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A QUICK BUILD IN PICTURES OF HMS EXETER Print Booklet
Author: JOHN   Posts: 1   Photos: 8   Subscribers: 0   Views: 119   Responses: 6   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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A QUICK BUILD IN PICTURES OF HMS EXETER - Posted: 10th Feb 2019
Hi ya, rather than bore everyone with loads of written words of how I did this, that and the other - they say a picture says a thousand things - so here are a few pics - John

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Response by marky on the 10th Feb 2019
Gorgeous 👍not bad for a 3 day build😁

Cheers Marky
Response by mturpin013 on the 11th Feb 2019
Pictures are great, but they don't give away any trade secrets that could help others eg what's the second covering on the hull (white stuff) ?
Response by RNinMunich on the 11th Feb 2019
Hi Michael,
I believe John did mention at the beginning that he used styrene on the hull to simulate the hull plating.
A great build, hope my 1:96 HMS Manxman turns out so well.
Cheers, Doug 😎