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I used Bismarck, which I completed three years ago, to make a diorama.
1/700 Scale (Dragon)
& 1/2000 Scale (Flyhawk)
23 additional images. Click to enlarge.
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Michael Paquette said on May 8, 2019
The most wonderful sea diorama’s I’ ve ever seen.
Won-hui Lee said on May 8, 2019
Thank you so much.
1 attached image. Click to enlarge.
bob mack said on May 8, 2019
Thank you very much. ^_^
Luis Felipe Diaz said on May 8, 2019
Simply amazing! You run out of adjectives to describe your work!
Craig Abrahamson said on May 8, 2019
Stunning piece of modeling – as always. 🙂
david leigh-smith said on May 8, 2019
Won-hui Lee, I feel your work is an almost perfect fusion of technical ability and artistic skills. I love the explosion scene, but the underwater diorama is utterly captivating. There is something haunting about ships that go down with so many men aboard. Maybe it’s the diver in me that finds it particularly touching, but your wreck of the Bismarck is a work of supreme talent.
‘Liked’ – very, very much.
Won-hui Lee said on May 28, 2019
Thank you very much. The real thing is probably worse than the picture. ^^;;
Pedro L. Rocha said on May 8, 2019
No adjectives either than awe can describe what I see on the pictures…simply mindblowing effects, but the sink wreckage is utterly amazing
Tom Cleaver said on May 8, 2019
Incredible work on both. The fires and smoke are so realiztic.
Michael E Rieth said on May 8, 2019
Fantastic before and after.
Carmelo Rodrigo said on May 8, 2019
incredible, spectacular, impressive, AMAZING
You really have mastered the water theme and like the rest of your models at a very high level.
Thank you for your praise. And I’m sorry for the late reply.
Matt Minnichsoffer said on May 9, 2019
Stunning work as always. You are a true master with these dios.
A G Boyds said on May 9, 2019
You Sir have some serious talent! I love modern history and your Dioramas bring it to life better than any painting or picture. Well done!
A side note, if you ever go up to Panmunjom on the tour, please give a few seconds of remembrance at Jang barracks to my comrade CPL. Jang Myong-ki. A very brave ROK soldier who is very much remembered to this day by those of us who served with him at the UNCSG-JSA.
David A. Thomas said on May 9, 2019
Amazing, my friend. Ditto on all the praise above.
Thank you so much, my friend. And I’m sorry to reply late.
Robert Royes said on May 9, 2019
Same as above! Beautiful work.
John Healy said on May 9, 2019
Michel Verschuere said on May 9, 2019
Fantastic, in this scale, quite a feat!
Thank you so much, my friend.
Aleksandar Sekularac said on May 9, 2019
This is another evocative and inspiring gem in your collection. I wager you can light your room with exploding ships only!
Nikos Kosmadakis said on May 9, 2019
Fantastic as always!
David Mills said on May 9, 2019
Gary Wiley said on May 9, 2019
These guys have said it all, but I want to echo it. Fantastic dioramas!
Greg Kittinger said on May 10, 2019
It seems such a waste to hide the excellently executed model under all that resin and smoke, but HOLY COW, what a scene you have created! I love those side shots where you see the majority of the hull under the water, and as all have said above, it’s all so realistic – the ethos of the moment just hangs suspended…
And the underwater dio is just haunting.
Superb work, masterful creativity.
Thank you for your praise, my friend.
I made some mistakes that did not conform to historical accuracy. So I was criticized a lot. LOL, TT
Richard Mcstay said on May 10, 2019
That’s a work of art mate! The sunken ship looks amazing as well… it has an eerie feel to it.
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