000 Here is just a few of the modelmaking projects I have done during the years and some may still be worked on000

On this page you will see some of my modelmaking talents through out the many examples that I will feature here, there are some that are still being worked on though being the latest I still feel proud on showing off my latest examples as I feel that they really do show what I do today, compaired to many years ago.

Some of these may be put on hold due to several factors, including no workshop to work on them in etc.

Please enjoy thanks and as I move through in this latest version of my website I will post and replace any old photoes with newer clearer shots, enjoy.

And comments are welcome if you wish.

 

US Post Office Seebert WV 24975

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One of the smallest post offices around, built at 1:96 scale

An Australian Queenslander just outside of Brisbane on the south side

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Note this model is still under construction

American old Railroad Office from the 1930s- 1960.

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A mudbrick style house built in sydney

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Note: this model is still under construction

A friends house

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This one I modeled 10 years ago back in 1998 as a gift to a special friend at the time

Another friends house or former friend.

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This was modeled as a memorial to a friend that sadly enough passed away after a short time of knowing him, so I reconstructed a model of his house as it was.

Mini Titanic Minature

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at 30mm long 4.5 mm wide and about 6mm tall this has got to be one of the smallest minutures of the RMS Titanic around.

RMS Titanic wreck model (Bow section)

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Note: this model is still under construction

Another minature, a wheel barrow for 1:96 scale.

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Wasa 1628

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This I built over 14 years ago and finished it up to apear as if it were a very old model of the ship, some views you see show some damage, I have yet to repair damage from one time wyhen there was a great big move and several models were damaged due to the mishandling of boxes that were labled fradgile

This one has not one paeice of anything that couild rust, the weathering is due to a special panting technique I applied to each part.

 

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