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It's been a while since I've had time to post anything new, but I've recently finished a few projects, first up is WEMs Castle Class corvette, mostly straight from the kit with a few details, the main goal for this one was to work on my seascaping skills.

 

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Andrew

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gidday Andrew, she's an exquisitely detailed model you've done, of a ship that's been worked very hard. The sea looks very good and the rust very authentic. I can't imagine the crew enjoying their trip very much. What scale please? Regards, Jeff

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Sorry, I can't look at it. I got sea sick! Beautiful work.

 

John.

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Amazing model and the sea is the most convincing I've ever seen. 

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Superb job - the sea sculpt is wonderful.

You've done an exquisite job on the ship too!!

One of my favourite ships scenes in the recent past :coolio:

Care to share your sea sculpt techniques?

Rob

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brilliant model and display, I too would like to know the scale and find out a bit more of the techniques and materials you used for your seascape.

Cheers,

Mark.

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Having seen "The Cruel Sea" earlier today on TV with shots of the same ship in slightly lighter conditions, I have to wonder if you had been inspired by the same clips?  Well done indeed!

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Excellent modelling skills. 

 

As one who lives about a mile from the original, stone, version, can I request that you give her the correct spelling. PorTchester Castle. We are proud of our T! 

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I have this kit in the stash will have to use this as reference to hopefully get somewhere near the brilliant details  :yes:

 

beefy

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Liking that a lot!

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That a superb piece of modelling Andrew,what an excellent seascape to set it apart!

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Superbly finished and displayed model. Top job.

 

Terry

 

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Looks very nice but what scale is it?

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Agree with all above, beautifully finished and displayed.

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It is 1/350 scale.

 

Dave

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Thanks everyone, scale is indeed 1/350. I’ll show how I sea sculpt in the next one I build.

 

a

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Thanks everyone, scale is indeed 1/350. I’ll show how I sea sculpt in the next one I build.

 

a

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