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3D model of botik (boat) of Tsar Peter 1st

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I was asked to make drawings on a scale of 1:20. The full dimensions of the model 370 X 120 X 340 mm were obtained.
Only 8 sheets of A2 format in PDF format for self-printing in copy center. Preview sheets and a full-size drawing fragment for quality assessment is attached.

Who are interested - write in a personal.

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On 11/12/2017 at 10:11 AM, igorcap said:

I was asked to make drawings on a scale of 1:20. The full dimensions of the model 370 X 120 X 340 mm were obtained.
Only 8 sheets of A2 format in PDF format for self-printing in copy center. Preview sheets and a full-size drawing fragment for quality assessment is attached.

Who are interested - write in a personal.

full.jpg

A0_20_8.jpg

A0_20_7.jpg

A0_20_6.jpg

A0_20_5.jpg

A0_20_4.jpg

A0_20_3.jpg

A0_20_2.jpg

A0_20_1.jpg

Excelent rendered Igor!!! Drawings are for sale? Good Job!!

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