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 Forum: Real Designs  Topic: NS Savannah

 Post subject: Re: NS Savannah Posted: March 8th, 2021, 7:08 am 

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Quite nice, although I cannot quite follow the way you shaded her..... I'm not quite sure what you're referring to here. I used the sheer plan for the hull for the shading... https://i.imgur.com/KN1uCC1.png The contrast for the white shading doesn't really pop, but is subtle. The ship also seems to...

 Forum: Real Designs  Topic: NS Savannah

 Post subject: NS Savannah Posted: March 7th, 2021, 2:19 pm 

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I was looking at the image for the Savannah and noticed that it was too deep in the hull compared to her length, so using her booklet of plans that is posted online, I redid the artwork.

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Please feel free to give feedback and suggestions for improvement.

 Forum: Drawing Challenges  Topic: Second World War Aircraft Carrier Challenge

 Post subject: Re: Second World War Aircraft Carrier Challenge Posted: July 20th, 2020, 6:55 pm 

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Hancock-class CVL Conversion The armored cruiser Tolland was moored in Pearl Harbor on 7 December where she took two torpedoes and sunk to the bottom with her main deck exposed. She was raised and towed to the Puget Sound NSY for permanent repairs. Upon arrival it was decided to convert her to a li...

 Forum: Alternate Universe Designs  Topic: RPM™

 Post subject: Re: RPM Maritime Solutions AU Posted: February 13th, 2018, 10:26 am 

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Gawd, that thing is huge.

You might be missing tank bulkhead markings amidships, unless that is just one huge tank.

 Forum: Personal Designs  Topic: IRL Mistress-Class Nuclear ULCV

 Post subject: Re: IRL Mistress-Class Nuclear ULCV Posted: February 12th, 2018, 10:47 am 

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The sidelight has to be placed where it can be viewed from "right ahead." This would mean that you would place it where the bow starts to bend in toward the stem. This is why they are often mounted on the bridge wings. They usually have the visibility both forward and abaft the beam that is require...

 Forum: Personal Designs  Topic: IRL Mistress-Class Nuclear ULCV

 Post subject: Re: IRL Mistress-Class Nuclear ULCV Posted: February 5th, 2018, 6:51 am 

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The sidelight has to be placed where it can be viewed from "right ahead." This would mean that you would place it where the bow starts to bend in toward the stem. This is why they are often mounted on the bridge wings. They usually have the visibility both forward and abaft the beam that is required...

 Forum: Personal Designs  Topic: IRL Mistress-Class Nuclear ULCV

 Post subject: Re: IRL Mistress-Class Nuclear ULCV Posted: January 9th, 2018, 10:11 am 

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I'm not sure what the crane is for, either. I saw it on this image of OOCL Hong Kong and assumed it was important. A theme here is that I'm unsure of a lot of details, so I go to the high-res images of other ships and try to interpret those as best I can. That is probably the stores crane. It is us...

 Forum: Personal Designs  Topic: 46cm (18in) Imperial German Battleship WIP, approx 1928

 Post subject: Re: 46cm (18in) Imperial German Battleship WIP, approx 1928 Posted: January 4th, 2018, 7:52 am 

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I'd move the secondary battery mounts to amidships to move them away from the turrets. You also might want enclosed mounts to protect the crews from blast. Look at the measures that were taken by the Japanese to protect the crews on the Yamato . Even light weapons (25mm) were enclosed when she was o...

 Forum: Personal Designs  Topic: USS South Dakota (BB-49) 1936 to 1944

 Post subject: Re: USS South Dakota (BB-49) 1936 to 1944 Posted: December 13th, 2017, 8:29 pm 

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I like it

 Forum: Personal Designs  Topic: USS Washington BB-47 CV Conversion: Improved

 Post subject: Re: USS Washington BB-47 CV Conversion: Improved Posted: December 5th, 2017, 12:37 am 

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I like the look. It gives off the impression of the massiveness of a battleship conversion. A couple of comments with my opinions: You could probably make the stack smaller. The Colorado -class only had two stacks, so you could probably get away with a stack 2/3 the size of the one that you have cur...
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