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acelanceloet
Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 19th, 2010, 7:17 pm
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didibii wrote:
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Ehm since when does it have those LCVP's?
It only has a rhib per side...
Plus it has a big door in the back, not a Ro-Ro like the dutch one.
I did research... it said it will have 2 LCVP
and Thanks for tell about the doors and the rhib :)
can you tell me your source about that? and even if it has 2, on your drawing it has 4, because both sides are most likely the same.

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 19th, 2010, 7:22 pm
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acelanceloet wrote:
the bridge is still wrong, the mast is way simpler then the dutch one (not an I-mast, not even with the same stuff on it) and the landing ships need to be replaced by rhibs behind an door. and the loading bays or whatever they are which are again wrong.... if you don't know how, I can try to do some of it... there is some improvement, but not much, and this looks nothing like the canadian JSS
"if you don't know how, I can try to do some of it..."
well i would really like some help. :) so sure

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 19th, 2010, 8:16 pm
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Canadian jss is planned without LCVP and with rescue boats in the superstructure.
But when needed (depends on missions) it can carry them.
I read it can carry them on the inside.

Plus the thing you drew behind the LCVP's, is a door.
The roro door is all the way on the back, and in the width not like the dutch jss in a diagonal like you got now.

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 19th, 2010, 8:56 pm
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started on redoing all you did wrong... I've replaced the bridge temporarily with the dutch one, removed the hatches and the other faulty parts, renewed the underwater hull and fixed the helideck.

btw, I started with the old one, because I didn't wanted to have to remove all the pointless stuff on it.

now for the other forum members: does anybody knows where the funnel is located? I know where I would put it, but if there is some intel about it...

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 24th, 2010, 3:54 pm
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now I think I've fixed it... but I think I have also done all the work you should have done. research, drawing, etc.
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the bridge might be a bit too big.... but I will fix that when I come back from Corfu, I have no time to fix it right now. then I will add some raillings and lights too.

I hope your next work will surpass this one..... because I took a lot of effort how it should be done.
(btw I might have made some mistakes because I was in a hurry doing this one... point them out please , I will fix them soon.)

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 27th, 2010, 9:54 pm
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wow looks great... thanks,
canadian ships allways look so empty.

lol i hope my other ship (CV europa) turns out better :)

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