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SHADOW by Omega1234 - FINISHED - Scale 1/300 - Luxury 60m Mega Yacht - 8 inches long

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2 hours ago, kees de mol said:

Small boat but al big work of Art!

Many thanks, Kees!

 

Coming from someone with your skills and talent, that's a huge compliment... much appreciated!

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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Hi Folks!

 

Just a very quick update for you all.  I've added a bit more detail to the Main Saloon; namely the side cabinets and two small single armchairs that are situated at the rear of the saloon.  And...just to add a bit of life to the scene, I've deliberately placed the dining table chairs in a haphazard fashion, just to give the impression of the guests leaving the table in a hurry.  Maybe it was something they ate???

 

Also,if you look closely enough, in one of the photos you'll notice that I've added the individual placemats on the saloon table.

 

They're admittedly hard to see because they're so tiny, but trust me, they're there!

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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Hello Patrick

 

Just catching up on your great log and find it hard to realize just how small Shadow rely is. That is until I see your huge thrum and also that giant wrist watch up along side Shadow. Absolutely fantastic, golly your work is so very good that I am at a loss to try in find words to describe  it.  WELL DONE.                                                             ENJOY.

 

Regards   Lawrence

 

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Thanks Lawrence

 

I really appreciate your comments and thanks for catching up on Shadow's progress.

 

I must admit that, like you, I'm also amazed at just how tiny Shadow is in real life.  In fact, as I'm used to seeing her all day, I kinda take it for granted, until that is, I look at the photos of me holding her...and then I realise, yep, she's tiny!

 

Thanks for looking in and have a great weekend.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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7 minutes ago, popeye the sailor said:

OMG....the movers came in! :)     more super small furniture........fleshing out the room nicely,  I see ;)    looking really good

Hi Denis

 

Many thanks!  I'm also glad that the 'movers' have moved in.  I was getting a bit twitchy about having to spend so much time on the hull and superstructure (both of which still need a lot of work), but, at least I've been able to start on the really fun bit, ie the furniture and accommodation.

 

Have a great weekend!

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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Hey Patrick, I'm back again after a month.  Super great updates and trying to catch up with all the great builds I get nothing done myself ;) Kidding aside my friend, she's really taking nice shape, great work you are doing.

 

Cheers,

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Hi Folks

 

Thanks for all of your likes and comments.  Much appreciated!

 

Another quick update.  I've been working on the Entrance Lobby on the Main Deck.  The Lobby is positioned directly forward of the Main Saloon and is where the guests would embark and disembark from the ship when dockside.  

 

In true mega-yacht style, I've decided to go for the glitzy "wow" appearance.  In doing so, the walls of the Lobby have been lined with gold and silver bands (the silver bands would actually be mirrors in the real ship).  Unfortunately, my poor macro-photography skills means that it's really hard to see the actual effect, but, well, trust me it, it looks ok.  I've also adorned the walls with some cabinetry and wall units for guests to rest their 'what-nots' on.  

 

Having heaps of fun here...

 

I hope you enjoy the photos.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

 

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Hi folks

 

Just another quick update for you.  I've started to fit-out the Owner's cabin.  In doing so, I've commenced work on the major wall-units which adorn the port and starboard sides of the aft bulkhead.  I've provided a couple of photos of these units in my hand, just to give you a clearer idea of what they look like.

 

On the forward bulkhead of the Owner's cabin, I've added the wall panelling as well a blue painting with yellow stars on it.  I've also mocked up the owner's king sized bed and some assorted furniture surrounding it.

 

Still lots of fun to go.

 

Thanks and have a great week!

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

 

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8 minutes ago, Mirabell61 said:

amazing fine details Patrick,

 

so many rooms and fitting out on your yacht to explore, .....:)

 

Nils

Thanks Nils

 

Lots of fun building work ahead for me, that's for sure!

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

 

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