Work in fantasy style. Above-water part of the world's largest Soviet submarine Project 941 "Typhoon". Underwater, as an extension, a great white shark.
Length 340 mm, width 90 mm height 100 mm
Soviet submarine 949A "Antey".
Length 30cm, width 8cm, height 9cm.
The work is made of resin. The stand is made of glass 8
Let me post a work of Japanese ship. Her name is Ikazuchi, which means simply "thunder" in a very traditional Japanese way. She was an IJN destroyer, the 23rd of the Fubuki class destroyers. The kit was provided by Yamashita [...]
For the second post, I chose SMS Emden, another Flyhawk one. Although this ship was described as a light cruiser, the length of this ship was almost equivalent to that of standard destroyers in WWII. Thus, the actual model is much smaller [...]
This is HMS Jupiter, a J class destroyer, which was pictured the status in 1940. You can see it at Wikipedia. It was based on Flyhawk 1/700 and a bit modified by using generic PEs and self built masts. This is my first post. I hope it has [...]
After over 30 years, I finally have a good 1/700 HMS Hood. The ship has always been one of my favorites, and I've held a spot at the top of the display case for her for a long time.
I had (and still have) the 1/600 Airfix and 1/400 [...]
Here, my friends, is my first foray into the brave new world of resin kits. I have a soft spot for the 9 cruisers of the Brooklyn class, which were extremely good looking ships, and of great historical significance. Thus, it is hard to [...]
Here’s a grouping of all my Korean War builds. All are 1/48 with the exception of the 1/35 Centurion and 1/700 Valley Forge. Some have been shown here, some haven’t. The Valley Forge will be finished soon. Home renovations have [...]