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Saturday, March 10th 2012, 6:18pm

IJN URANAMI Japanese destroyer Fubuki class - MODEL HOBBY POLAND

Hi all, in my next relationship. I would like to present my next model IJN URANAMI Japanese destroyer Fubuki class,I chose this model because of its good development and large number of additives which offers us the publisher. I apply it during the construction of the model. Historical skip to interested model shows a replica of the units in December 1941 with Destroyer Squadron 19go.

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Part 1 FRAME

The construction started with the skeleton stiffening elements on thin paper to cardboard thickness of 1 mm, in their models only used cardboard beer because it is easy to work with a saturated Super Glue becomes very stiff and it is easier to derive the edges with sandpaper. When you cut a whole and several pasowaniach glue together all together. See the photos.



I glued ..... then cut the deck and hull to check his fold, so far no COMMENTS



at the end .... and somehow I decided to fill hard-ship, so pasted two pins so that the model did not fly on the stand but more on that later ...





Feel free to comment and evaluate my work!

C.D.N



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Friday, March 23rd 2012, 12:18pm

Hi all

Part 2 bottom of the ship

I started work on the bottom plating of the destroyer, according to the taping instructions first plating bar in the middle of the skeleton. From this activity depended on whether the entire hull will be well done, the author proposes the implementation of the shell alternately ie one piece in the direction of the bow then one piece toward the stern, and so for a change. I decided to go in the direction of the bow and stern address.



Stern longship was a very difficult element is mounted on the bar segments to better build their thatch.




To sum up some items I could have done better, but overall I'm happy with the resulting effect and with the same model. Sheathing is perfectly fitting, and so far the model is not caused me too many problems but this is only the beginning. At the moment I leave the hull on its side and begin to work on the construction of the superstructure is due to a high percentage of work trips.



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Tuesday, September 25th 2012, 5:15am

Being wa-ay too involved in IJN Destroyers, I will be watching this one with great interest. I have it as issued by Michael Krol of GreMir Models. A much safer way for ham fisted me to purchase a kit, I can print out as many copies as I need to get over errors. ;) :D
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