Discussion in 'Ship & Watercraft Models' started by mchale, Jan 19, 2013.
i built this a couple months ago
here are six more pics
here is the last 4 pics
It looks REALLY GOOD!
If I may make a suggestion though. Take a thin strip of masking tape and cover the corrugation that is showing on some of the parts.
Other I am really impressed with your work. Like I have said a few times already, your skills are greatly improving.
Keep up the good work.
thank you for the compliment and i am glad you like it and for the sugestion i would but i dont think the grey spray paint will stick to the masking tape
OK, you can also use sticky labels as well. You can get them at any office xupply store. Those will take the spray paint.
I remember watching this as a child.
thanks for the idea i have plenty of those lables
nice you found the rare colored first season opening they only colored a couple of the first season episodes
McHale, the boat is far too narrow. You need to add at least two inches to the beam, maybe more. It's almost there, but with a little more effort, you can make it the way I have seen other models you have made.
You can see even from this small picture, it was much wider. There were 4 boats used in the series and one made as a prop on shore that in fact was not a real boat and was very narrow. The second picture shows you that this was a big boat. It was 38' 6" long. She had a 10' foot beam. The first pic is of the S.S. Minnow used in the 2nd season I believe.
this is mix of all the different boats used
Aah!! A Spiritual convergence of sorts. In case you did not know, the big picture in the post above is one of the real "S.S. Minnows", it was completely restored.
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