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Sunday, October 17, 2010

Leonardo da Vinci's Paddle Boat







Here are some images of Italeri's Leonardo da Vinci's Paddle Boat based on his drawings. This kit was originally an educational model designed to be built quickly... that is until I got a hold of it. With a bit of paint and some weathering, some wood planking, thread, cleats and a barrel it makes for quite an acceptable display piece.

12 comments:

Diego said...

Extraordinarios trabajos, le felicito

Diego

Liliana said...

Lovely....!

great work....!

=)

Warren Zoell said...

Thank you very much.

Diego said...

Warren your work is really impressive. I see we have the same tastes and interests. With respect to the videos of each model was a good idea, but has one drawback. YouTube will remove them and if you want to continually keep up to date, you must continually review and replace the ones you removed.

A greeting and a pleasure
Diego

The translation has made me Mr. Google =))
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Warren Zoell said...

Gracias por el cumplido Diago. Yo no era consciente de Youtube hizo esto. Es algo que mantener un ojo en. Gracias por el heads-up. Veo que eres un fanático Brubeck y Monk ¿alguna vez has escuchado a ninguna de Keith Jarret? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=io1o1Hwpo8Y
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Ludo Weyden said...

That's a really nice detailed model. Thanks! :)

Anonymous said...

Yeah. That's really great. Lots of originality in this model. The depth in the finish gives it a lot of character.

DAVE

Warren Zoell said...

Thanks Ludo, Thanks Dave, much appreciated.

Pat Tillett said...

I'd say you improved this model a great deal. It's pretty awesome looking. That man was something else...

Warren Zoell said...

Thanks Pat- He was a bloody genius. I read that he detested people but loved animals.

Arkonbey said...

That is sweet. I like how you used (very nice) metal effects on the drive train rather than the wood from his drawings. It really gives the vessel a nice steampunk appeal

Warren Zoell said...

Steampunk is cool. I like Dieselpunk as well.