USS Cole 1/350 Scale . Yep, yep, I'm back with another ship.... . Well, before I being, I would like to dedicate this build to the men and women who died in the October 12, 2000 terrorist attack on this very vessel. I salute each and everyone of them, and their dedicated service.
Now, lets see:
Nation Name: Prasad Heavy Industries (yes, a country!)
Defensive Sea Power- oh wait, hang on, I'm not in DA. Whoops.
Right, well, after releasing my carrier, I was literally overrun by a couple of comments that asked me to build a battle group with my carrier. Naturally, I declined at the beginning. But then, I realized how interesting it would be (the only one on MOCpages!) and promptly, I started work on a destroyer.
Here is a picture of the real thing, courtesy of W-i-k-i-p-e-d-i-a. And yes, I think the picture is trustworthy...
Notice how there are two shades of white as the background!
Watch the front of the ship conquer the broad waves of the cheap white foam board bought for 99 cents mighty Pacific Ocean! Yes!
Particularly pleased with how the front came out. How am I suppose to say something funny about that?
Mid-sections-ships-center-area thing. Check it out!
एच को देखो! Hehe....
Overall shot. Its over, and all. All of the over. Over+all. Over to the all power. Yeah.
Alright, serious for the moment chaps. The gun isn't, by far, my best work. Though, honestly, you try building one! Yeah. Go on now, try it.
Hmm. Well. Its a view. And its a view of this ship. Uhm, well. Bass drop!
Check this, check this, check this:
See, the garage doors do move! Never mind those two little plates nearby; its just something.....
You see, Prasad Heavy Industries is very high budget; I rented an Air Hogs helicopter to get this shot!
Wait, what is that next the ship? Must be part of leaf or something....
This picture is brought to you by the word: OHMYGOSHANOTHERSHIPPRODUCEDBYPRASADHEAVYINDSTUSTRIESLETSRUNAROUNDANDACTIMPRESSED!
Oop, the carrier rises again!
I didn't feel like finding the white sheet I used during the photo shoot of me carrier. Instead, I used the island in my kitchen. Go on, find the irony....
Yeah, it is kinda small next to the carrier. Though, you know.
I seem to have a habit of these side views. Eh. Everyone has something that sets them aside; I guess side views are mine.....
Alright, finally, one announcement to make. Would you like to know what my next SHIP will be? Well, follow the blue tinged link, here.
Thanks for watching! Bye now! See yah! Maybe later! A beintot. बाद में मिलते हैं!