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Excellent work. Love the water it really adds atmosphere to the models

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I'm at a loss to know why I didn't catch this first time around.

It (they) is superb - totally inspiring.

Congratulations - I particularly like the excellent camo/paint job(s)

Wow!!!

 

Rob

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Great pics ,and 1st class models. My grandad served on the Sheffield in the late 40s amongst other vessels so nice to see a great model of it.

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I've missed that, but it is amazing. Excellent work and all armade looks stunning. 

 

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:worthy:Excellent work,:worthy:thanks for sharing:penguin:.Wish they did a 1950 version,after she received the square bridge.         .:goodjob: 

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what others have said.  That sea is magnificent.  I can almost hear her crashing through those waves

 

Bruce

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Gosh that's good, really good! 

Superb build, don't know much about ships but that looks pretty darned good to me.:star:

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The finish on this is incredible, looking at the edited pictures, it could be real!

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incredible work - really amazing!

 

I like the BW pics but I have to say honestly the colour ones are more "alive". Most WW2 pics of course are in BW and somehow something as realistic-looking as this it really deserves, and makes the absolute most of, colour.

 

congratulations on three very fine builds. My parents quite like the Belfast so I sent them the link along with the email: "this is way beyond my skill level"!

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I can't believe I did not post on this at the time.  I have run out of superlatives for your work Andrew!

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