HMS Warspite 1943(1/350 Academy )
HMS Warspite 1/350 Academy ... 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, 300 hours Work, 900 parts aprox.
Reference: Profile Morskie HMS Warspite,..
Anatomy of the ship:the Battleship Warspite from Ross Watton.
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I know little about ships, Anthony, but this looks like pretty neat work.
Thank you George, a little of work and dedication...
Fabulous work, my friend...looks absolutely great...nice job indeed.
Thanks Craig, Regards..
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?
Thank you Editor ... indeed this work is 5 years ago, add some details in the last time, regards...
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.
Mr Dirk, thank you for your words.
Top workmanship again. Good stuff Anthony.
Thanks Mr Conway..regards
Beautiful work! 400 hours - whew! It shows though.
Thank you so much Reg...
Anthony, the time and workmanship has really paid off, this is gorgeous !, Very well done !
Thank you very much Terry,
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.
Yes, the warspite had an update some years before the second World war, thank you for your words.
How did I miss this one?
Thank You Ulf... regards...