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ErnieS

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This is the 1/700 scale Riich models kit, built out of the box with the exception of adding some photo etch Tom's Model Works figures. The kit is a waterline, so I built  the base for it as well.

This was the last ship I built, finished a few months back.
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Hi Earnie

I like the water and really must try that some day great sub mate  

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Thank you, the water is artists gel applied and sculpted with and old cheap paint brush. After the gel dried the water was painted with several colors of inexpensive acrylic craft paint (Apple Barrel, Plaid brand) blended together wet and when those dried the wake and wave tips were dry brushed with white. A final coat of Tamyia Clear gives a nice gloss finish to the water.
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Thanks for the tips there on water effects , One day I will get round to try it but just don't know when 



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Hi Ernie,
A brilliant piece of work and the water effect really sets it off, thanks for sharing the pics and the tips
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Stunning job
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great build and water scene you have put together. very good water details.
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Very cool! Submarines are my subject of interest - hope will get there one day and start my first build.

Thanks for sharing!
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Another superb job[thumb]
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Thank you again guys! Christian, subs are cool and I like doing one or two every now and then just for something different. I have a couple half finished that I really should finish up......
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Looks great, always wanted to do a sea effect.
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Thank you again guys! Christian, subs are cool and I like doing one or two every now and then just for something different. I have a couple half finished that I really should finish up......
Ernie


Ernie,

I would love to see more subs! They were the original and still are a great stealth weapon.The details of how they operate just blows my mind. hope to see more of your subs and other builds as you are able to show us.Thanks and best wishes!

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Great build and great water effect. thanks for showing.
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It looks great!
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