Mariquita Ship in Bottle 1:300

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Re: Mariquita Ship in Bottle 1:300

Post by popeye » Wed Jun 25, 2014 6:30 am

very well done! presentation is everything.......that bottle is absolutely perfect!

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Re: Mariquita Ship in Bottle 1:300

Post by SIBBuilder » Thu Jun 26, 2014 12:34 am

Thank you Popeye!

J- Bottling ships has become my hobby. At last count I've done over 30 and I'm still learning. I have two in the works now. One is a ghost ship similar to one I did here. http://www.siemensbottlingco.blogspot.c ... -ship.html I need to start a build log on the new one.

The other is a Queen Anne's Revenge at around 1:1200 scale. It's mostly an experimental ship in trying out techniques on extreme miniatures. I have a build log for this one on another site. I've thought about starting one here but it's so close to completion. http://modelshipworld.com/index.php?/to ... /?p=128086

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Re: Mariquita Ship in Bottle 1:300

Post by jct » Thu Jun 26, 2014 3:18 am

SIB...the Ghost ship is spectacular, great idea hiding all the electronics in the stopper, your other build on the shelf look really nice as well. I'll check out your build log on MSW as well. Thanks for sharing, your work is very impressive.
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