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tomrommel110 Apr 2019 11:37 p.m. PST

I build the boxes for doing the moulds of the Hunt Typ II Destroyer for cruel Seas.

For more info about the mould making process go to : link

FlyXwire11 Apr 2019 6:16 a.m. PST

Tom terrific!

Guys, I received two transport ship models I'd ordered from Thomas just yesterday in the mail, and these are going to be great additions to my Cruel Seas collection. As you can see from his pictures and blog link above on making a Hunt destroyer, there's a lot of intricate parts modeling and molding involved with this custom-building.

Very impressive craftman-ship.

Lion in the Stars11 Apr 2019 8:48 p.m. PST

Awesome, Tom!

If my group gets into some flavor of coastal gaming, expect an order for some targets, erm, I mean transports from us.

GHECKO2228 Apr 2019 3:59 a.m. PST

Revell makes a destroyer in 1:240 HMS Campbelltown and a frigate in 1:250 HMS Bligh – both may be useful for Cruel Seas.

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