LSM 156 scratchbuilt

Discussion in 'Ship & Watercraft Models' started by barry, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. barry

    barry Active Member

    Landing ship Medium the workhorse of the Pacific built in hundreds in WW2 ugly, uncomfortable no glamour but they made a huge difference. Why 156 it's for an old sailor who rode this one onto the beach at Okinawa.

    Still requires everything gluing down and railings etc. Scale is 1/100.

    Best I can do to support you Chris

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  2. ekuth

    ekuth Active Member

    Awesome work barry!

    Look forward to seeing her completed! Railings are a PITA... I know. sign1
  3. Teamski

    Teamski Member

    Stirling work for sure! Wow!

  4. Gregory Shoda

    Gregory Shoda Member

    Super, Barry! Model looks great.
  5. TRM

    TRM New Member

    Really nice looking model Barry. Great Job!

  6. barry

    barry Active Member

    Thanks for the kind words sorry for the delay in replying trying to do too much.

    Finally made the rails out of dress making pins and black cottomn it worked quite well at 1/100th.

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  7. TRM

    TRM New Member


    Huh, I just looked this morning and now even better. Superb job, your rails are great!

  8. Nothing

    Nothing Longtime Member

    fantastic work barry! can i ask what you use for railings on youre 1/200 stuff? is there photo etch available at that scale? been awhile since i was in the plastic field.
  9. barry

    barry Active Member


    I usually solder the damn things but there are photoetch and paper rails these days. Somehow they all seem a bit flat as well as expensive. The LSM was easy at 1/100th scale just pins and cotton.
  10. ekuth

    ekuth Active Member

    Very nice work!

    Hey, I'm a mixed media man myself... I agree, the paper rails leave something to be desired. You just can't get certain effects unless you mix.

    Now... build another one! Mwhahaha! :mrgreen:
  11. Kashiwazaki

    Kashiwazaki KASHIWAZAKI SENA FAN!!

    Nice landing ship, barry, I love it!
    Who says they weren't good-looking, when you maked it looking good?!sign1

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