COMMISION BUILD-1/144 TYPE VII-C ATLANTIC VERSION-SUNKEN WRECK.

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The commision build of the wrecked sub is finished.

Hope you like and more important the client likes it :smiling6:
 

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Great job Si. The client likes it too - Sweat no more... :thumb2:

I too love doing wrecks. It saves having to be too precise with the actual build!
 

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Great job Si. The client likes it too - Sweat no more... :thumb2:

I too love doing wrecks. It saves having to be too precise with the actual build!
Got to agree, wrecks are the one excuse that a glue -bomb is okay to do :smiling5:

Chuffed you like it...and how do you know the client likes it...tell me...TELL ME KNOW! :tongue-out:
 

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Hi Si
Well I reckon both you and the client should be happy. Looks great.
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Well I reckon both you and the client should be happy. Looks great.
Jim
Cheers Jim, one of my faves is doing a wrecked sub. I know in reality I should remove the decking and do the interior but my dodgy hands just are not up to that. Glad you like it.

Love the colours you use and the patina you build up
Hi Mick, thank you for stopping by and taking a look. Once the top coat is done it is then built up using washes, sponging etc-takes forever :smiling3:
 

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Ths rusty man strikes again Brilliant :smiling3:.
 

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I was watching that TV programme last night, where they "drain the ocean" using computer graphics, to explore the wrecks of various warships. This reminds me of that.
Pete
 

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I was watching that TV programme last night, where they "drain the ocean" using computer graphics, to explore the wrecks of various warships. This reminds me of that.
Pete
Have watched that program, rather good. Glad you like the barnacled old girl...the sub...not referring to your missus...ahem.

Nice Job, The client should be well happy with that.
Thank you Paul, pleased you like her.
 

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The Rust Master is back! :thumb2: Super job Si, the client has to be happy with the result, it's fantastic.
 

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The Rust Master is back! :thumb2: Super job Si, the client has to be happy with the result, it's fantastic.
Ta mucho Joe...glad you like her. Will find out soon if he likes it, she goes tomorrow...gulps.
 

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Sorry a bit late to the party Si. Only just seen this build. Fantastic work Si. Would be well chuffed to have that in my collection.
 

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Cracking work Si
Thanks Ian, I always worry about doing for others-guess we all do-but, I do enjoy making these.

Sorry a bit late to the party Si. Only just seen this build. Fantastic work Si. Would be well chuffed to have that in my collection.
No worries Alan, thanks for dropping in and for the wonderful comment.

Stunning work Si, if I was the customer I would be over the moon with that on my shelf.
Pete :thumb2: :thumb2: :thumb2: .
Hi Pete, appreciate your very kind words now, you look after yourself.
 
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