Sea scapes

Discussion in 'Dioramas & Displays' started by barry, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. barry

    barry Active Member

  2. Leif Oh

    Leif Oh Member

    Amazing! Finally some life-like water. The best I've seen (although I haven't been looking as hard as some of you guys).

    Makes even me want to alight on the waves for a spell - I'm thinking a Cub on floats, an Aeronca on floats, and even a Sunderland - if I could find on of the old 1/33 kits (Fly model, was it?) - Leif
  3. Gil

    Gil Active Member

  4. Gil

    Gil Active Member


    Anyone ever put floats on a P-39?

  5. Bowdenja

    Bowdenja Active Member

    If anyone can......... Leif is the man!

    Thanks for the link..........that guy is really an artist. I'd like to see the complete model whenever he finishes.
  6. mapuc

    mapuc Member

    Yea I'm astonished about this great job he has done.

  7. Gil

    Gil Active Member

    I read an article in one of the model railroad magazines in which the author was using clear silicone to create the water effect on top of interior blue acrylic house paint. One problem with such believable water is that the suspension of disbelief created must also be equaled in the craftsmanship of the model.

  8. Fishcarver

    Fishcarver Active Member

    Seascapes: Perhaps a Translation?

    Hi Group!
    This water surface does, indeed, look good!

    The instructions? (Hint, hint, nudge,nudge etc)

  9. barry

    barry Active Member

    Fish carver

    Russian is one of the few languages that auto translates well I used Google toolbar to read it.

  10. Gil

    Gil Active Member

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