Completed..."Dive the boat, next stop Australia!" Airfix Trafalgar Class Submarine.

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But I didnt go the easy route and just build a kit - I scratchbuilt mine !!! LOL!!!!!!!!!!! This is a superb bit of work matey , the bow wave is just spot on , its amazing . and I should know , being an expert at water effects ...,. Ahem!! Great build thingy coming your way mate, cheers tony
I know you scratch built it.....It was just a bl***y match stick, stuck in the top of one of Helen's cakes!

Thanks mucker for the compliments, the funny content and the G.B.T....

Regards to Helen,

Cheers,

Ron
 

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I missed this as the boat section doesn't show up on the main page. Sorry about that Ron, anyway...outstanding work and the water looks superb the bow waves are spot on as is the dimple just aft of the bow. Stunning...totally stunning.

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Thanks Si....Such comments coming from someone who produces ace 'watery things' is indeed a compliment.

Cheers,

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I really enjoyed the pictures. I felt everything beeing so real. And that scale?........ Top modeling! I really love your work.
 

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Well, well, look what's just surfaced (see what I wrote then?!)

Thanks for the compliments boys. I'm glad you like 'Triumph'

Catalin, it's Airfix and 1/350, about 9" long...23cm.

Cheers,

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stunning build young ron, i love your watery dios
 
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