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Shimakaze Tamiya 1/700 game camo

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Hello everyone,

This is new Tamiya 1/700 shimakaze with in-game camo. Since I have a newborn baby, painting with spray and compressor is not an available choice for me. To enjoy simple modeling, I also avoided most photo-etching parts except railings. 

I added some AR effects on photos for fun.

I highly recommended this kit to those who are interested in building a ship model, no matter you are an experienced player or an amateur. 

 

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HOLY COW that's tiny!

I thought it was pretty big until you showed in next to the glue bottle and tweezers!

GJ!

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I like Tamiya models. One of my uncles gave me New Jersey,  Tirpitz, and Enterprise. But holy hell I did not realize that the model was THAT small.

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This is extremely well done for such a small model. Very impressive.

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WoW, Really nice job all round on the Shima. Weathering effects are cool.  Tamiya, Dragon and Ming bring out some really
good detailed models, these days. I myself am a scale model enthusiast. I was more into the 1.35th armoured vehicle side
of the hobby, when I was building them. Keep up the good work  :Smile_honoring:

 

 

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Well done, and thanks for sharing! That’s super detailed for such a small model. And the effects are a nice touch too.

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11 hours ago, RighteousRhyno said:

I like Tamiya models. One of my uncles gave me New Jersey,  Tirpitz, and Enterprise. But holy hell I did not realize that the model was THAT small.

Those 1/350 kits are developed decades ago, so they are a little bit out of date nowadays.  If you like Tamiya model, new 1/350 Yamato is the decisive kit :)

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10 hours ago, Crusin_Custard said:

WoW, Really nice job all round on the Shima. Weathering effects are cool.  Tamiya, Dragon and Ming bring out some really
good detailed models, these days. I myself am a scale model enthusiast. I was more into the 1.35th armoured vehicle side
of the hobby, when I was building them. Keep up the good work  :Smile_honoring:

 

 

Thank you bro :) Also try Trumpeter, they also released some interesting armor kits.

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Wow. Impressive!

I really envy modelers who have these kinds of mad skills. My models look like they were built and painted by a 3-year old in comparison.

Thanks for sharing. I love these kinds of projects!

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Very nicely done!! Your pe work is impeccable and the rigging is very well done as well as your extra added details such. The weathering is quite nice as well. 

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