Ongoing investigation

Discussion in 'Ship & Watercraft Models' started by DN, Jan 15, 2005.

  1. silverw

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  2. DN

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    Yeah, I'm not alone.
    BTW - I met Jeff during one of the ship modelers gathering in NJ. Although he is not a card modeler, was quite interested in our ways of building models. He just became associate editor of Fine Scale Modeler 8)
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    cats

    Ignoring the moggy the model looks great what paper do you print it on ?

    barry
  4. DN

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    As usually with my test models, I'm experimenting with papers. Most of the parts were printed on Hammermill 110lb cardstock. But I've also used Epson Matte Heavyweight for some parts. It can be seen where, as those parts print with lighter shade of gray (even though it is the same gray throughout the ship). Look at boats and two directors on the bridge wings.
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    This just in. A pack of neighborhood dogs have attacke plastic models of the Akagi, Kaga and the Soryu. Damage has been extensive. Some reports indicate that they have been totally destroyed. The Arizona has been revenged. Your cat may want to consider withdrawing from the area.

    John