Revell 1:570 Titanic - Alexander A.K.A. TitanicNut86 (Teaser

Re: Revell 1:570 Titanic - Alexander A.K.A. TitanicNut86 (Te

Postby C Marshall » Mon Oct 03, 2011 8:57 am

Your funnels look really good, I made the same titanic model a while back although it was my first model so made quite a few mistakes such as putting the wrong funnels in certain areas i mixed funnel 2 with funnel 4 and i used glossy paint which was silly really i never really expected to go wrong there but i was young. But its looking good so far keep us updated.

i also a year later did a conversion to one of these models for a britannic model i see if i can dig the photos out for it.

Regards

PS i am in the middle of building a meter long model of the QM2

Little teaser imgae for you

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Re: Revell 1:570 Titanic - Alexander A.K.A. TitanicNut86 (Te

Postby TitanicNut86 » Sat Jan 14, 2012 8:39 am

Well here is an update on how things are going.

The model is almost done. I just need to install a couple things, apply decals, and rig the thing. Which one thing that I noticed with this German version is that aside from the box and the instructions booklet which I rarely ever looked at if ever accept for the one where you need to cut the ladders for the funnels and blah blah blah don't want to bore you. This German one came with rigging string wound around what I dubbed "The orange Chinese Star" But yet the American version did not come with such a thing. You have to provide your own rigging. Kinda cheap or gypped in my book. But yeah the model is plugging away and I learned a lot from this build which is my second Titanic model.

Other than that I am going to start posting some build pictures of the thing probably ether tomorrow or Monday but I will NOT post any completed pictures of it till ether April 10th of this year or April 14th of this year.

All the best!
Alexander C.
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Re: Revell 1:570 Titanic - Alexander A.K.A. TitanicNut86 (Te

Postby TitanicNut86 » Sat Jan 14, 2012 7:43 pm

Okay there are a lot of pictures of the construction of the model though I do wish there could have been more and I was slow enough to take more pictures. But I guess excitement got the best of me.
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Re: Revell 1:570 Titanic - Alexander A.K.A. TitanicNut86 (Te

Postby TitanicNut86 » Sat Jan 14, 2012 7:52 pm

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Re: Revell 1:570 Titanic - Alexander A.K.A. TitanicNut86 (Te

Postby VW1956 » Sat Jan 14, 2012 11:21 pm

Hello TitanicNut86.Great pictures and congratulations on finishing it as I am having trouble getting back to mine. What does "Unless by profesion...monkies" mean. Ken.
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Re: Revell 1:570 Titanic - Alexander A.K.A. TitanicNut86 (Te

Postby TitanicNut86 » Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:29 am

VW1956 wrote:Hello TitanicNut86.Great pictures and congratulations on finishing it as I am having trouble getting back to mine. What does "Unless by profesion...monkies" mean. Ken.


That board is saying: "Unless you are trained by professional monkies, do NOT waddle this paddle!!" Which that is one of my silly lines. Hope that helped.
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Re: Revell 1:570 Titanic - Alexander A.K.A. TitanicNut86 (Te

Postby VW1956 » Sun Jan 15, 2012 6:45 pm

Hello TitanicNut86. OK, well that makes sense. Ken.
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