Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

12 tiny models of different military vehicles that look extremely realistic.

Realistic Small-Scale Art

1. Sopwith Camel F.1

A kit consists of a set of laths for the wings and fuselage, ribs cut by laser and a bunch of metal of very poor quality. It also contains the instructions describing the process of assembly, detailed images and a set of drawings made in 1:1 scale.

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

2. Vasa, 1:75 Corel

The Vasa is a royal Swedish vessel built at the Stockholm shipyard by the order of Swedish King Gustav. It was supposed to be the flagship of the Royal Navy. At that time it was the largest and the most beautiful ship (not only in Sweden). Allies and enemies waited for its appearance. More than 60 meters in length and 50 in height. 64 heavy guns. Several hundred gold-plated and painted figures aboard…

It was launched on August 10, 1628. With all the honors, orchestras and thousands of gapers. A was a majestic sight!
The ship departed from the pier and headed for the exit of the bay. Having sailed 1300 meters, it caught a slight gust of wind and heeled over. The open gun ports were quickly filled with water. The ship failed to stand on an even keel… It sank almost immediately.
Can you imagine the king’s feelings at that moment?

330 years later the ship was lifted from the seabed and restored.

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

3. Lancaster B Mk III Dambusters, 1:72 Hasegawa

68 years ago, on the night of the 17th / 18th of May, legendary Operation Chastise was carried out to destroy the German dams. We think this story known to all of you as it was described in many books, programs and movies.

The model itself is fairly good. It was assembled without any special modifications.

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

Realistic Small-Scale Art

13 thoughts on “Realistic Small-Scale Art”

  1. A. Bunka here. When in Moscow visit the “Cosmonaut Memorial Museum” they have a very intense model store in there, doubly so if you,re into jets.

  2. Wow, these are awesome. I especially like the BAT-M and how it has a well worn look about it. Great Post, Thanks Guys!

  3. “Center of gravity” was unfortunately unknown to Swedish king and he ordered one deck more to be built against the will of the designers.

    Us Finns have been laughing on this since then. 😉

    A kind of shame as it was very beautiful ship.

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