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HMS Warspite 1943(1/350 Academy )

May 3, 2017 in Ships

HMS Warspite 1/350 Academy with generic etch Flyhawk Royal Navy WWII ladders, inclined ladders and Railings, scratch with Plastruct improvements, British radar set from MK-1,and invisible thead .004 mm nylon. metallic anchor chains, light weathering from master set B Tamiya, 400 hours Work, 900 parts aprox.

Reference: PROFILE MORSKIE HMS WARSPITE, Anatomy of the ship:the Battleship Warspite from Ross Watton.

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16 responses to HMS Warspite 1943(1/350 Academy )

  1. I know little about ships, Anthony, but this looks like pretty neat work.

  2. Fabulous work, my friend…looks absolutely great…nice job indeed.

  3. There are few things more impressive in modeling IMHO than a superdetailed ship model, and yours is no exception. 400 hours! What was the calendar time?

  4. Hello Anthony,
    You did a fantastic job on this famous British warship.
    All I can say: “Master Modeler”. This model is a museum piece.
    Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.

  5. Top workmanship again. Good stuff Anthony.

  6. Beautiful work! 400 hours – whew!! It shows though.

  7. Anthony, the time and workmanship has really paid off, this is gorgeous !, Very well done !

  8. Marvelous ship! Even has the Admirals Walk on the stern. This ws updated prior to WW II? Looks like a dreadnaught from WW I, originally.

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