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This is the Coastal Craft resin MTB 234 Kit with Gunthwaite figures, bit of a change of scale for me, and a really tricky paint scheme to get masked...

 

Lots of extra little details here and there, but a nice break from scratch building capital ships.

 

Andrew

 

 

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Well mate, it have been a really tricky paint scheme to get masked but it was well worth it. The weathering is great with a slightly worn and quite realistic look.

 

Cracking dio and I love the impression of power and speed! 

 

Curious, what did you use for the base?

 

 

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lovely job - if you ever get a chance read BATTLE OF TORPEDO BOATS by Bryan Cooper ( Pan Books )

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Superb modelling - really like the dynamism of your display!!

 

Cracking stuff!

 

Keith

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Super build, wonderfully well done, including the base, so much to like. These craft have long been the "Spitfires of the Sea" to me. :)

Steve

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That's outstanding work!

 

As above, I'm really impressed with the sense of speed and movement that the position on the base (or off it) gives.

 

Great Job!

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What a tremendous little diorama. It just oozes power. It's a beautifully finished model and captures the look of the original so well.

 

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I like every single thing about it - flawless execution of the boat and the setting is just terrific.

Thrice Wow!!

Rob

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Great modelling and a really original display.  Convention suggests you should compose your diorama to leave the subject with room to move into. This breaks that 'rule'  perfectly!

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Tremendous. The boat, figures and the base, first class.

 

John.

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7 minutes ago, Bullbasket said:

Tremendous. The boat, figures and the base, first class.

 

John.

What he said!!

Absolutely brilliant...

 

Dermot

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Great model and a very imaginative way of doing your diorama! :goodjob:

I especially like how the boat almost seems to fly off the end - it gives the whole diorama a sense of speed! :D

 

Cheers :bye:

Hans J

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:gobsmacked: Simply stunning Diorama a show winner with this  :yes:

 

beefy

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Oooooh, that's very smart! Well built & very well displayed.

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