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SHADOW by Omega1234 - Scale 1/300 - Luxury 60m Mega Yacht - Finished

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7 hours ago, Greg the peg leg sailor said:

G'day Patrick 

Bloody beautiful job. It's hard to spot the difference between the real ship and your model. 

I love the back light shot as well.

Keep up the great work and of course the logs.

havagooday my friend 

Greg 

Hi Greg

 

Many thanks and it's great to hear from you.  I was wondering how you've been over the past few weeks.  I hope all's well at your neck of the woods!

 

Have a great week.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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7 hours ago, MEDDO said:

Love the shots with the real ships pictures in them.

Hi Meddo

 

Thanks for your compliments about the photos.  To be honest, I wasn't sure how well the photos would turn out, but I was pleasantly surprised!

 

Have a great week.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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You have done a brilliant job and the two boats look identical, somehow though your boat looks way more of a fun place to be.

Loved your sunbeds!

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54 minutes ago, vaddoc said:

You have done a brilliant job and the two boats look identical, somehow though your boat looks way more of a fun place to be.

Loved your sunbeds!

Thanks Vaddoc!!!!  If only I was tiny enough to luxuriate on the sunbed...I'd be a happy Chappy....

 

Have a great week.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

 

 

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13 minutes ago, John Allen said:

Patrick,

 

That's a mighty big ship to be so small your attention to details down to the smallest accommodations is amazing this Buds for you.:cheers:

Thanks John

 

I'll drink to that!

 

Much appreciated.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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Hi folks

 

I hope you're all going well.  Meanwhile, back on Shadow's Sun Deck, I've added a bit more stuff, principally the bar that sits just aft of the spa, as well as some assorted cabinetry for the guests.  At the aft of the deck, I've added a tiny round gold coloured table, adorned by two chairs for guests to sip cocktails as Shadow sails off into the sunset.

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I hope you enjoy the remainder of your weekends.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

 

 

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Hi Paul

 

Many thanks!  Yep, you're right about the crew.  The only trouble is that I've never made figures as tiny as they would need to be for this ship...but alas, nothing ventured, nothing gained. It'll be well worthwhile giving it a go!

 

Have a nice night.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Greg the peg leg sailor said:

G'day Patrick 

Don't forget the topless models!

Havagreatsundie mate

Greg 

Hi Greg

 

Many thanks!  I'll try, but I can't guarantee that they'll be 'good looking'😉.

 

Have a great day.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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42 minutes ago, canoe21 said:

Hello Patrick

 

Just catching up on your Super Shadow, have been caught up in my own little corner for too long now [The Old Shipyard ], I do try to not let this kind of thing happen but it does keep on recurring. I am truly amazed at your great progress on your tiny ship, and I thought that the Golden Hinde was small and a bit difficult to work on. Just love all of that very fine detail that you seem to add so very easily and make it all fit in just like it was always there and belonged there,                                                                      ENJOY.

 

Regards   Lawrence

Hi Lawrence 

 

Thanks for your compliments, especially about the level of detail that I've packed into Shadow.  You know, I reckon that no matter what size we build our models, it'll all work out as long as we love what we're doing. The same goes for your Golden Hinde. 

 

Well, that's my theory anyway. 

 

Thanks heaps and have a great week. 

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

 

 

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Great progress, Patrick.  I love the level of detail you're able to include.  I think a scale bottle of Dom P and some champagne glasses would really set off the bar area.

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Thanks Frank

 

Now, about that bottle of Dom P and glasses...mmmm.  It could be worth a try, but my chances of success at this scale...Ah, well, what the heck😊, why not, just for fun.

 

Have a great week.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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6 hours ago, popeye the sailor said:

amazing just how much you can put in tiny places.........some seriously nice progress there! ;) 

Thanks Denis!

 

Greatly appreciated. 

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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HI everyone

 

Well...life's just been getting in the way lately and sadly, that's meant that I've fallen way behind in following all my MSW Friend's logs. So, Denis (Popeye), Nils (Mirabella), Cog (Carl), Steamschooner, Mark Taylor, Lawrence, Frank (Mahuna), Piet, Nenad and everyone else that I may have missed mentioning, please accept my apologies.  I will get back on track and start following your logs again, soon!

 

Anyhow, back onto Shadow's journey, I've continued on with her Upper Deck's accommodation; principally her VIP guest suite, a staircase that leads up to the Sun Deck, and a myriad other tiny details which are too numerous to mention.  I'll let the following photos illustrate Shadow's progress to date.

 

Have a great week folks and thanks for all of your comments and Likes!  Much appreciated.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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Hey Patrick! Your model of Shadow is looking amazing, my friend! I must have missed this particular posting as lately I have missed a lot on here myself, but I am curious as to what you used to make the water in the sun-deck spa? 

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10 hours ago, Greg the peg leg sailor said:

G'day Patrick 

Where on earth did you get those huge and over sized fruits and bowl as well as the bottle of water?

The launch looks bloody fantastic mate.

Havagreatweek.

Greg 

Hi Greg

 

Shhh!  I've been sworn not to tell anyone where I got those giant fruits from😉  

 

Seriously, though...Thanks for for the compliments and I hope you're keeping well.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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9 hours ago, bdgiantman2 said:

Hey Patrick! Your model of Shadow is looking amazing, my friend! I must have missed this particular posting as lately I have missed a lot on here myself, but I am curious as to what you used to make the water in the sun-deck spa? 

Hi Brian

 

Ahhh, good question.  As with anything I do, sometimes it's the simplest solution that works out the best.  To make the water, I lined the interior of the spa with a light blue cardboard and then poured in some superglue to give it a translucent effect.  Not bad, I thought.

 

I hope this helps.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

 

 

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