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Mick last won the day on February 10

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About Mick

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    Everything that floats :)

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  1. Thanks gents, now there is no excuse, airbrush will have to come out of the box, there's plenty of work on both of my boats
  2. Coning tower done. Lack of PE and the fact that in this scale it looks useless anyway, allowed me to refresh my ability to work with wire. Luckily for me the real thing is even rougher and more banged up Cheers Mick
  3. Well, they say that it's never to late to learn
  4. Now there is something going on on this one as well, hull is ready for wirework, rockets for paint and the coning tower..... well it's coming along... bug.ger is too big for my background Early stage of conning tower, picture taken with washing machine That how it looks now: rockets: Cheers Mick
  5. While playing with oils on the hull, I've finished the boats: Cheers Mick
  6. Dry dock: and just for fun with the hull at the current stage : Cheers Mick
  7. No worries, they make the information sink in better
  8. These corks were accumulated over longer period of time, it's not one weekend haul you know ...... Today's episode is about rust Below waterline it's just the beginning, base for further tampering, while above waterline it's more less final product. Cheers Mick
  9. No, no walls, otherwise the whole work on underwater part of the hull would be pointless.
  10. Despite the fact that the Chinese sub is taking most of my time lately, there still is progress here as well. Base ready for dirt and slime. Cheers Mick
  11. Aye she's Chinese, it's a single 033G they converted into anti-ship missile carrier. 033G itself is Chinese improved copy of Soviet project 633 or Romeo as NATO called them.
  12. Thanks. In my defence I'd like to point out a few things I've never said that I'm aiming for Yamato's last voyage, she's going to be in drydock undergoing maintenance sometime in 1945. I'm quite happy I managed to paint that bloody strip at all, since I had to brush paint it freehand. AA guns are Finemolds ones surely, I prefer them over flat things provided as PE, plus they have advantage of not requiring a lot of time.
  13. Just as a little variety from my recent microscopic projects I went for something completely different Big, simple, no PE and minimal scratch involved, on the other hand a lot of surface to play with painting. For now filling and sanding and filling and sanding.....phase is nearing to the end. Real fun will start soon Cheers Mick