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Tuesday, February 19th 2008, 1:16pm

Modelik Nr.16/06, Fuyuzuki, 1:200

Viel werde ich zu diesem Bogen nicht schreiben, weil es davon eh schon eine umfangreiche Beschreibung gibt -> http://www.kartonmodellbau.net/pics/mode…_16fuyuzuki.htm

Der Druck ist auf jeden Fall sehr gut, teilweise sogar mit Schmuckfarbe (gold). Und soweit ich das bis jetzt beurteilen kann, lassen die Bauskizzen auch keine Fragen offen. Mal abgesehen von den Vorlagen für die Masten und die ganzen Tauen die dort so rumhängen - da muss man schon ordentlich hinschauen um zu erkennen, was wohin gehört.
Und jetzt Photos, Photos, Photos, ...
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Tuesday, February 19th 2008, 1:18pm

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Tuesday, February 19th 2008, 1:19pm

Und der Rest. Freue mich schon auf den Bau :yahoo: .
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Tuesday, February 19th 2008, 5:21pm

Hi Michael,

Last year I also bought Fuyuzuki's same type ship 'Akizuki'.
I want follow your build and some day build Akizuki reffering to your build.

Do you know this site?

http://steelnavy.com/Akizuki3D.htm

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Tuesday, February 19th 2008, 11:55pm

From which manufacturer is the Akizuki?


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I want follow your build and some day build Akizuki reffering to your build.

Since this will be my first ship i hope there will be something you could refer to ;) .


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Do you know this site?

http://steelnavy.com/Akizuki3D.htm

No, i didn´t know this site but a big thanks for posting it :yahoo: . I´ve allready searched for a site with grafics like this, but i haven´t found anything useful.


ps: Do you know what "Fuyuzuki" does mean?
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Wednesday, February 20th 2008, 1:55am

Hi zec,

Publisher of Akizuki is answer.

Of course I know what Fuyuzuki means since I am genuine Japanese citizen though from time to time I need Matthias's help in explaining Japanese words:D
'Fuyuzuki' means 'winter moon' and 'Akizuki' means 'autumn moon'
All Akizuki-class ship accompanied 'zuki' in thier name. Zuki means moon. But, it doesn't always mean that Japanese war ships that has 'zuki' in their name is Akizuki-class.
BTW, when moon comes first, we pronounce it as 'tsuki'
Attached is Japanese character writing both names.
Do you give me more credit on my Japanese language? :D

I think you could also refer to following sites for construction of Japanese war ship.

http://www2.odn.ne.jp/miyukikai/museum-3dCG.htm
http://www2.odn.ne.jp/miyukikai/museum-3dCG2.htm
http://www2.odn.ne.jp/miyukikai/museum-3dCG3.htm
http://www2.odn.ne.jp/miyukikai/newpage5.htm


I hope you enjoy your first ship building.
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Wednesday, February 20th 2008, 3:24pm

Dear OHI,

I am very glad to know that you like IJN ships.
It will be my pleasure if I can assist fellow modelers in any way.
Although I am building IJN ship, I am not familiar with ship's construction. I also need to collect photos, drawings, books and etc. on IJN ships. For me this is also good opportunity to get many data together.
I will post something in your thread tomorrow as a starter.

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Thursday, February 21st 2008, 12:51am

@Yu: Now that´s what i call an explanation - thank you :) . I will also browse through these links. They look quite usable.


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Do you give me more credit on my Japanese language? :D

I think yes but i also don´t know exactly what do you mean :D .


@OHI: Kein Grund sich zu entschuldigen. Es passt ja zum Thema und schlussendlich kann ich ja davon auch profitieren .
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