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bob mack said on October 7, 2018
very cool…and a wonderful hunk of water…well done
Won-hui Lee said on October 7, 2018
Thank you so much.😁
Csaba said on October 7, 2018
Very impressive scene! It’s amazing what you have done in this micro-scale!
Thank you very much😄😆
Hans Wilhelm Fischer said on October 7, 2018
Very nice diorama. The ship is about 3 cm Long, I guess.
Yes, it is about 3cm long.😆😆
gary sausmikat said on October 7, 2018
Won-hui. Great little scene. Love the water!
Thank you very much.😁😁
Tom Cleaver said on October 7, 2018
How did you see the ship to build it? 🙂
another great Won-hui Lee diorama.
Thank you so much.😆😁
Jeff Bailey said on October 7, 2018
Amazingly real! You’ve got this down perfectly, W-h Lee!
Thank you my friend. 😁😁
Craig Abrahamson said on October 7, 2018
I can but only concur with the masses, sir…. outstanding!
Thank you for your praise.😄😄
Gary Wiley said on October 7, 2018
Where did you get that huge barrel of water gel? 🙂 Wow, that is really nice, especially in 1:700.
I got this in the world of giant. 😆😆 Thank you very much.
Michel Verschuere said on October 8, 2018
Very nice Won-hui Lee, I know no better water dio maker than yourself!
Paul Mahoney said on October 8, 2018
Beautiful work! Did you use that water gel for all of the water ? was wondering how that product would work for deep layers (although I guess at this scale it isn’t so deep 🙂 )
Greg Kittinger said on October 8, 2018
As good as all your ships are, I love to see your water/terrain work – it is always brilliant!
caudelguille said on October 8, 2018
Very mediterranian light & colour! what a pleasant view!
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