HMS Triumph (korea) HMS Colossus (1945)

Discussion in 'Ship & Watercraft Models' started by barry, Dec 5, 2008.

  1. barry

    barry Active Member

    A small model for a change 1/400th HMS Triumph on her one and only sortie to Korean waters with Seafires and Fireflys and for a bit of colour Colossus in late war camoflage with Corsairs and Baracudas. No great innovations

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  2. David H

    David H Member

    Simply spiffing!

  3. Bowdenja

    Bowdenja Active Member

    Oooohh! Wait until Don sees this! sign1

    Some more amazing work barry! Simply amazing!
  4. Padre

    Padre Guest

    Nice work.
  5. Longshaor

    Longshaor Member


    Are these your own design? I started trying to draw up Colossus in AutoCAD and finally gave up:curse:

    Beautiful work!
  6. barry

    barry Active Member

    Colossus sponsons

    Thanks for stopping by and the kind comments fellas.


    Scratch built using Metasequoia

    I still forgot the ammunition doors for the aft pompoms

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  7. Gregory Shoda

    Gregory Shoda Member


    You sure are an ingenious fellow and a computer wiz. I like the paint scheme. It is very attractive as is the general appearance of the ship.
  8. Gixergs

    Gixergs Well-Known Member

    Great model of a ship I use to see regularly at Chatham Dockyard shame they scrapped her as she would of made a nice exhibit there now its been closed.
  9. barry

    barry Active Member

    Corsairs and Barracuda

    Thanks for the kind words fellas


    Considering how many navies used the class one preerved would have been fitting.

    I love the Barracuda it's so damn ugly.

    The little planes need some touching up but I am waiting for my eyes to rest up a bit. The tail surfaces and oleos rely very heavily on crazy glue wonderful results but not my favourite glue.

    I tried to make one of the corsairs in glossy phootopaper but had an awful job trying to glue it together does any one have any clever tricks with this stuff please ?

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  10. Gregory Shoda

    Gregory Shoda Member

    Just noticed that the Corsairs have USA markings. Shouldn't they be changed? Those planes are soo tiny. Must be difficult getting them to look something like the original. Good work so far.
  11. Teamski

    Teamski Member

    Great job on the ship and planes. The planes look correct to me, for late war FAA (or RAAF) Corsairs.

  12. Gixergs

    Gixergs Well-Known Member

    They look like Brits to me. The Pacific aircraft did not have the red dot in the roundal so as to avoid mistakes with the red markings on the Japanese plane I guess the white bar to it was for the same reason
  13. barry

    barry Active Member

    Fleet Aim Arm markings

    Hi Greg

    They are similar but they are actually a white bar and circle with a blue inner and white have a better picture. Probably so the Yanks did not shoot us down mate. There should be others on the wings.

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  14. Gregory Shoda

    Gregory Shoda Member

    Barry: thx for the clarification for my edification and the close-up. By the way, how big are the Corsairs & the Barracuda? They look tiny.
  15. barry

    barry Active Member

    Hi Greg

    About 30mm wingspan got to try crazy glue on the corsair wings I think.

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