Trumpeter 1/700 USS Baltimore (1944)
This is the first ship model I've attempted in some time using all the details (photo-etch, rigging, sea base, etc.). Pretty satisfied with the results but definitely room for improvement.
USS Baltimore in [...]
Dear friends, last Christmas I built an LCS2 Independence (Dragon 1/700) with bad results. Now I thought of recovering it by inserting it in a post-apocalyptic context. what do you think?
I've not posted much here lately, mostly because I've been stupidly busy at work (working 13 days out of each 14 due to a staff shortage), I did get this almost finished but it cast off and sailed away across the cutting mat before I could get i[...]
Long time without posting here, folks. I've been really, really lazy with plastic. Luckily, my 5 y/o son is model-crazy, so practically forced me to work in my Shimakaze while he tinkered his vintages Revell Iowa, Forrestal, Missouri and John [...]
this is a 1: 700 diorama with a liberty ship struck by a torpedo at the bow and which is sinking. A u-boat (flyhawk) is on the surface and on the far right you can see another u-boat at periscope level. The liberty ship crew tries to save itse[...]
Kit: Trumpeter 1/700 CVN-74 USS John C Stennis.
Intro: This was actually my first ship ever. I usually build aircraft in 1/72 but decided to try something new. I started this in October of last year, and being that it's August, it took me almos[...]
Mayby you know the story... It's January 1900, Russian battleship Admiral Apraksin ran aground near Gogland Island in the Finnish Gulf (Baltic Sea). The icebreaker Jermak took part in salvage operations. In this case wireless communication becam[...]
A model released by Armo company, I've changed some things in it and put it on a small diorama
This build took 4 month, spending about 5 hours a week. It became quite a terrifying experience towards the end, because I know if I were to make a mistake or an accident, it would deny months of effort, I’m just glad I made it to the end unscat[...]
Here is my collection of 1/700 scale ships. Most are in need of major repairs. In here are the cruises U.S.S. Pittsburgh, U.S.S Baltimore, the battleships U.S.S. Arizona, U.S.S. North Carolina, U.S.S. Washington, U.S.S. Alabama U.S.S. Iowa, U.S.[...]