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TristanR

U-991 Type VIIc U-boat. Revell 1/72.

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Lots of extras, check out build thread below.

 

Build thread!

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This has got to be the best looking model of a submarine I have ever seen very realistic weathering and a great WIP build  :yes:

 

Beefy

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That looks Brilliant! The way you've done this and the info in the wip is outstanding. 

 

And the photos, really give it a extra dimension! 

 

Well well done!

 

Geoff 

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A beautiful miniature, setting the standards others strive to achieve

 

Kev

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Truly inspirational and a Tour de Force of weathering:clap:

Such a realistic build

Truly Fab

Congratulations

Rob

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wow ! Just looking along the bow to the conning tower shows how well you've managed to weather this beauty.  Like the way its displayed ... looks like it's suspended  beneath the surface. Very atmospheric :goodjob:

 

BillyD

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13 hours ago, beefy66 said:

This has got to be the best looking model of a submarine I have ever seen very realistic weathering and a great WIP build  :yes:

 

Beefy

That's exactly what I was going to say.

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Well, it's perfect. 

There's not really much more to say, I can't comment on any individual aspect as it's all to an extremely high standard. 

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That is, quite frankly, beautiful. I'm now going to go and re-read the WIP - thank you for this, it's wonderful!

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She's outstanding along with the photo's and especially the lighting...

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Very nice!

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So as soon as I saw that my head was filled with

 

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Brilliant 👍🏿

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A really stunning piece of craftmanship. The watermarks with the salt stains along the hull caught my attention on first sight.
 So much to discover on every single part of that sub. Remarkable work.

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Wow, don't know what else I can add that hasn't already been said.

Stunningly beautiful. 

Congratulations, Martin

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That is one VERY convincing model.    Looks like she's been raised from the sea floor.    Truly impressive!     Excellent photography too.

 

Frank

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Ruddy marvellous old bean. I nearly started watching Das Boot earlier this evening as well but opted for The Cruel Sea instead.

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That looks incredibly good, really well finished overall.

I can tell a massive amount of work has gone into it, and it really benefits from all the extra effort.

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