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De Schelde S-21

Posted by Wiking on 10 Jun 2019, 16:34

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Made in 2019

Figures: Hegemony, Black Army Models, Shapeways
De Schelde S21: RS Models
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 10 Jun 2019, 16:48

Are any of those tools from Phersu's set he announce in January 2019? I am missing that guy.

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Posted by Wiking on 10 Jun 2019, 17:41

No, I am sorry non of the tools are from him.
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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 10 Jun 2019, 17:51

Wonderful modelling! :thumbup: :-D
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Posted by GumSmith on 11 Jun 2019, 17:21

Hi Wiking,
nice little scene, so many little details to explore. Top !
And very interesting base with the inside of such a high hall. Well done, dir.

Cheers Oke
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Posted by huib on 12 Jun 2019, 08:30

Very nice, Wiking. But how did you discover this secret Dutch weapon nobody knew of?

Lovely diorama of a very unknown subject.
Did you know it was designed and built by a shipyard?
And your Dutch is almost faultless. ;-)
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Posted by Wiking on 12 Jun 2019, 15:51

Thank you for yor kind words huib.

A few years ago I saw the De Schelde kit at Antwerpen modelling festival.
It look nice and was a rare pusher.
In the start of the build now the whistleblower www tell me as you mentioned that a shipyard start to build that pusher. And never finished it. The model you see is the most forward build of a b/w pic that I can find.

My Dutch. I try several variations with a translater.
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Posted by Konrad on 12 Jun 2019, 21:22

Your works are always small works of art.
So much attention to detail.
Very nice as always.
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Posted by Susofrick on 14 Jun 2019, 08:18

Yes! There is always a lot to discover in the background. Love the balcony!
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Posted by C M Dodson on 14 Jun 2019, 10:55

Hello Mr W.

I really love the authentic factory ‘ feel’ to this diorama.

The wiring on the wall etc really add to the feeling of realism here.

Excellent stuff indeed.

Best wishes,

Chris
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Posted by MABO on 20 Jun 2019, 12:36

This is phantastic! I really love the atmosphere of the workshop!
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Posted by Kekso on 20 Jun 2019, 14:32

I like it very much. Tools, walls and even that "monster" of airplane.
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 23 Jun 2019, 00:32

Konrad wrote:Your works are always small works of art. So much attention to detail. Very nice as always.


It's my same thought, as I always tell you, Wiking. :love:

I admire your ability to produce such masterpieces in such a short time. You are a diorama making machine, hahaha. :-D

My most sincere congratulations. :yeah:

Santi.
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Posted by Bill Slavin on 23 Jun 2019, 02:57

You have way too much fun with your dioramas.
I love the workshop interior and the grotty skylights!
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Posted by Graeme on 23 Jun 2019, 02:58

Can I have my ball back please Mister?

Once again a great diorama with lots of details. Love the stained walls and dirty skylights. But I can't help wondering, what fell off the wall above the door?
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Posted by Bill Slavin on 23 Jun 2019, 13:47

Thank you, Graeme! Yes! I missed the ball completely and was puzzled by the figure holding his head at the door.
What DID fall off? And where is it??
The mystery deepens...
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Posted by Wiking on 23 Jun 2019, 19:42

To solve the mystery.
The second most important thing in a workshop.
After ordering by the trainee the baguett, sausage, the drink ...

The clock!

To know when breackfast time starts.
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