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Michael M

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  1. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    Some work done. I've added missing keels, there still two bilge ones left, but these are kit parts, so should't be a problem. Thanks for watching Mick
  2. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    That postman is a strange man, he keeps bringing me some oddball stuff... Only 2 years between these two entered service, but you can clearly see that they didn't play in the same league Little froggie filled, from tomorrow on it'll be sanding filling again and so on......in other words.... GOOD FUN.
  3. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    The last photo of the interiors, you won't see that stuff anymore, it was total waste of time Slapped together' finally Time to add a few bits and bobs, that our Chinese friends decided to leave out
  4. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    Now, interior done and dusted, time to put some rivets into the hull
  5. 1/350 HMS Dreadnought

    I see you've added the pushrods I guess it's time for little destruction derby all around isn't it?
  6. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    To be honest it's kind of an art for the art's sake, most of it will be bearly visible. I will put the crew all aroud the ship in time, but puting them inside would be a waste. There will be some lads in them opened hatches on the side though. But I'm glad I got you interested
  7. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    Well you can't have all the hatches open, and nothing behind them can you?
  8. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    Guts in progress soon I might be able to actually glue the hull halfs together Thanks for following Mick
  9. 1/350 HMS Dreadnought

    Nothing like a good mast job
  10. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    Sawing, cutting, milling....... but the end of it is near and then even more fascinating things are coming..... interior Thanks for watching Mick
  11. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    Tsesarevich is in the queue as well I want to depict it in Tsingtao, with the battle damage.... Share some photos of the progress, I'm quite interested in it for obvious reasons
  12. Clyde Puffer

    That is very nice build all around I like that display idea very much. Is there a glass front planned? Without it it'll be a dust catcher
  13. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    They weren't supposed to be stealthy, they were supposed to be fast
  14. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    Thanks for the interest At the moment I'm drilling, sawing, hacking and so on Beefy Lord Nelson is already in the queue Bugle, if you're undecided have a look at this: CO2 emission norms AD 1911, no Cat and no DPF
  15. You got me scared, until I noticed that the wooden deck isn't glued on
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