Inside the Hangar Deck. The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum. Hell’s Kitchen. The hangar deck is massive (think shopping mall). It sits below the flight deck and served as a ‘garage’ for the Intrepid’s aircraft. These days, it serves as a comfortable place to check out endless exhibits away from the heat, cold, rain, snow, (you name it), on the flight deck. (No complaints the day I visited the museum, the weather was NYC perfect). As you walk the museum, it’s hard to believe that everything you see is in the hull of a huge ship on the Hudson.
© wapa - mix function building - katowice, poland - 2010
The woods are now built. They took a while longer than expected, the mould lines were quite bad on them, but they’re all sorted now. Unfortunately I’m out of Chaos Black spray so have to wait to Wednesday to do any more on them (silly GW five day opening).
Time to move on to other parts of the project.
Description: Most of the water is dry now and I’m pretty happy with the result. I will ad another layer for a deeper look. #tabletop #warhammer #warhammer40k #thehobbit #lotr #hdr #gamesworkshop #nerd #miniatures #wargame
Author: btusche on Instagram
Date: August 24, 2014 at 06:05PM
Heldrake (conversion by Jojo).
Hawker Sea Fury
Always reblog Sea Fury
Always reblog women in functional armor.
Always reblog Griffin
Miniatures / Miniatyrer / Daisy & Carl