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Yu Gyokubun

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Friday, June 8th 2007, 8:06pm

Invincible JSC 1/400

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 12:54am

Damn, this man has really a lot of time for hobbies...

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 4:00am

Unbelievable work Yu! Hard to believe this model is in 1:400. May be you can tell a bit more about how you did some of the details? Did you make your own photo attached parts?

Thanks for showing us your master pieces,

Matthias

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 8:44am

Dear Matthias,

No I did not make any photo attached parts.
For me, the most important tool is magnifying glass made in Germany.
Magnifying glass must be made in Germany.

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 8:47am

Thanks Yu!

Nothing against German magnifying glasses, but parts of the masts look super fine. How do you cut things like that?

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Matthias

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 8:55am

Cut them out using ordinary design knife.
And the rest is practice.
HMV Ticonderoga's radar is very good material for practice that I recommend. But, please do not misunderstand I am not a sales person of HMV.


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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 9:23am

Hi Yu Gyokubun!
That's not paper, ist it?
Absolutely outstanding!!!!!
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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 11:28am

Thank you Yu!

Yes, the ship models from HMV are great kits, but looking at this I have to say that this is beyond my skills...

Thanks again. Hope you will show us more from the Ticonderoga.

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Matthias

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 12:31pm

Yu Gyokubun

I wish to say that I admire your work very much. Some of the Invicible photos look almost like the real thing.

Your airplanes are extremely well done, too. I especially liked your twin tail Bronco & P-38, but all of your model planes & ships are very attractive.

I normally do not post compliments here as there are so many talented modellers on this site and almost everyone is an expert and highly skilled. Many do amazing work, but I had to say that I liked your work a lot.

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 5:18pm

RE: Yu Gyokubun

Hi G Shoda,

Thank you for your kind words.
Taking model picture with backdrop of real sky, it sometimes look real thing.
I often go outside holding a model in one hand and stretch my arm toward the sky and take picture with camera in another hand.
I enjoy it. Seeing it, my neighbours might think I am crazy.
But, I can not stop taking picture outside.

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