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1/700 LST-4002 JS Shimokita

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11 minutes ago, spejic said:

For the dock, you can create the mooring hooks by sliding a standard razor saw flat along the top of the dock and cutting into those bumps provided by Tamiya. There is a lot of variability in the color of the hooks, the color and size of the curbs on the edge, and whether there are built-in bumpers along the edge or you need to use those fenders provided by the kit. If you want pictures, I can post them.

 

Thanks @spejic... What hooks are you referring to? My current plan is to use a white thread as mooring lines and attach it to the mooring point on the provided dock...

And use the provided fenders for the bumpers.

 

Cheers,

Mario

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I mean you can create this mooring hook:

 

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by sawing into those bumps to create an undercut like this:

 

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It takes a little care, but it isn't difficult and it makes it look much nicer.

 

 

 

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I just got back from my workplace, and since the JS Shimokita had her microscopic parts on, I can't bring her on board my work site.

But, I was able to spare some time on her and install all the vehicles and PE's. And after several hours, she's done.

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I also added several PE Figures. As planned I'm going to make a small diorama depicting the ship almost finished loading the vehicle.

So, I'll go ahead and try to find what method I should use to make a typical calm water in the dock area..

 

Cheers,

Mario

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