. Now I'm done with my model .. here is the final result. Thank you
  11. 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
  12. 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

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