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  1. Dmitry

    Dmitry New Member

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    Hi, Friends!
    At this moment I finished the model of saling yacht Hallberg-Rassy62 in scale 1:20. I`m ready to hear yours professional opinion.

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  2. K1W1

    K1W1 Senior Member

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    Hi,

    Welcome to Yacht Forums.

    That looks pretty good to me from the photos posted.
  3. HONGKONG

    HONGKONG Senior Member

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    Amazing Detail

    This scale relationship of all the details appears amazingly correct -standing riggiing, sheets, stanchions etc. What is the scale?

    Do you do power?

    And one last question, does the main actually reef?
  4. Dmitry

    Dmitry New Member

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    Many Thanks! Scale 1:20.
    Yes,I do powerboats...I will show after 2 weeks.
  5. PropBet

    PropBet Senior Member

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    Very nice indeed.
  6. Brian

    Brian Senior Member

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    I'll second that.
    Nice detail.
    The question everyone will be thinking is "How much $ ?"
  7. CODOG

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    :) Beautiful model.
  8. Dmitry

    Dmitry New Member

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    Every model have his price(according offer client).
    I have not sicret..This model -11 200 Euro.
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    Fantastic model!!! Same quality fealing like the real Hallberg Rassy yachts. It makes me remember the good old times in late 80´s when I was working at the HR yard:)
  10. Dmitry

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    And next model Blue Coast-77 for "Coste designer and partners".
    Model in scale 1:35. BC-77 готов 2 001.jpg56.jpg

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  11. Dmitry

    Dmitry New Member

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    And next my model SUNSEEKER PREDATOR 130 in scale 1:20. (2 000 mm)

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  12. JustMag

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    Absolutely amazing !!!! At least to me.......how do you make the intricate hardware so realistically????? I'm just curious:confused:
  13. Dmitry

    Dmitry New Member

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    Experience more 20 years...
  14. Dmitry

    Dmitry New Member

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    Dear freands!
    Recently my workshop was moved to Spain. Enjoying the beautiful weather I finished the next model of Explorer Yacht Sarsen. The scale of this model is 1:60, the length of the model is 116 cm. I am attaching some photos. If you want to see more photos, you can visit my new site http://shipmodels.pro/custom-models/yacht-superyacht-models/

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  15. Kevin

    Kevin YF Moderator

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    This is slightly depressing.... I build scale aircraft from a kit and they don't even look this good. o_O
  16. K1W1

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    A very nice model of a not very well thought out or arranged vessel.
  17. Norseman

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    Very nice indeed.
    I am guessing you have a 3 D printer for all the equipment and gear?
  18. Dmitry

    Dmitry New Member

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    No. I don^t have 3D printer. All detail hand-made!
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    Wow, hat off to you Sir. ;)