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Hello friends. Just finished this rusty ship. This was something new for me. I have another hobby (leather work) but I love this new adventure. Thanks for looking.
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Craig Abrahamson said on August 31, 2018
“Rusty” is putting it mildly, Peter…I don’t think I’d put in the water, that’s for sure. 🙂
Looks like you’ve put a lot of thought (and work) into it, though. Welcome to the site.
Matija Lisec said on September 1, 2018
The name of the ship is Tetanus
bob mack said on September 1, 2018
heck…they don’t sink very often…usually just once…fine weathering..fine model
gary sausmikat said on September 1, 2018
Hey Petar, Very interesting. Did you build the boat too from the plans I see in the pics? Welcome to iModeler.
Petar Zarkov said on September 1, 2018
Let me add some better pictures.
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Robert Royes said on September 1, 2018
What a great build! And welcome. Looks like it’s from the Arthur Kill waterway in Staten island NY.
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Thank you, thank you…
This is MODEL SHIPWAYS 201 1945 DESPATCH #9 HARBOR TUGBOAT 1945 KIT
Now working on German submarine 1/144 with interior. Pictures…soon.
Have order for one leather motorcycle seat… Not easy to be between two Hobbys .
See you soon…You are Great…
Greg Kittinger said on September 1, 2018
Nice! Welcome aboard.
Petar Zarkov said on September 2, 2018
Peter Hausamann said on September 3, 2018
It’s a wonder it has not fallen apart on your shelf 😉
Well done for your first rusty boat, Petar.
In passing, I have seen many rusty models, but have never seen the modelling of another effect by rust, that is expansion (thickness). One inch of steel can make several inches of rust.
Dirk Derks said on September 3, 2018
Job well done. Regards, orion.
paul teixeira said on September 3, 2018
Now that is a real nice rust bucket. I have so much fun rusting up my models. You must of really enjoyed it!
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