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Hi guys! This is my latest 1/350 Aircraft Carrier that I have done. After 2 years with a lot of scratch-build now I can show you. My CVN-65 was build from Minihobby kit, it's awful model kit that I've ever seen, some time I though I can through it away but I still keep and finish it. Thank you so much and welcome all comments!

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Whoops! Photobucket does not allow you to post any images onto 3rd party sites such as this one.

 

Mike

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8 hours ago, bootneck said:

Whoops! Photobucket does not allow you to post any images onto 3rd party sites such as this one.

 

Mike

Yep, such a pity not to able to see your work.

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11 hours ago, bootneck said:

Whoops! Photobucket does not allow you to post any images onto 3rd party sites such as this one.

 

Mike

Sory, i have repaired

2 hours ago, TrojanThunder said:

Yep, such a pity not to able to see your work.

Sory, i have repaired

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Wow, nice work! I hope when I build my Nimitz I can do a job like that!

 

:thumbsup:

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Most impressive. By my reckoning it is nearly one metre long. You have not wasted any size with the amazing detail you have placed there. So much to see, so much happening on deck & with your great sea scape. :)

Steve.

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1 hour ago, stevehnz said:

Most impressive. By my reckoning it is nearly one metre long. You have not wasted any size with the amazing detail you have placed there. So much to see, so much happening on deck & with your great sea scape. :)

Steve.

thanks :)

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That is a fantastic build and the angles of the views make the model look really atmospheric.  Excelent work!

 

Mike

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19 hours ago, bootneck said:

That is a fantastic build and the angles of the views make the model look really atmospheric.  Excelent work!

 

Mike

 

20 hours ago, Tony Oliver said:

That is fantastic! 

thank you

 

20 hours ago, bootneck said:

That is a fantastic build and the angles of the views make the model look really atmospheric.  Excelent work!

 

Mike

thank you

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Very impressive work and very well displayed, one to be proud of. I like the effect you've achieved all over but especially on the flight deck with your shading. Very good photos too.

 

 

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That's a cracking model! The attention to detail and just the sheer amount of it is amazing.

 

You should be very proud of that.

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That's an outstanding example of the modeller's art,Beautifully detailed:thumbsup:

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That is very impressive indeed, with an excellent level of detailing and finishing. 

I can tell that has taken a huge amount of work, which has resulted in an excellent 'Enterprise'.

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Excellent work, lots of nice details. 

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Master Modeler / Master at Photography. I have looked at your work several times, but each time new things to be seen.

My compliments on this outstanding job. Should be housed in a Naval Museum. Highest Regards, Orion / The Netherlands.

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I love it - good thing you didn't throw it - what a great end result - well worth the patience.

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