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  • Birthday 10/26/1957

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  1. Thanks for taking the time to look, I've got an idea my boss has some of those in her Xmas cupboard.
  2. They are all individually controllable so maybe I will try it in the dark.
  3. Hi all well I still thought the sub was a little over scale so I've cut it down as much as I can, I've also added 2 more and added a bit more superstructure. I was thinking of adding another light, do you think that would be too much.
  4. It's a converted book light.
  5. Hi all, well apart from the Oerlikons all the deck furniture is done, i think, hope?
  6. Hi all well I've got lighting that seems more right scale wise, got another one of these to convert and ordered 2 more slightly different (just for variety) to add.
  7. Hi Ben I have some grainy stills of it (not many and nowhere near clear enough)
  8. Hi all built some more of the superstructure and added some more damage to the decking I know there is no debris from the wreck in the immediate area but I'm sorely tempted to use some artistic licence and add some.
  9. Hi all nearing the end now ( I say that hopefully) As is now With all the PE on the decks
  10. Hi all a bit more weathering on this Anyone see the tiny little sea anemone
  11. Hi all added some damage to the superstructure Trouble with doing a wreck is now I have to find out what the inside of that turret that's had the armour blown off looks like.
  12. Hi all started weathering the deck. Must say I'm a bit disappointed Tamiya don't supply and decals with this kit
  13. Hi all another small update
  14. Hi all well I thought I could use this as the submersible used to light and film her, unfortunately it is totally out of scale so i will have to find something else, although I see that the effect will work quite well.

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