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GarethDavies1
Post subject: Re: MV AsterixPosted: January 17th, 2021, 7:07 pm
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Some more edits. I've probably over done it now with the shading as I'm stuck with between having less or having more!!

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Thanks for all the feedback. Please keep it coming.


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Rainmaker
Post subject: Re: MV AsterixPosted: January 19th, 2021, 12:03 am
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Really fantastic - this has come a long way since your first iteration. As far as your concerns over shading - to the contrary, I can't help but think that it could benefit from some additional shading in specific areas such as the bottom of the hull which is looking rather "one dimensional" at present.

In terms of minor details, one additional thing that I've noticed is that the RAS control station amidships has small, upward-facing windows on the corners of the octagonal structure as you can see in these images.

Keep up the good work, I think she's looking just about finished!


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Post subject: Re: MV AsterixPosted: January 19th, 2021, 12:33 am
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Great work!!

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GarethDavies1
Post subject: Re: MV AsterixPosted: January 23rd, 2021, 12:31 am
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Shading to the hull and some amendments and fine details added pretty much every where. Including an extra radar set on top of the bridge.


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Rainmaker
Post subject: Re: MV AsterixPosted: January 23rd, 2021, 8:20 pm
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Great work - congratulations again! The detail work really has come a long way and the attention to detail is evident.


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Post subject: Re: MV AsterixPosted: January 24th, 2021, 10:42 am
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Great work and good rendering of the "Canadian" grey

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Mitchell van Os
Post subject: Re: MV AsterixPosted: February 13th, 2021, 9:14 am
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Really outstanding quality on your drawing.
Esepcially the shadows/shading is cool to see like this.
I know out of experience it is not easy to show the refueling hoses aswell. Most turn out to be a big blob. But you did it neatly! Great job :)

I just have a few things to add since i followed this project out of interest and have some pictures to add some detail to her.

For the refuel hoses i would change the colours of their hinches to Red/Green and Yellow.
These colours indicate the numbers of their location and how far they are out.
I serve on the Karel Doorman JSS, served on the Amsterdam AOR and refueled quite a lot while serving on frigates. Every AOR in navies have them.
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Above her screw she has a weird shape? Might be good to add to your drawing

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Your bulbous bow seems to be on spot now, this is just to confirm it after rainmakers supporting critics.

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Forward tower for AOR seems have a wider gap and thinner structure than you have now.

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This is from her construction and i do not know if it changed. But between the rhib locations it seems its one open gap, not a small one with a door.

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Post subject: Re: MV AsterixPosted: February 13th, 2021, 1:42 pm
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Thanks, happy to receive any improvement suggestions. Anyone have any idea what that structure is behind the propeller?


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Mitchell van Os
Post subject: Re: MV AsterixPosted: February 13th, 2021, 4:17 pm
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GarethDavies1 wrote: *
Thanks, happy to receive any improvement suggestions. Anyone have any idea what that structure is behind the propeller?
I have no idea, ducting more to propellers for more speed?

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GarethDavies1
Post subject: Re: MV AsterixPosted: February 15th, 2021, 11:14 pm
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I've rehashed the propeller and added what appears to be ducting but I have had to guess a bit...eeeeks. Also added the colours to the fuel hoses and made the RAS jig a bit thinner!

Thanks Mitchel


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