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Trumpeter VIIc 1:48 (static)

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  • Got the hull together and the lights in place.....
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    • Fantastic !!!!!!

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      • Outstanding sir!
        If you can cut, drill, saw, hit things and swear a lot, you're well on the way to building a working model sub.

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        • Wow love it will have to go back and study each page
          Thank you
          Bill

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          • Air induction mast - designed by me and then 3D-printed by shapeways. I like those little acessories. And I made some progress with the stern dive planes and ruudders. Still allot to do.....

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            • Lots of brass on the boat. And there will be more...

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              • Great......

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                • The 8,8 cm deck gun for my 1/48 Trumpeter VIIc. A highly detailed kit from Eduard. Highly recommended...

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                  • Beautiful, sir....I bought the Eduard's gun too....

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                    • I added lots of details to the hatches of the conning tower and sail of my Trumpeter VIIc sub. Looks much better now...

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                      • Kit: coil spring too large -> made custom ones
                        hand wheels to tiny -> cannibalized the hand wheels of the kit's 8,8 which I don't need anymore.

                        Now the hatches look decent.

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                        • Much better !!!

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                          • First layers of wahthering for the 8,8 cm deck gun using filters.....

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                            • Beautiful! I love this build.

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                              • Continuing weathering: Black and grey washes...

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