Three new models and a reprint!
With a little delay we have three new models and one long awaited reprint available at HMV. First we have the beautiful TS Hamburg, later renamed in Maxim Gorki. Paper modelers have waited for this model for decades. Carsten Horn took the challenge and designed this beauty. Even though TS Hamburg is his first published model he does have quite some experience in developing big ocean liners. The design was quite a lot of work and especially designing the hull and the ship's sides wasn't exactly easy. We built more than 10 test models until we were satisfied with the result. But now we have a model that in spite of the complex hull and the high level of details is not too difficult to build. It is a real specialty and a new highlight in the HMV range.
Darius Lipinski is probably known to some of you. He designed a few well knwon models some time ago for another publisher. He designed the model of the Agassiz a few years ago and redesigned it for HMV once again. The result is a fantastic model with a very high level of details. Agassiz is a lot of fun to build and our first model of the Royal Canadian Navy in our range.
The little Norwegian steamer Børøysund will be known to some of you perhaps from a visit at Flensburger-Dampf-Rundum. She is an irregular guest there. This model fits perfectly into the HMV range of museum ships. Andreas Jacobsen already worked on two models of Peter Brandt and redesigned or completed them. This is his first attempt for his own design. And he succeeded. The model defenitely earned his place in the HMV show case.
The first edition was sold in about one year. Now we have reprinted the Steve Irwin in 1/100 scale. A lot of you have waited for this reprint. Now we can offer this big scale model once again!
For Agassiz, Børøysund, and Steve Irwin the Laser Sets are available already. The Set for TS Hamburg is almost finsihed and will be available in a few days.