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PaavoOsoArts

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About PaavoOsoArts

  • Birthday October 13

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  • Location
    Boise, Idaho USA
  • Interests
    CAD Boat & Yacht Design, Boatbuilding, Modeling Yachts, Nautical Art, Pen & INk,

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  1. Hi Jo, 

     

    I am new (or should I say) re-immersing myself in MSW. From what I recall, a great place to learn. I have read some comments and know reading papers over and over (especially tech manuals and my coursework), helped me to learn how to calculate hydrostatic & stability analysis on yachts & boats of normal Length Over All (LOA), and reading even instruction manuals settler in to our memories that we do pick up on as time goers by. I am certain you have advanced to a large degree since you first joined beyond what I can say I am able to create in models. I am looking for a good foreign design to work with but the search continues or my 1st build. Thank you for sharing your time and expertise. 

     

    John

     

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    Marine Design: An Imperative to Art, Design, & Engineering.

     

  2. Wonderful work you have created. Beautiful !!! "Marine Design: An Imperative to Art, Design, & Engineering."
  3. You have done quite well here. I love your work. "Marine Design: An Imperative to Art, Design, & Engineering."
  4. Hi Alan...Boise in the Treasure Valley. Love it here. For me weather is perfect. Hope to be as good as yourself one day. Thanks for your reply. "Marine Design: An Imperative to Art, Design, & Engineering."
  5. Thanks kindly MTaylor. Always appreciate a kind word. Always the best to you as you have some nice builds. "Marine Design: An Imperative to Art, Design, & Engineering."
  6. "Marine Design: An Imperative to Art, Design, & Engineering."
  7. Thank you Jeff. I appreciate your comment. I also checked out your builds and I would say you have done well, sir. Very clean and crisp work. Thanks for sharing.
  8. "Marine Design: An Imperative to Art, Design, & Engineering."
  9. Thanks there Jim Lad for such a nice welcome back, sir. I am grateful. In time I hope to learn and create a good build. Thanks again.
  10. Greetings All! I am returning to NRG and MSW from years back. I have missed my time spent conversing with experts in the model shipwright business, so I have returned for the excitement of beginning a new build. I am aspiring to build 2 vessels; first, one of my own designs (I am not a licensed NA or PE), but consider myself a designer upon studying years of boat and marine design. I am capable of drawing the Lines drawings, hydrostatic & stability analysis, scantlings, construction methods and materials, FRP design, and Interior design work. Second, I am considering a scratch build of a 20 - foot Catboat by designer Charles Wittholz, the Madam Terza. I sense since I have been out of the loupe for some time this would be an intermediate build. A challenge really. AS well, I built a full - size canoe/kayak combo with decks forward and astern and began from scratch a 20 - foot day sailor however never had the opportunity to complete. I am a former US Marine 1971-1972 who struggles at time with a spinal cord injury and PTSD. I shall not allow this to sabotage any more days and nights as it did for many years. Onward now to what I love…boats. I look forward to conversations and create some new friendships with like minded folks. Thank you for allowing me the privilege of walking with you all on this nautical journey. Feeling blessed.

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