Naval modeling - ships, boats and submarines.
Well, I had to post this at some point. It has been a real pleasure building this (first ship build but definitely not my last) and I had a lot of fun with the iMoldeler fraternity along the way. All 540 plus posts (hey, some of them are not[...]
* "ORP Sokół (Polish: Falcon) was a U-class submarine (formerly HMS Urchin) built by Vickers-Armstrong at Barrow-in-Furness. Shortly after launching in September 1940 she was to be commissioned by the Royal Navy as HMS Urchin, but instead was le[...]
1/700 Scale It was the longest sea battle in human history, and it was the largest battle in the ocean. It was a bloody battle with Hitler, who tried to block Britain into possession of Europe, and with allied force to protect Germany and the s[...]
U-boat Type VII/C : The magic of light 1/144 U-boat VII/C (Revell) & 1/350 U-boat VII/C (Revell)
Hi,all! It's my wood Bismarck.
Here's my low budget Big E, I have gone as far as I can with this so here's the post. I got this original 1967 issue off the net. I picked the old gal because of the full hull, fairly reasonable price, and a scale that my shake fingers could man[...]
Built several years ago from the Combrig kit. An enjoyable and relaxing kit.
This is my rendering of the USS Indianapolis (CA-35) after her refit at Mare Island, CA in 1945. The kit is # 14107 by Academy Model in 1/350 scale. It hosts many P/E parts from GMM and EDU. The 20 mm twin guns + the main battery gun barrel[...]
A few images of the ship itself as WiP were posted a few weeks ago, and the ship and diorama both are now complete as a project. The ship base kit is Mantua's 1:60 version, with considerable scratch work. The crew figures are 25mm white metal [...]
I've made it a few years ago.