I just saw the video you made of your Kaga build. Great job on both! The IJN march really captures the essence of the time in which the Kaga existed and the build turned out very nicely. I don't think I've ever seen any of your work before, but the package you put together is impressive, to say the least.
I Totally Thank you for this SUPER Comment. This really cheers me up and Excites me to Always do my best and Help out others who ask!!!
I am proud of what I have done and MayBe because of this 'Crisis' we have All been under it just sharpens my skills, though jobless.
But I also like to credit those who also helped e along!! There has been So Many that help me on my builds, I ALWAYS Credit them as well, in my 'Description' on YT as well as on My end credits after the video produced!!
It Takes Much practice AND Patience!!! There were a few times I had to stop and Ask other modelers here for assistance....Which I'm Totally Grateful!!
As far as my Next build... it is a commission build... building a cruiser, which I have Zero knowledge about such ships...esp. in Vietnam-era. But Again, I got some help with her on the 'other side' ( another website that many of us have gone to/post images on ).
And To be Very Honest.... I spend A LOT of time researching.... hist of ship, colors, placement of flags/equipment. And more importantly... the Men (and Women) who sail these ships!! The GALVESTON is for a Vietnam Vet...I giving it All I got into This build, nothing Too fancy the PE will do its justice, but I've been thinking of doing my 1st .... Diorama, sea-based!!! Wish me luck on That!!!! That will be a First-Time!!
Hey Mario, thank you for sharing with us.
No BS but I think you've just knocked off Hanks and his Greyhound movie! Who knows where this could take off for you.. You guys might end up working with Hollywood and Scarlett Johansson!
In relation to your IJN Kaga I can't believe you've managed to make the aircraft so realistic especially at 1/700 scale. Those propellers, rigging, authentic IJN Colours etc.
You should be proud.
What's your next build project?