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70' Fisherman - Model

Discussion in 'General Sportfish Discussion' started by promoceanmodels, Sep 16, 2005.

  1. promoceanmodels

    promoceanmodels Member

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    Beside the "HboL"-Moonen-Model I've built a 1/20 scale model for Ars Technica, Italy.
    This 70' Fisherman is named "Shamal 70". Graphics can be found at the Ars Technica homepage.
    My model has a lenght of 1,07m and is built with a grp-hull and wooden superstructure.

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  2. promoceanmodels

    promoceanmodels Member

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    ...and a pic from the back...

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  3. promoceanmodels

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    ...and another pic of the fly with a "fastwomen4u-girl" on board...

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  4. KCook

    KCook Senior Member

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    Nice touch with the wood grain on the table (I'm too old and slow to chase down the woman :( )

    Kelly Cook
  5. Fortunate One

    Fortunate One New Member

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    What wood grain table is KCook refering to?

    That is one sweet model. How long does it take to build one of those.

    I like the touch of the "fastwomen4u-girl".
  6. brandonw

    brandonw Senior Member

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    A platform on a sportfish...very interesting!
  7. SportFishdaze

    SportFishdaze New Member

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    Very nice!
  8. blazeboss

    blazeboss New Member

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    wondering

    while the model is obviously most excellent why did you build it?Is this part of a presentation or part of the yacht selling procedure? Let me reitterate it is nicely done with a high :confused: degree of skill and thank you for such a fine post! :confused:I cant work these smileys much less build a model
  9. promoceanmodels

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    Hello Blazeboss,

    this model was built for the designers office, cause some visitors can "see" a 3d-thing better than a drawing or grafics at a wall.

    ;)
  10. rymert19

    rymert19 New Member

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    I think it is very sharp, however I am 50/50 on the swim platform, I would much rather see no platform and a tuna door in its place. Otherwise it looks amazing.