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Part VIII: Building V108 - Miscellaneous Bits

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#21
MikeB4

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Very impressive,when I was a kid I use to make things with Index cards I wish I had the internet back then for inspiration.Good work!



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rommoz

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Great job... I will try this in the future. Thanks for the tutorial I knew card models existed, but any knowledge of what they were, how to build or even where to start were completely foreign to me

Thanks again
Joe
Current build: 1/96 Revell USS Constitution
On the shelf: 1/350 Minicraft RMS Titanic
Coming soon: Jump to Wood (Modelshipways Sultana? Suggestions for a first wood kit are appreciated)

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S.Coleman

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It has turned out well. And looks great. Thanks for the log. It was a great read.
Regards, Scott

Current build: 1:75 Friesland, Mamoli

Completed builds:
1:64 Rattlesnake, Mamoli
1:64 HMS Bounty, Mamoli
1:54 Adventure, Amati
1:80 King of the Mississippi, AL
1:64 Blue Shadow, Mamoli
1:64 Leida Dutch pleasure boat, Corel
1:60 HMS President Mantra, Sergal

Awaiting construction:
1:89 Hermione La Fayette AL
1:48 Perserverance, Modelers shipyard

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Tim C

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Very Interesting. Well Done.

 

Later Tim


Current Build -- Finishing a 1:1 House that I've been building for a while

Current Build -- Triton Cross Section


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ccoyle

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I note with interest that the V 108 kit hosted here at MSW has been downloaded over 140 times. So where are all the V 108 build logs???  :huh: 


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