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Japanese BI I-25 in 1/72

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  • Sinksalot
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    Originally posted by Turbobearcat View Post
    After being gone for years I come back and I found this old kit- I also found 3D printed "upgrades" to make this kit closer to what it should be in real life so what Size WTC should I be looking at?
    What did you find and were? Did someone make a 3d printed Bow for it?

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  • Turbobearcat
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    After being gone for years I come back and I found this old kit- I also found 3D printed "upgrades" to make this kit closer to what it should be in real life so what Size WTC should I be looking at?

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  • Reckless
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    yeah I've seen the SS gosunda on 4 forums now ;) still fun to see

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  • oztruck
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    Dats da1.LOL

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  • Capt_Christo
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    Is that the boat that sinks and re-floats itself? If so I have seen it before somewhere.

    Cheers

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  • oztruck
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    Here ya go a sinking "target"




    Cheers Chris
    Last edited by oztruck; 04-24-2012, 08:59 AM. Reason: 4gotdaphoto.

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  • Capt_Christo
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    Hey Chris,

    When are you going to install some of Dave's torps so you can sink those targets? See you at the next Sub
    Con in Canberra?

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  • oztruck
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    Had an other play with the B1 and the Caswell waterproof video camera.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dsedn...ature=youtu.be

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  • oztruck
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    It's getting there. Keep up the good work.

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  • Shipwreckhunter
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    Looking good.. Here are the latest pictures of the I-52 that I am working on... Still lacking detail work... Click image for larger version

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  • Capt_Christo
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    Originally posted by he who shall not be named View Post
    if things slack off a bit around here i would like to finish that bow master for the thing.
    yes please

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  • modelnut
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    OK. I see it now. You left it as is.





    Still looks good!

    - Leelan

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  • modelnut
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    Chris,

    I don't remember seeing how you dealt with the kit's incorrect keel. What did you do? Takes steps? Or leave it as you found it?

    - Leelan

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  • Subculture
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    On many of the 808 keyfob cams you can switch the time and date off altogether. I bet you could do that too on this camera with a firmware update- I wonder if the manufacturer supply one?

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  • oztruck
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    I use a video editing software "Ulead Video Studio". Had it for years and is easy to use.

    When I get time I will try and work out how to change the time and date stamp.

    The boat handles and responds very well. It makes me look better than I am.

    Cheers Chris

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