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|TylerV||Posted on Dec 26 2004, 03:06 AM|
|I built a 3-foot model of the Titanic when I was in high school. I took my time, paid attention to detail, and it took me about a month working on it a few hours almost every day. That was 12 years ago. It is at my parents place, and is none the worse for wear except dust and broken masts. If I had a digital camera I would happily post pictures. Stay tuned!|
|Foss Gly||Posted on Dec 23 2004, 11:13 PM|
| Heya, blackjack!! Welcome to the board!
Nice model, and great diarama idea!
|blackjack||Posted on Dec 23 2004, 10:18 PM|
| I built a model of the U.S.S. Missouri, which is the sister ship of the Iowa from Vixen 03. Then for a book presentation I did on the book 6 years ago I placed the model in a Potomac river diarama I had made with Washington DC in the background. I hope that when I have some time I can do some other models or maybe re-do this one as there are some things I could have done better.
The pic is poor quality, but its from a cell phone, so what do ya expect? Hi, i'm new btw
|BIG RED||Posted on Jul 2 2004, 01:30 PM|
(Snicker) Ha Ha! Thats funny...
|Foss Gly||Posted on Jun 26 2004, 02:13 AM|
|There was a story in the local paper a few weeksa ago that this thead reminds me of. A young guy in Halifax, Nova Scotia built a scale model of the Titanic made entirely of popsicle sticks. It wasn't all that pretty to look at, but you have to respect the time and effort put into such a project.|
|boissee||Posted on Jun 26 2004, 01:18 AM|
| I have a Titanic model (go figure), but it's made of wood. I also have a 3D model of it framed and it shows the inside of the ship which I got at the Titanic museum in Southampton, England. It's actually quite nice!
I received another Titanic model for my birthday this year from some very special people on this forum.
|BIG RED||Posted on May 25 2004, 09:53 PM|
I Think one company does a model for a Liberty Ship. You can use that to make a replica of the PILOTTOWN (A.K.A. "The Magic Ship") Not sure what company makes it though, sorry. Just do a google search for liberty ship models and you should be lucky.
|sherlockfan||Posted on Mar 26 2004, 08:33 PM|
| A guy who built a model of the Mary Celeste and Hunley for Clive is Christopher Hitchcock - I happened upon his web site while doing a search for more news about Clive.
Check out http://www.hitchcockmodels.com/
He's also done some Titanic work with his dad.
Click on ship models, then Mary Celeste. I e-mailed him and that's when I found out he did a model of the Hunley for Clive. His models are expensive, but appear to be worth it - if Clive thinks they're quality models, they must be!
|mm6mm6||Posted on Mar 9 2004, 12:10 AM|
| Pics of my models of the Hunley, Messerschmidt Me262, and the Pullman Sleeper from Dirk's hangar at:
|robpgreer||Posted on Mar 5 2004, 08:55 PM|
His name is John Harloe. He's the sole proprietor of a resin model company called Old Steam Navy that focuses on ships involved in the Seige of Charleston. I selected his above all others available because of the accuracy of the model and the amount of research that went into its design. He actually built 2 for me. The first one though, at the last stage of the construction, split in half when he mounted it on the base, ruining weeks of work. He had to start all over again.
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