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1/700 DKM Tirpitz
Dragon & Eduard
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Another compact and convincing ship diorama, Won-hui. Very nicely presented.
Thank you very much. ^^
I agree with Rob! A little and beautiful masterpiece.
Thank you very much. have a nice day. ^^
These little dios are true masterpieces worthy of display in a maritime museum! Well done!
You flatter me immensely.
I can but only concur with the above. I'd like to see your entire collection sometime. Must be quite an impressive display.
Thank you very much. I want to make a private gallery in a few years. If I could do so, I would like to invite many people.
Man, have you ever been to Scandinavia? I invite Martin (@editor) who lives in Scandinavia to comment, but the rocks you modeled, color- and texture-wise, they look exactly like the real thing up there.
Very, very impressive!
That's right, you've captured the landscape quite perfectly!
Thank you very much. I want to visit Scandinavia once. It is so far from Korea, but I really want to go there because it is a beautiful place.
Beautiful work, especially for the scale!
After seeing your great work I don't know if I can do another ship, great job!
You flatter me immensely. There are many more masterpieces and fantastic modellers in the world. ^^
Won-hui, master of the sea...
You flatter me immensely. ^^ I'm not yet. I'm still clumsy.
That is awesome. How many Resin did you use for the water. In Germany is this very expansive.
Korea is also expensive. So I use inexpensive, floor-proof products, not just for models.
Great work on these scales the difficulty in achieving these results is very great
Thank you very much. I built Tirpitz last year, but it seems a little bit lacking. TT
Beautiful! Simply beautiful.
This is so beautiful! Congratulations!
Thank you very much. I want to make landscape without ship.
🙂 ... Greetings ... 🙂 :
Very impressive work Won - hui.
Thank you very much. ^^
Wow Won! Amazing! How did you model the water and waves? Congrats to you!
I made water base using epoxy resin. And I made ripple using Ak interactive's Water gel transparent.
Another masterpiece there mate!
Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands
Outstanding job. The water looks so natural. . .well done!
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