All about model ships and boats.
1/700 Scale This diorama is Iwo jima landing operation. Actually, the actual landing was carried out with LVT and Sherman Tank, but the LVT and sherman tank's details were very low. So I exclude them. This diorama is distant from historical fa[...]
I want to leave a build log here, but I don't know how to explain it to each picture. So, I'd link to my construction blog. I'm sorry. I am not good at English. So, I want your understanding. Later, I'll post build log using Epoxy resin. http:[...]
First of all I would like to clarify that the camo of the U-Boot, has been copied from a model appear on an Italian Modelling Magazine some years ago. A collector request to me this job. After desperate search on internet, I did not find any e[...]
I bought this kit a while back and it's been my stash for some time. Though I mainly build WW2 aircrafts, a little change is sometimes nice. The model is of U318, which served with the 4th (training) 11th, 13th and 14th U-boat flotilla in the p[...]
I built this ship, September, 2015. The ship was damaged by several shocks. The screws were damaged and the hand rails were damaged. So, I make a diorama with this ship. DD-436 USS Monssen was sunk by Japanese warships off Guadalcanal 13 Novembe[...]
1/700 DKM Tirpitz Dragon & Eduard
My Memorial Day build commemorating all those that have served our country this year is an appropriate one - the legendary CV-6, U.S.S. Enterprise. Winner of 20 Battle Stars, a Presidential Unit Citation and a Navy Unit Commendation, the Enterp[...]
I made torpedo and its track using the plastic rod the cotton. And I filled the frame with epoxy resin that was made for coating the bottom.
I made a mistake. Hardner ratio was too high. So, musashi was melted by high heating temperature. TT My initial intention was to lean toward reft side 5°degrees. But contrary to my intention, as the resin shrank, it leans to almost 30 degree. T[...]
Hi, I want to present you my pride and joy, my SMS Dresden (1908) Revell 1:350. From wikipedia: "SMS Dresden ("His Majesty's Ship Dresden")[a] was a German light cruiser built for the Kaiserliche Marine (Imperial Navy), the lead ship of her[...]