"Snowy Wind" - Yukikaze: Tamiya's 1/350th Scale Japanese Navy Destroyer

Myke

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Buddy this looks amazing. The layers of weathering look fantastic, even more so when I remember how small that thing is!

Congrats on a great build sir!
 

ShutterAce

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Awesome job T! That rigging really pulls it off for me. I'd give you a gold star if I had one. ;D
 

noname

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Again, great build. The detail is something else for such a small scale. And the weathering really makes it for me.
 

Glorfindel

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Amazing what a skill can bring to the table. She is breathtaking to say the least.
You are one talented artist there TRM.
 

TRM

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Thank you very much gentlemen!!! The support and encouragement throughout the whole project has been inspiring to say the least!!!! That is what make SMA a great place to hang out!!! ;)
 

Biskup

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Man this looks great. Just far in to the build that I noticed what size this ship actually is and you can't see thanks to your great work.
Cheers
 

TRM

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Thank you Lukasz!! She was a little small! LOL!! should take a scale reference shot or two as well!! Those are always fun!! ;)
 

spud

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oh damn you finished it! Sweet its looking Killer T, Congrats 8)
 

TRM

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Thanks spud!!!Kncoked out one more thi year...woo hoo!!!!

Thank you Scott!! I am pleased with the results....just happy the whole project went well and was reall fun!!! ;)
 

Chris S

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Beautiful work Bro ....Just beautiful !!!! ,the weathering looks bang on ,and the rigging is fantastic ...Hats off to you with all those little fiddly bits ,you done a first class job with them . ....Awesome ;)

Chris.
 

TRM

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Thanks a bunch Chris!!! You are very kind Sir!! ;) It was also an honor to work with you on the Hobby Link Japan Build Series. ;D
 

TRM

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LOL....Thank Erik!! Appreciate it!!! Ejoyed this build a lot!!

Thanks for the Retro-blast!!! T-Rex for breakfast dude!!! :eek: :eek: :eek:
 

TRM

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Thanks for the kind words and for stopping by Roy!!! Real fun project!! Can't wait to bite into another ship!!! ;)
 

mario50

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hi
im looking at your work thth i will definy STATE OF THE ART as it is painted weathered and off course bulded, since i seen that i brought the kit, i confess yuou , it is one week , i look the kit and i have not an idea from where to start, i m a mode;ler but my second time i model navvy , and i am wondering if u can tell me where u finded and wich kind of transfer are ther transfer that u have on the faboulus YUKIKAZE , have you put that transer in both side?where u got it?and wich name of transfer and how big i have to look to? I do not shy to tell you that i consider your self an artist , and i am very confusing to disturb you
thank you for your time
Mario
 

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