We if this isn’t a tranquil scene, I don’t know what it. According to builder Disco86 there are a lot of accurate details if you know anything about yachts. I’ll tell you truthfully, I don’t know anything about yachts. But I don’t need that bit of knowledge to appreciate what a lovely creation this is, in a lovely setting, that’s making me just a little jealous of those little dudes in the dingy.
I don't fish, or at least I haven't since I was a child. I also don't do boats, unless it's a Disney cruise ship. I also don't eat much fish (but I do enjoy a good fish & chips). So I'm at a loss to explain why I love this little fishing boat by builder Know Your Pieces. Perhaps it's because of the splendid color scheme and building techniques. Or maybe because it's built out of my favorite toy, I just don't know.
The ship in this diorama by builder Kloou is lovely, and deserving of attention. But really I can't stop looking at the water. This looks incredibly tedious, fragile, frustrating, time consuming and maddening, not to mention the part count. It also looks absolutely marvelous, and is worth all the heartache (easy for me to say, I didn't have to build it).
No, not that Saturn, this one, the steam powered tug. It was the last one to see active duty in Germany until 1979, and now it's been artfully recreated by builder koffiemoc. The real Saturn has been restored and is residing in the Rostock Shipping Museum. This brick-built one is so well done it deserves a place right by it's side.
I've always been a fan of Gamera. We watched Toho movies every Saturday they were on, and it was the first ever episode of MST3K I saw. So this MOC by P. B. instantly caught my eye. It's whimsical, funny, and also part of that MOCpages contest I have no time to research, so you'll have to fill in the blanks yourself.
For as long as humans have been traveling by sea we've been afraid if it. Something about those mysterious depths, unseen creatures and the inability to breath underwater has kept us just a little on edge. And while there's no documented proof of creatures like this one by W. Navarre, stories have been shared for centuries, making you wonder.