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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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George Henderson said on August 19, 2017
Fantastic once again
Won-hui Lee said on August 20, 2017
Thank you very much. ^^
Craig Abrahamson said on August 19, 2017
Yet another fantastic piece of modeling talent. I never could get the hang of those water dioramas. 🙁
You flatter me immensely. Thank you for your compliment anyway.
David A. Thomas said on August 20, 2017
Won-hui, you take me there. Just fabulous.
If you feel like that, I’m really happy. And thank you for your praise.
Terry Schuler said on August 20, 2017
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.
Carmelo Rodrigo said on August 20, 2017
Woooh spectacular few days ago I saw several examples of explosions, but the composition of this diorama is very well
Thank you very much.
The photo was much better than the real picture. It is probably better to increase the exposure time of the lens. It’s a kind of photo trick.
Jack Mugan said on August 20, 2017
Robert Royes said on August 20, 2017
Thank you for praise. ^^
Editor said on August 20, 2017
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.
Morne Meyer said on August 20, 2017
Absolutely SPECTACULAR!!! The level of realism is AWESOME!!! Thanks for sharing!!
Thank you very much. And I want to share a lot of works from now on.
Ulf Lundberg said on August 20, 2017
Alfredo Cofré said on August 20, 2017
This is beyond belief. Awesome.
Thank you very much. Have a nice day. ^^
Jeff Bailey said on August 21, 2017
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!
Won-hui Lee said on August 21, 2017
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.
Greg Kittinger said on August 22, 2017
Very creative – excellent workmanship! Love your stuff, even though I’m not a ship guy!
Won-hui Lee said on August 24, 2017
Richard Mcstay said on August 23, 2017
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…
You flatter me immensely. There are many modellers here than me. I will try harder to show better things. Thank you very much for your high esteem, my friend.
Ben Jon said on November 4, 2017
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
david leigh-smith said on November 4, 2017
I’m with Ben – this is a work of art that totally captures the imagination of the viewer. Bravo, bravo.
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