Naval modeling - ships, boats and submarines.
This is a Uboat type IIc – U60 – in its late 1940 guise. I have extensively reshaped and modified kiosque and the bow shape of the hull supplied in Mirage's kit. PE deck and limber holes came from Mirage's dedicated set no.00540025. All other fi[...]
Hello folks, This is my take on a very infamous WWII German Battleship Bismarck... This is the Old Lindberg 1/350 kit and I read and was told by others that this was originally released as the Tirpitz.. I'm no expert in ships or history on ship[...]
1/700 Scale Gearing (Snowman Model) Detail-up used photo-etching only for radars and handrails. And I referred to the link below.
Again, one of my older models - this time a B-123 – proj. 705K Lira (NATO: Alfa) – class submarine. It shows the sub in her 1990 guise. Building process was quite long (ca. 5 months) and although the shape of Maquette kit is fairly accurate, the[...]
The USS Indianapolis (SSN-697) was a U.S. Navy Los Angeles class fast attack submarine. She was commissioned in 1980 and was assigned to the Pacific Fleet, homeported in Pearl Harbor. She was decommissioned halfway through her service life in [...]
This ol' girl has been around for decades. Not to be confused with the the Lindberg 1/87 Diesel Tug. (pictured last, and in an earlier article). It's a relatively simple, almost toy-like build. The instruction sheet has "color call outs" w[...]
Completed HMS Surprise with Cabinet . The width of the Ship is not proportionate, realized it half way, Completely hand made. It took two years to complete this ship.
I used Bismarck, which I completed three years ago, to make a diorama. 1/700 Scale (Dragon) & 1/2000 Scale (Flyhawk)
So, I’m back with another midget submarine this time the German Biber from WW2. I don’t know what it is with these submarines but they just appeal to me and I have the utmost respect for the men that operated them. As for the model, I’m happy t[...]
This is the old Glencoe Models kit in 1/74. I did a little research on Scalemates only to find this kit was older than I first thought. It also brought up the names of a couple model companies that I'd never heard of. Apparently this kit was f[...]