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_thomasbutler_Mon Mar-13-17 07:49 AM
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#9343, "1:700 Academy RMS Titanic"


          

Just made this.... Sorry about the low quality, the photo was taken on my MacBook Air.

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lauraoonaeemeliFri Mar-17-17 12:36 PM
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#9388, "RE: 1:700 Academy RMS Titanic"
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Hi and welcome aboard. First, if you would, sign your real name after end of each message. It's kind of a rule here. People doesn't usually comment anything, unless you tell who you are. So what's your name, how long have you built models, how long did it take you to built this model ? It also might be wise to take more pictures little bit closer, rather than given whole ship views and even twice. It's hard for people to comment your modeling skills if you don't have close up shots of your built. But from that distance, it looks you've done a good job. Keep in mind that i only say this, cause I've made the same mistakes myself and i only said this,cause someone would have eventually said the same.

Sauli Palokangas

  

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Art BraunschweigerFri Mar-17-17 03:02 PM
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#9389, "RE: 1:700 Academy RMS Titanic"
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Looks like a very clean build. Would like to see some better pics.

By the way, when you use the Upload Photos window, there's a box to check so the images display in your post.

Art Braunschweiger
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_thomasbutler_Fri Mar-17-17 08:54 PM
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#9391, "RE: 1:700 Academy RMS Titanic"
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>Looks like a very clean build. Would like to see some better
>pics.
>
>By the way, when you use the Upload Photos window, there's a
>box to check so the images display in your post.
>
>Art Braunschweiger
>TRMA Trustee

Thanks! I'm trying to get the ones on my phone up here, but they're all too big. Also, I'm going to be doing the physical aspect of the Titanic Sinking for school as a project, and I'm going to paint it with some of your customs. Thanks!

-Thomas Butler

  

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_thomasbutler_Fri Mar-17-17 08:53 PM
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#9390, "RE: 1:700 Academy RMS Titanic"
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>Hi and welcome aboard. First, if you would, sign your real
>name after end of each message. It's kind of a rule here.
>People doesn't usually comment anything, unless you tell who
>you are. So what's your name, how long have you built models,
>how long did it take you to built this model ? It also might
>be wise to take more pictures little bit closer, rather than
>given whole ship views and even twice. It's hard for people to
>comment your modeling skills if you don't have close up shots
>of your built. But from that distance, it looks you've done a
>good job. Keep in mind that i only say this, cause I've made
>the same mistakes myself and i only said this,cause someone
>would have eventually said the same.

Sorry. I'm new, so I don't know a lot. But, is there a way I can upload higher-quality photos, and not exceed the limit? I have some really god ones on my phone, but they're all too big.

-Thomas Butler

  

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