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U-boat Type VII/C : The magic of light
1/144 U-boat VII/C (Revell) & 1/350 U-boat VII/C (Revell)
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Craig Abrahamson said on April 18, 2018
Stunning visual effects, my friend….your talents never cease to amaze.
Won-hui Lee said on April 19, 2018
I only used the lights, and thank you very much for your praise.
Robert Royes said on April 18, 2018
Wow! Who shot the torpedo at the U-boat?
I’m not. Ha ha ha.
Dmitry Ryzhenkov said on April 19, 2018
You are a master of water!
Thank you very much. But I’m not the Master yet.
david leigh-smith said on April 19, 2018
Won-hui, you have a problem.
When you set the ‘default’ bar for your work at brilliant, where do you go from there?
Excuse me for playing with light. LOL
But this is a very interesting attempt.
Editor said on April 19, 2018
So you’ve done it again! In the night setting, that U-boat sinking looks very, very eerie indeed.
I absolutely love the one-block idea and the immaculate execution of it. Makes one think “where are all the seams?” lol. Masterful!
Thank you very much. And while U-boat was doing a lot of activities at night, all my work was bright, so I tried this. But it’s too hard to shoot. T_T
Michel Verschuere said on April 19, 2018
Absolute masterpiece, just like the others!
Thank you very much. ^^
Simon Whitney said on April 19, 2018
Magical sir, pure magic.
Thank you very much.
Pedro L. Rocha said on April 19, 2018
So 3 dioramas, each one tells part of the same story? A bit of explanation would be useful to fully understand this masterpiece.
As usual, no adjectives can describe your superlative work with sea battles, just amazing
I have a slightly different story. One is the U-boat that hunts, one is the U-boat that is hunted, and the other is the U-boat that is just made bigger. LOL
Dan DeSilva said on April 19, 2018
There are no words to fully describe the mind blowing awesomeness of this!
Thank you for your praise.
gary sausmikat said on April 19, 2018
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Tom Cleaver said on April 19, 2018
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Greg Kittinger said on April 19, 2018
Incredible artistry! How you get just the right look to the bubbles, explosions, etc. is just amazing – you can hear it, feel it. Wow!
Thank you very much. I happened to find that using cotton can grab air bubbles and increase their natural state.
Richard Mcstay said on April 23, 2018
You just won modelling again!
Jeff Bailey said on April 24, 2018
Another great sea-dio, Won Hui-Lee! Your command of the various ingredients to make an artificial work look absolutely real is wonderful to behold! Thanks for sharing, @won-huilee !
Won-hui Lee said on April 26, 2018
Thank you my friend.
Kelvin L Branom said on May 19, 2019
This is under sea modeling at it’s best, great work. I have to ask which one the two is 1/144 scale and which 1/350 scale.
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