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Torpedo boat V108 model now available!

Now Hear This! card modeling tutorial

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ccoyle

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Excellent news!

 

If you have been wanting to try your hand at our card modeling tutorial, but have been waiting for the subject model, the German torpedo boat V108, to become available again, then you're in luck!  Roman Deytna, the owner and designer at Digital Navy, has graciously given us permission to host the V108 files here at MSW.  They can be found in the first post of Part V of the tutorial.  Thanks, Roman!

 

So, get out your craft knife and cutting mat, print those files, and get crackin' on building your own card creation!  And don't forget to start a build log!


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What is the title of the build log? I searched and could not find it.


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Never mind, did not notice the link in the post.


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Great. Would definitely like to give this a go.

Still trying to find a type of paper that is good enough to do these kind of models, but also acceptable to my printer.....

 

Jan


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