U-Boat Type VII C 1/72 Scale

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by kooklik, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. Lex

    Lex Dollmaker

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    This is the skill of an expert!! I'm sure the word "marvellous" has been used a lot already :D
  2. yaniv

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    icant bilive it

    its looks more than real :)
  3. kooklik

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  4. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

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    are we soon to finsh it :)

    I WHANT IT AND I WHANT IT NOW :p
  5. Clashster

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    Looking great! I have really enjoyed following this thread! Thanks!

    Chris
  6. kooklik

    kooklik Member

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    Hi All
    Thanks for following my thread. For me too , I enjoy to share the project progression to all.
    Here is my last update progress. Hull plating not finished yet. But I want to check the after torpedo tube is well fit or not. Yep it seems ok. Hope it would well fit to hull plate too.

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  7. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

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    i realy dont know what is more perfect

    your design work
    or your built work
  8. jparenti

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    I'm looking forward to this. I have a plastic VII C, but it doesn't hold a candle to what I see here!
    Good work!
  9. Rick Thomson

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    That is one sharp looking piece of kit. I may just have to try my hand at shipbuilding when you make it available.
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    This is just astounding! Excellant design work, and building too, very very nice!
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  12. eatcrow2

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    Amazing work!!!! Really fun following this thread.
  13. cgutzmer

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    WOW! That is looking awesome :)
    Chris
  14. barry

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    uboat

    In as much as you can describe a U boat as beautiful, this one is !!!
  15. yaniv

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    no word

    just no word
  16. barry

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    Hi Kooklik

    I notice in your drawings you are showing the thickness of the cardboard frame is this part of of Rhino or your own modification ?

    regards
  17. kooklik

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    Hi Barry
    It's a part of Rhino's feature. In any view u can transfer to be 2D Drawing
    by --> Analyze/Make 2-D Drawing
  18. cmdrted

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    Kooklik, I can't tell you how extraordinary this is. When it is done count me in for any building and or sales if you are going to release it! Beautiful work!
  19. Gil

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    Attention to Detail...,

    Kooklik,

    Your work is admirable..., Your careful attention to the lines of the hull and fit of the hull skin is really in the realm of art. First class work!

    Best regards,

    -Gil
  20. kooklik

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    Thank you Gil
    Yr and all members' feed backs are supporting me to do best for this project.
    :grin: