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A very impressed new member who wants to push boundaries.


Vitanaut

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Hello all,

 

It is with respect that I am joining you in order to learn more about your craft and the subject of your passion.

As an architect I believe floating structures are next in the evolution of our built environment. My life's work, is now culminating in the unusual combination of water and buildings.

 

As I learn enough to ask the right questions I am looking to find people who are willing to explore modeling things that do not yet exist. Things that float but are not ships.

(Unless I am mistaken, the largest floating objects in the world are the floating bridges of Washington State (See the SR520 and Hood Canal bridges)).

 

If you are interested in these ideas please let me know. I would like to find a way to put the skills of model ship builder to another good use.

 

Thank you for your time and attention.

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Greg

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welcome,

 

In the Netherlands they already have experience with this

Google search : drijvende huizen nederland

 

https://www.google.de/search?q=drijvende+huizen+nederland&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj13bzkq_DYAhVFSq0KHUpmCKQQsAQIOA&biw=1153&bih=483

Regards, Patrick

 

Finished :  Soleil Royal Heller 1/100   Wasa Billing Boats   Bounty Revell 1/110 plastic (semi scratch)   Pelican / Golden Hind  1/45 scratch

Current build :  Mary Rose 1/50 scratch

Gallery Revell Bounty  Pelican/Golden hind 1/45 scratch

To do Prins Willem Corel, Le Tonnant Corel, Yacht d'Oro Corel, Thermopylae Sergal 

 

Shore leave,  non ship models build logs :  

ADGZ M35 funkwagen 1/72    Einhets Pkw. Kfz.2 and 4 1/72   Autoblinda AB40 1/72   122mm A-19 & 152mm ML-20 & 12.8cm Pak.44 {K8 1/2} 1/72   10.5cm Howitzer 16 on Mark. VI(e)  Centurion Mk.1 conversion   M29 Weasel 1/72     SAM6 1/72    T26 Finland  T26 TN 1/72  Autoprotetto S37 1/72     Opel Blitz buses 1/72  Boxer and MAN trucks 1/72   Hetzer38(t) Starr 1/72    

Modern Russian vehicles 1/72

 

Si vis pacem, para bellum

 
 
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