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  • #16
    Originally posted by tifosi12 View Post
    It'd be nice if somebody could post the perfect way to attach pictures on here. Apparently I get it wrong all the time. Too many options to chose from. Please advise.
    I use a host, ImageShack. About five-bucks a month for the service (stay away from PhotoBucket... bait-and-switch thieves!!!!).

    You upload your computers pictures to the host; they assign a code that you copy and post within your forum narrative. And, the posted picture is there in the text, where you want it. That's it.
    Resident Luddite

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    • #17
      Subject: Nikko Seawolf
      Scale: 1/60 (?)
      Repainted by Andreas Forrer

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      • #18
        Subject: Nikko Seawolf
        Scale: 1/60 (?)
        Camera added by Andreas Forrer
        Category: funny

        On my second Seawolf I attached a small cube camera and run it in the same local fountain as in the picture above. My sub was approaching these two ducks who quickly took off.


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        • #19
          My kitbashed Brass Bass Steampunk sub in 1/32 scale (static display):
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          Golf II originally built by Dwayne Hill, overhauled, refit and upgraded here at the Drydocks. 1/48 scale

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          British S-Class kit from OTW in 1/32 scale:

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          German Type VII in 1/48 scale, originally built by Mike Martin, overhauled upgraded and refit by yours truly:

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          • #20
            Subject: USS Cod
            Class: Gato
            Scale: 1/64
            Builder: Bob Gaito
            Scratch Built from Taubman plans (material- polyester GRP)
            Photo-Bob Gaito

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            Last edited by Bob Gato; 01-20-2023, 10:38 AM.

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            • #21
              Subject: Revell Skipjack
              Class: Skipjack
              Scale: 1/72
              Builder: David Merriman hull, Finished by Tom Chalfant
              WTC: 3D printed WTC with Piston ballast system - by Tom Chalfant
              Photo-Tom Chalfant

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              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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              • #22
                Subject: ThunderTiger Neptune
                Class: No class at all.
                Scale: 1/24?
                Builder: China, then some unknown dude. then me (Jason)
                WTC: modified Original WTC.
                Nothing all that special, just thought it was a nice photo of deep pool exploration.

                Jason.


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