An experiment with resin using the 1/350 Revell U-boat kit.
Today I would like to present my newest model - U1407 in its mid-1945 guise. It was commissioned into Kriegsmarine in April 1945 and used for the training, hence the yellow band on the kiosque.
The kit parts are quite accurate in terms of shape[...]
Built out of the box, the kit comes with optional PE parts which add good details. This is my first try on building the sea base with kitchen foil, cotton and water effect gel.
The last photo is a size comparasion to the Yamato I have in the sa[...]
Greetings to all the community, here you have the progress in the U-Boat.
The central section already finished, I hope you like it.
Nothing was done in four weeks. It's too hot to work.
I made a small diorama that I could easily make for practice before starting my next project.
I was impressed by the picture of the captured u-505. I made it into a small diorama now, but I[...]
This is an "olde but goodie" model I built some time ago, maybe over 10 years ago. Once in a while I go into the basement and look at my old, dusty built models put away in storage. These models in storage are much older then my current builds[...]
U-boat Type VII/C : The magic of light
1/144 U-boat VII/C (Revell) & 1/350 U-boat VII/C (Revell)
I made a diorama for a short rest before performing a top-secret mission.
Through Google Earth, we've referred to a lot of pictures of the Norvik coast. However, I feel bad because it is totally different. The color and transparency of water ar[...]
Having finished four german capital ships of WW2, it was time to complement my german collection with some subs. I chose to build one from each important class.
The Typ VIIc U-Boot was the workhorse of the german navy and bore the brunt of the [...]