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PostPosted: Fri Aug 21, 2020 10:36 pm 
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Radetzky Class Preliminary Project D

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KuK 1905 Armoured Cruiser Project A

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I really appreciate your devotion to building these project ships because seeing them in full three dimensions is so much more illuminating than just seeing drawings. There were so many bizarre ideas during the explosion of technology that took place around 1900 and these ships are perfect examples of that.

It constantly amazes me how you can build at such a fine level so quickly.

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spejic wrote:
I really appreciate your devotion to building these project ships because seeing them in full three dimensions is so much more illuminating than just seeing drawings. There were so many bizarre ideas during the explosion of technology that took place around 1900 and these ships are perfect examples of that.

It constantly amazes me how you can build at such a fine level so quickly.



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clever interpretation of the onward progress of KuK design . !

WELL DONE !

I would like to see some photos from waterline level and also some close-ups!

I was always fond of the Radeztky class !

I built this model of SMS Radeztky back in 1999 (!!! ) using the WSW kit ....

http://www.modelwarships.com/reviews/sh ... etzky.html

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2020 9:05 pm 
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JIM BAUMANN wrote:
clever interpretation of the onward progress of KuK design . !

WELL DONE !

I would like to see some photos from waterline level and also some close-ups!

I was always fond of the Radeztky class !

I built this model of SMS Radeztky back in 1999 (!!! ) using the WSW kit ....

http://www.modelwarships.com/reviews/sh ... etzky.html

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The model you made has always been my teacher.

My model can't compare with yours in detail. I made too quick

I would like to build my favorite hull, get the freedom of subject matter


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