WWII naval history buff. Axis & Allies fan. Computer programmer, 3D modeler, amateur painter and artist. I do not do custom work.

Yamato battleship available in 1942 and 1945 versions, in all my usual scales at my store: https://www.shapeways.com/shops/ebardmodels -- and here's the 1945 version in 1/1800 scale: http://shpws.me/QReh
Blohm & Voss BV138 seaplane available for Axis & Allies.
Royal Navy Revenge class battleships available in all normal scales in as-built and 1943 configurations.
Japanese battlecruiser Amagi (as-built and post-refit) and light cruiser Agano now available in all normal scales.
Just added Focke-Wulf FW 200 Condor and Dornier Do 24 aircraft for Axis & Allies.
Now available: Gloster Meteor, TBD Devestator, SOC Seagull, Mitsubishi F1M "Pete", and revised high-detail Type XXI sub for Axis & Allies. Also Takao cruiser in all normal scales.
US Iowa and Montana class battleships now available in all normal scales.
New Mexico BB, Ise BB, and Ise BB-CV hybrid now available in all normal scales.
Get ready to dogfight! New P-51, MiG-15, and Horton Ho 229 models now available in Axis & Allies board game scale. Any interest in these models in other scales? Also a nuclear reactor factory is available for A&A.
USN Cleveland CL and Independence CVL now available in all normal scales.
Very high detail SBD Dauntless (Axis & Allies game sized) now available. Also the planned but never built Lexington class battlecruisers in 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s versions (available in all normal scales).
Many new French, British, and German WWII ships uploaded in past month: Bismarck, Graf Spee, Dunkerque, Richelieu ('40, '44), Algerie, La Galissonniere, Eagle, Hermes, Illustrious, Implacable, Nelson, York, Leander, and Taiho.
EBard commented on USN Flying Deck Cruiser by EBard
December 24, 2016
USN Flying Deck Cruiser
EBard @KOOLHOVEN Thanks! This particular model is sized to match the Axis & Allies board game pieces, so it doesn't correspond to any scale; the length/width/height are not proportional. But I do offer it in 1/1800, 1/2400, and 1/4800 scales in my shop and could provide other scales upon request.
The Italians are here! Littorio (BB), Andrea Doria (BB), Conti de Cavour (BB), Zara (CA), and Condottieri (Duca degli Abruzzi - CL) now available in all my standard scales.
Resized my Axis & Allies battleships and cruisers so that they exactly match the sizes of the original game pieces. Long overdue! Also cleaned up my store, removing the old low quality pieces.
Soviet Kotlin destroyers available in 1/1800 FUD. WWII USN Flying Deck Cruiser available in 1/4800 and Axis & Allies scales.
EBard commented on OS2U Kingfisher x9 1/600 by EBard
November 4, 2016
OS2U Kingfisher x9 1/600
EBard @donmuerto Sure, that's easy enough to do! https://www.shapeways.com/product/6FJZEASKG/f4f-wildcat-1-600-x9
Akagi, Kaga, Soryu, Hiryu, Shokaku, Kongo, and Tone now available in 1/2400 scale (WSF + FUD).
EBard commented on USN Guppy III sub 1/2400 x3 by EBard
October 1, 2016
USN Guppy III sub 1/2400 x3
EBard @SeaNSky Here you go, Guppy III 1/700 scale FUD: https://www.shapeways.com/product/Q4ETTU5N8/guppy-iii-1-700
EBard @KOOLHOVEN Here is a set of Guppy IIIs in 1/3000: https://www.shapeways.com/product/ZV4NEFZEN/usn-guppy-iii-sub-1-3000-x3
USN cruisers now available in Axis & Allies scale. USN North Carolina class redone. IJN Tone class updated. USN destroyers (Mahan, Gridley, Benham) now available in 1/4800, 1/2400, 1/1800.
Pensacola, Northampton, Portland, and New Orleans class US cruisers now available in 1/4800, 1/2400, and 1/1800 scales!
EBard commented on Soviet Foxtrot sub 1/2400 x3 by EBard
September 5, 2015
Soviet Foxtrot sub 1/2400 x3
EBard @Jnightfall Here you go: https://www.shapeways.com/product/M4ALSAMJB/foxtrot-1-1800-x2
EBard commented on F-22 Raptor x9 1/700 by EBard
March 15, 2015
F-22 Raptor x9 1/700
EBard @mason926 Actually Shapeways has a pretty nice system, they tell me what it will cost them to produce the model and then I add my profit on top of their cost, so I can make the models as expensive or cheap as I want. Since this is just a hobby for me, I keep my profits low so that more people can enjoy my models. As for this particular model, it looks like the price jumped up back in October when Shapeways instituted the new pricing structure for WSF. I've shrunk the cage surrounding the planes and that reduced the price by about a third, but that's about all I can do without completely redoing the cage from scratch.
EBard @mason926 I agree with you, that price doesn't seem right. Only $1 of it is my profit, rest is Shapeway's "machine volume fee". I'll look into this and see what's going on. Maybe there is a stray shell way off to the side of the model or something.


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