Just about two months ago, we posted an article about HSPMS member Paul Reck’s work on a model of Ernest Shackleton’s Antarctic exploration ship Endurance, based on kit produced by the Spanish ship model kit maker OcCre.
Paul is building this on commission. And, while he wasn’t in any hurry to get it done, he’s already wrapped up this project in record time.
Paul chose not to build the model with sails, leaving the model with a classic “bare poled” look. He also made some small modifications to the model, based on photos he found on the Internet of the actual ship.
As Paul noted early on, this is a big model. We’re not sure where the final home is for this model, but we’re guessing that Paul’s next project is crating the model up to ship across the country.
Only time will tell what Paul’s next ship model project will be. He had good things to say about the OcCre kit, so perhaps he’ll build another one soon. But, being primarily a scratch modeler, he’ll probably be working another 1/2″ scale yacht model commission. Check back here for an update on his model work. Ω
Hi Paul, That’s really a Great looking model. It’s got to take a steady hand and lots of patience. It’s clear that you have both. Regards, Herb
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It was only about two months ago that we posted about Paul starting this kit, and here it is, already completed. Meanwhile, I’m staring at projects that have been sitting on my bench for a year or more, trying to get back to them at some point…