evadam | 2018 January
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January, 2018

  • 28 January 2018

    Today I opened the parcel wich was delivered recently.┬á It included tiny etched parts for my vessels. An hour ago I’ve finally sent the file with decals to the printing house. It’s time to come back to hulls and quarterdecks and bridges.

  • 15 January 2018
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    I’ve finished it fifteen minutes before the deadline. I did my very best to complete Gandalf’s figure on time. I’m happy it’s over. Now it’s time get back to my ships ­čśÇ

  • 11 January 2018
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    Time is running out, thus today’s post will be really short. The ground is shaped and painted. I used Woodland acrylics. Some small parts are already placed.

  • New Year I started with small but a bit complicated project for one of my clients, who is crazy about Tolkien. Bilbo Baggin’s house is the main element of this small diorama. I made the fronts of Hobbit’s houses and cast them in resin so the doors may be optionaly opened. Those of you who would like to buy this set, please drop […]

  • “Frenchmen” – it’s a colloquial name of five classic tramp steamers bought in French shipyard Chantiers Navals Fran├žais by Polish Merchant Navy in 1927. They served luckily before and during the II WW with one exception. S/s “Toru┼ä” was scuttled and in Gdynia in 1939 and after the Polish campaign used by the Germans. After the war she happily returned to Poland. Over […]

  • One of my favourite Polish pre war ships. Built in 1936, she entered the service the same year. Lost in tragic circumstances in Oksywie naval base during the first aerial attack on september the 1st. Direct hit of 250kg bomb near the funnel killed 16 men and sunk the ship instantly. The quarterdeck needs some work, but the basic framework is done. […]