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  1. Tamiya 1/350 IJN Yamato

    Unbelievable! Amazing!
  2. 1/350 HMS Dreadnought

    Thats great Looking forward to seeing this develop.
  3. 1/350 HMS Dreadnought

    Would be good it there were realistic 1/350 naval crew/wharfies available. Just helps to give a sense of scale.
  4. 1/144 Revell Corvette

    Great work, great painting.
  5. Amazing. Fantastic detailed work!
  6. Zvezda 1/350 HMS Dreadnought

    Hi Bugle07, for rigging I used both EZ line which comes in Black or Beige colours and thick or thin and I also used Uni Caenis. They are both elasticated thus helping to acheive a good tension. You can find more info about these if you google them.
  7. Zvezda 1/350 HMS Dreadnought

    Hi Ray S, the anti torpedo nets were simply shoelaces. They can look a little fuzzy after painting, so I would singe the 'fuzz' with a flame burner.
  8. Just finished the 1/350 Zveda version of HMS Dreadnought. A little rigging light at the moment. Decided to have a go at placing the ship in a seascape diorama.
  9. The detail is amazing! Will be well worth the effort.
  10. 1/350 HMS Dreadnought

    Great work. Thanks for the advice about the aerials.
  11. Beautifully painted and detailed!
  12. Good story too! and an impressive diorama.
  13. Great work! I'm hoping to complete my first WW2 diorama sometime this year. I was just thinking, if the gun has been firing, would the barrel not be very hot and therefore there wouldnt be any snow present? Its just a thought bubble.