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Scale Modelworld 2017 models – #5 (Ships)

November 17, 2017 in Show Reports

Continuing our review of the Scale Modelworld in Telford, here’s a selection of ship models in the competition area.

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9 responses to Scale Modelworld 2017 models – #5 (Ships)

  1. Fantastic work….if I could only do HALF as well, maybe I’d build more “floaty things” (and then there’d be the art of ‘making’ water….sigh). 🙁

  2. Guess who’s going to Telford next year! Thanks for posting these images. Inspirational!

  3. Thanks for posting images of HMS Victory, Martin.

    • My pleasure, I was very glad to have a closer look and thought that she looked even better in the real life! Complex, sophisticated yet very cleanly built model. Congratulations to your patience…

  4. These water dioramas are just stunning. I am really amazed at the quality of both ship and water, but mostly the water effects.

    • On HMS Grenadier the sea foam effect is I think fish tank foam filter fibre, an alternative to cotton, or can be used in conjunction. I’ve been experimenting with various seascape materials for a project I’m doing.

  5. Dear Editor,
    Thanks for the comprehensive report on Telford.
    Is appreciated very much.
    Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.

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