GALLERY of finished works

A portfolio for a sailboat model is the best way to increase the conversion of your product. Quality photos, if not completely solve the problem of lack of physical contact with the product, but provide the most complete and reliable idea of its quality. With professional photos, the client does not need to spend time to clarify the details. Reducing decision-making time is a very important factor today.

Photo content is your face. The way the material is presented on the website or in printing, characterizes the attitude towards the consumer, and it is always felt. Poor image quality or lack of photos is questionable in quality. It's like a candy wrapper, which we want to buy at first glance, and in its absence - there are doubts ...

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    #1 Galleon San Giovanni Batista (1668)

    Scale: M 1:50;
    Size: 780x650x320 mm;
    Material: wood

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    #2 Section of the galleon of the XVII century - main mast

    Scale: M 1:50;
    Size: 750x320x120 mm;
    Material: wood

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    #3 St. Gabriel (1728)

    Scale М1:72;
    Size: 350x300x150 mm (without showcase);
    Material: wood, textiles, brass

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    #4 H.M.A.V.BOUNTY (1787)

    Scale М1:45;
    Size: 960x380x820 mm;
    Material: wood, textiles, brass

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    #5 H.M.S.VICTORY (1765)

    Scale: M 1:84; Size: 1250x450x960 mm (height with stand); Material: wood, textiles, brass

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    #6 Schooner Columbia (1923)

    Scale: M 1:640;
    Size: 220x130x100 mm;
    Material: wood, glass, textiles

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    #7 French clinker lifeboat

    Scale: M 1:48;
    Size: 130x38x22 mm (without stand);
    Material: wood, textiles, brass

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    #8 Pinky Schooner GLAD TIDINGS (1937)

    Scale: M 1:24; Size: 770x640x15o mm (with stand);
    Material: wood, textiles, brass, copper

© Olha Batchvarov (USA, Connecticut, New London)