Naval modeling - ships, boats and submarines.
Hi everyone, I am very new from Vietnam. Give to say hello with everyone!! See my ship 1/350 Missouri of Minihobby. Thank you
Hello everyone. A little experiment which turned out quite eye catching. I used the Zvezda 1/350 kit.
A couple of months ago I came back to the hobby after a long seven years without modelling anything... Since I got into model making I always wanted to build the Bismarck. 13 years ago I purchased Revell's 1/350 scale kit, back then the best an[...]
A nice kit to build. It has several sheets with photoetched to complete the model. Perhaps the most complicated is the small pieces that detail the deck lights. I have made some small improvements to the main mast and the boats. I have followed [...]
This model kit is titled 'Medieval Life Boat' by ZVEZDA. On reading up about it I found it was the type of boat used to transport men and stores to and from the ships used by the Crusaders. If required it could also be used as a ships lifeboat. [...]
I chose this title for a composition about a beautiful ship like the Uss Virginia. The ship appears simple and is pleasant to assemble, although with minor difficulties. The Kit is from Ciberhobby and accompanies a small set of photoetches, alth[...]
I was going to do the Typhoon class submarine as the 'Red October' to make the 2 as part of 'The Hunt for Red October' theme I was doing. I then did not complete the Typhoon class as the Red October as that would have meant I would need 2 x Typh[...]
My 1/72 Airfix Vosper MTB. All I have replaced is the steps on the rear. Cut the solid ones off and made new ones from thin copper wire, also made a ring on the bow for the anchor rope as well as made a coiled anchor rope, but wire on the side r[...]
A nice to build Hobby Boss model. It seems simple because of the shapes of the ship but in reality it hides a lot of work. The decals of the cover are painted. I have used this option because although it represents more work it is a better finis[...]
The USS Oriskany (CV-34) was the 24th and last Essex-class aircraft carrier to be commissioned. Construction on her was stopped in 1946 and she was completed in the fall of 1950 to a new design, SCB-27A, which better accommodated the newer and [...]