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ALVAMA
Post subject: Re: Dante Alighieri, the first Italian dreadnoughtPosted: August 9th, 2010, 5:42 pm
ezgo394, no credits needed, indeed what Ace said


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Post subject: Re: Dante Alighieri, the first Italian dreadnoughtPosted: August 9th, 2010, 5:42 pm
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Ok, just making sure ;) .

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Post subject: Re: Dante Alighieri, the first Italian dreadnoughtPosted: September 3rd, 2010, 2:11 pm
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I hope the dante is now really finished. please comment on it if it's not.

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Post subject: Re: Dante Alighieri, the first Italian dreadnoughtPosted: September 3rd, 2010, 2:23 pm
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There's a few things on the second drawing that looks like leftovers from an earlier version.
Starting from the bow:
There's an odd black thing just in front of the midship lifeboat, there's a thing that looks like a boat between the aft stacks and the third gun from the bow. It lacks a bit of outline and should be visible through the railings. The stern-most lifeboats looks like it has two very davits floating in the air next to it.
And there's an error in the "title"

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Post subject: Re: Dante Alighieri, the first Italian dreadnoughtPosted: September 3rd, 2010, 2:29 pm
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Thiel wrote:
There's a few things on the second drawing that looks like leftovers from an earlier version.
Starting from the bow:
There's an odd black thing just in front of the midship lifeboat, there's a thing that looks like a boat between the aft stacks and the third gun from the bow. It lacks a bit of outline and should be visible through the railings. The stern-most lifeboats looks like it has two very davits floating in the air next to it.
And there's an error in the "title"
indeed, you are right, there is an layer on which should be deleted underneath it... I will fix it immediately.

EDIT: fixed :D

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Post subject: Re: Dante Alighieri, the first Italian dreadnoughtPosted: September 3rd, 2010, 4:38 pm
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You might want to touch up on the hull a little. The outline seems a bit shaky. Not as bad as the first version you posted, but it's still there.
Also, the two small life boats could do with some work as well.

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Post subject: Re: Dante Alighieri, the first Italian dreadnoughtPosted: September 3rd, 2010, 4:51 pm
Thiel wrote:
You might want to touch up on the hull a little. The outline seems a bit shaky. Not as bad as the first version you posted, but it's still there.
Also, the two small life boats could do with some work as well.
The life boats are fine, they need to be like this!


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Post subject: Re: Dante Alighieri, the first Italian dreadnoughtPosted: September 3rd, 2010, 5:40 pm
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Post subject: Re: Dante Alighieri, the first Italian dreadnoughtPosted: September 3rd, 2010, 7:11 pm
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Good ameliorations ! :D :)

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Post subject: Re: Dante Alighieri, the first Italian dreadnoughtPosted: September 4th, 2010, 9:01 am
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It certainly is a good improvment on your first try of that ship.

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