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Well calling this one done Trumpeter 1/350 HMS Eskimo with few extras added

A few firsts for me on this build using Enamel paints from ColourCoats @ Sovereign Hobbies Thanks to Jamie and his great work with these I am a convert  👍

Also adding so many aftermarket bits from Atlantic Models and Peter Hall thanks for the advice and information.

And first try at a big north sea bow wave using silicone

Any comments and critics welcome hope you enjoy I certainly did

 

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beefy

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Very convincing seascape and a beautiful finish on the ship. 👍

 

Ross. 

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excellent result Beefy, think it looks superb especially like the bow wave may have to give that a go some time.

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Absolutely love the seascape, yet to try my hand at that but have a couple of 1:700 kits I could give it a whirl on

 

finished build look fabulous 

 

Jase

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Great model Beefy. The setting is first class also, especially that big wave that it's just ploughed through. Nice one.

 

John.

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Wow Beefy, that rates an AWESOME, the proper one too, not the namby pamby chucked around willy nilly type either. I most enjoyed your build thread & seeing the finished item & knowing a bit of what went into, I'm truly in AWE of your end result. 👍

Steve.

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Love everything about it Keith- great build finish and presentation

Absolute Top marks:yahoo:

Rob

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Love the bow wave - and the ship's not bad either :goodjob:

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Beautiful mate once again with some new techniques on show. I foresee a barrage of "how did you do that" questions heading your way this coming show season 👍👍

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Totally up to your high standards mate

Looks so realistic , should be dripping off the table, the ships not bad either.

Top Job

 

Cheers

 

Keith

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That's a cracker mate, know how much you've put into it and it shows, loving that sea.

Cheers Dave.

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Get that man a :beer:, Beefy that's spot on!

 

Great work and a great WIP, which I will certainly be ah, borrowing tips from:book:

 

Geoff

 

 

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Gentlemen thank you all very much for the very kind comments and likes it is greatly appreciated that you have taken the time to look in on the build offer advice and hopefully have some fun with me along the way

 

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beefy

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Good job!

Really an inspiring bow explosion wave and seascape!  

I'll try to realize something nearly similar with my next model.  Thank you for sharing! 

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I think that is the best representation of a bow wave that I have seen in a model. You have captured the colour perfectly.

 

And the ship is lovely too!

 

Respect.

 

Cheers

 

Andrew

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