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Battle of the Atlantic

1/700 Scale

It was the longest sea battle in human history, and it was the largest battle in the ocean. It was a bloody battle with Hitler, who tried to block Britain into possession of Europe, and with allied force to protect Germany and the struggling country in Europe alone.

It describes the U-boat that sank the convoy in 1941 and 1942, when it was at its most active, and left the area. This is one of the Diorama series that dealt with the birth, the activity and the end of the U-boat.

Rest in peace for the victims of the Atlantic battle.

I reformatted the diorama I had produced earlier.

16 additional images. Click to enlarge.


36 responses to Battle of the Atlantic

  1. Dunno how ya do it, but the results are dramatically spectacular. WOW!

  2. Wow! again, must be magic, great job.

  3. A short poem in honor of another masterpiece:

    What endeavor, what to seek to be?
    I ponder, I brood…yes, yes, now I see:
    There are modelers like me,
    and then there is Won-hui Lee!

  4. A stunning diorama!

  5. Excellent ๐Ÿ™‚

    Eric

  6. Frightening scene but so well done! @ David AT, can you think of doing this nice poem as a rap? Sure it would go viral on youtube ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Stunning Won-hui, you have this off to an art form.

  8. Excellent work as usual Mr Lee. In addition to displaying inspiring modeling dioramas you’ve seem to have inspired David Thomas into writing poetry or lyrics for a rap song. Good work.

  9. Very nice. Saw it on a couple of other forums recently too.

  10. Another outstanding diorama by Won-hui!
    The calm of the sea, reproduced with a perfect sea-water effect, remarkably contrasts with the ongoing drama, and thus I believe the work is extremely satisfactory also (or especially) from an artistic point of view.

  11. Won-Hui, another masterwork!

  12. Another wonderful diorama – I get lost in them.

    And careful @davidathomas or Martin will create a Poem of the Month award, and the site will have to update to allow for open mic competition live!

  13. Won hui-Lee, you’ve created ANOTHER masterpiece!

  14. Yes, you are a master. Incredible talent

  15. It’s good seeing these in the light but I have a question about the three photos in the dark. Was this just to show off the lighting in the diorama or were they actually sunk at night and this is what it would have looked like?
    Might as well throw in my own prosetry here. (ahem)
    Roses are red,
    violets are not.
    Poetry is hard.
    Bacon.

  16. Masterful piece of work

    Tom

  17. Really great water effect.

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