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May 17 2012 at 8:35 AM
Mark D. Smith  (Login ducatisscr)
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Response to Thanks mate! I'm working on the Saiun prototype in a hangar and..

...wait a second...I remember your in progress hanger pictures. Those trussed columns were beautiful.

I should do something like that...I love gossamer steel structures and once you have some decent reference photos it shouldn't be too difficult. I've built plenty of architectural models so that shouldn't be too much of a stretch.


I have often thought about doing a Shokaku dio with an A6m2b, a Kate and a Val around either an elevator or a side of the carrier. I was never able to assemble accurate enough references to really get it going. Do you have some good references? Please, let me know...I'd love to pick up on that theme.


This message has been edited by ducatisscr from IP address on May 17, 2012 9:14 AM

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