1:400 JSC Yamato

Discussion in 'Ship & Watercraft Models' started by Andrew Austin, Apr 21, 2007.

  1. atamjeet

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    awesome... too good.... i wd like to know the actual size of ur model in inches.... i think i shd give it a try too.. from where did u downloaded this? is it free?
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    awesome... too good.... i wd like to know the actual size of ur model in inches.... i think i shd give it a try too.. from where did u downloaded this? is it free?
  3. chapuzas100

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    Great work. A question, you have had problems with the pieces for the length overall of the boat?
  4. chapuzas100

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    Great work. A question, you have had problems with the pieces for the length overall of the boat?
  5. rlwhitt

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    Outstanding! This looks as good as most people's 1:200 work - Kudos!

    Rick
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    Outstanding! This looks as good as most people's 1:200 work - Kudos!

    Rick
  7. Teamski

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    I will try that out, thanks! Excellent idea. The more you show the model, the better it looks!

    -Ski
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    I will try that out, thanks! Excellent idea. The more you show the model, the better it looks!

    -Ski
  9. Jim Krauzlis

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    What a superbly done model, Andrew! It's such a neat and clean build. I love the way your barrels came out, they are very well done! Brilliant craftsmanship! And at 1:400 scale! Amazing!!

    I appreciate your posting many photos, there is a whole lot of this model to see. Thank you for sharing photos of this beautiful build with us.

    What's next?

    Cheers!
    Jim
  10. Jim Krauzlis

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    What a superbly done model, Andrew! It's such a neat and clean build. I love the way your barrels came out, they are very well done! Brilliant craftsmanship! And at 1:400 scale! Amazing!!

    I appreciate your posting many photos, there is a whole lot of this model to see. Thank you for sharing photos of this beautiful build with us.

    What's next?

    Cheers!
    Jim
  11. rkelterer

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    impressive - very impressive ! and very nice pictures of a clean built.

    greetings from austria
    raimund
  12. rkelterer

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    impressive - very impressive ! and very nice pictures of a clean built.

    greetings from austria
    raimund
  13. Gregory Shoda

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    I'm impressed! Looks like the model would be very challenging to build. Good work!
  14. Gregory Shoda

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    I'm impressed! Looks like the model would be very challenging to build. Good work!
  15. Andrew Austin

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    Hi,

    Thanks for you comments - they are much appreciated.

    The model is 66 cm (2' 2" long). As the formers are not reinforced, I thought there was the possibility of some warping, but this fear turned out to be unfounded, as the triangular centre held everything rigid.

    I have just started another model, the HMS Prince of Wales (http://www.cardmodels.net/forum/showthread.php?t=8149).

    Regards,

    Andrew
  16. Andrew Austin

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    Hi,

    Thanks for you comments - they are much appreciated.

    The model is 66 cm (2' 2" long). As the formers are not reinforced, I thought there was the possibility of some warping, but this fear turned out to be unfounded, as the triangular centre held everything rigid.

    I have just started another model, the HMS Prince of Wales (http://www.cardmodels.net/forum/showthread.php?t=8149).

    Regards,

    Andrew