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1/350 DKM Schnellboot and Tribal class Destroyer (1/700)

August 19, 2017 in Ships

I made torpedo and its track using the plastic rod the cotton. And I filled the frame with epoxy resin that was made for coating the bottom.

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30 responses to 1/350 DKM Schnellboot and Tribal class Destroyer (1/700)

  1. Yet another fantastic piece of modeling talent. I never could get the hang of those water dioramas. 🙁

  2. Won-hui, you take me there. Just fabulous.

  3. Won-hui, you have a unique artistic quality to your model building that I admire very much. This is yet another fine example. Very good work !

    • Thank you for your praise.
      However, there are a lot of people who are much better than me even in the field of ship-model. Like Chris flodberg, Jim bauman, Kostas katseas. I’ve been longing for them. Even now. I still have so many things to learn.

  4. Woooh spectacular few days ago I saw several examples of explosions, but the composition of this diorama is very well

  5. That’s spectacular, capturing motion in diorama form is difficult, but this looks so realistic. I especially like the S-boot. Wow!

    • Thank you very much. I wanted to make the diorama bigger. However, recent my failure have frightened me. Epoxy resin melted the kit. So I hesitated for a while. Next time I want to be bigger, and I want to create another situation with another ship.

  6. Absolutely SPECTACULAR!!! The level of realism is AWESOME!!! Thanks for sharing!!

  7. This is beyond belief. Awesome.

  8. I stand in awe of your talent, Won-hui! Absolutely riveting. It tells a story, which is precisely the effect you probably intended. The workmanship is wonderful. That torpedo is done to perfection!

    • Thank you very much.
      Because of the failure of previous work, I made this size smaller. I am so sorry for that. Because of my hubris, I experienced a big failure, and I want to stick to the basics from now on.

  9. Very creative – excellent workmanship! Love your stuff, even though I’m not a ship guy!

  10. Do you realise everything you post is worthy of model of the month! But I believe you can only win it every 6 months!
    Awesome dioramas my friend, on a different level…

  11. Mr.Won-hui Lee I just signed up to this site to tell you how utterly blown away I am by your Dioramas. You mentioned other diorama makers that you feel are better than you, and I looked them up. And yes, they are fantastic, but none of them has the same sense of motion and action as yours do. You are an amazing artist, with a movie directors eye for action shots. May the future bring you the fame and riches you deserve.
    -Jonas from Denmark

  12. I’m with Ben – this is a work of art that totally captures the imagination of the viewer. Bravo, bravo.

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