Discussion in 'Ship & Watercraft Models' started by Scorpio, Jun 19, 2004.
Drawn, however, the part Is not to be found
There I must still look what this is.
Scorpio - beautiful! That's all I can say. :shock:
BTW, Could you summarize how long did it take to reach this point in the model construction.
Your work is simply outstanding, Scorpio!
Seems this model has presented a few more difficulties than your last build...that extraordinary Bismark...but you could not tell from looking at your photos. Thank you for providing so many outstanding photos!
Simply magnificent, Scorpio!
I never thought it possible that Rodney could look so good! :lol:
Can't wait for the weather to get bad in Aachen!
Thanks for so nice words!
hello Ajax and Gil
I have done the Avatar for you
Of course if you like them
With the best greetings
Hello my expensive friends,
The accumulator is full again! And now can go on with the construction.
Here the first two and the biggest lifeboats on Rodney
thus see From
great as usual good as an exhibition in their own right
Fantastic stuff for the troops, love watching this thread almost as much as my new Avatar :lol:
Thanks again Scorpio your a star!!
PS:- We are worth it :roll:
Simply amazing, Scorpio! Those small boats are flawless. Did the kit provide the oars or did you scrathbuild them yourself?
And thanks for the great new avatar!
I found the "St.Paulus Dom - MÃ¼nster / Thomas Pleiner" in your picture too.
It seems that you have a very nice modeling companion. I admire you skill and have learned a lot from your works. Thanks.
Today I might show only three photos of engine boats built ready yesterday
Refinement comes from Me.
I myself have refined the boats. They were only drawn.
Maria is my woman and we use our working table together.
Danke Barry !
I have done for you also Avatar
You have out done yourself again. :shock:
Danke sehr! Das ist schÃ¶n.
Great work, Scorpio!
An amazing bit of micro modeling, creating some little gems in themselves!
Great photos, too!
Thanks for the photos.
Very inspiring work. I have just completed the third lifeboat on Oregon and hope I can do as well as your examples!
Hi, Scorpio, the work you put into refining the boats was well worth it. And the latest group of boats look equally sensational, Scorpio! I've always had a weakness for steam pinnaces and the one's you built look terrific!
That was my jaw hitting the floor
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