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didibii
Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 13th, 2010, 7:15 pm
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acelanceloet wrote:
well it looks ok, but definitely not finished. there are some parts you haven't drawn yet (you can see the original drawing through it) also, this is only the beginning of drawing. you have to refine it (and please redo the bridge, look to the dutch jss for example how this should be done) I know, from the 3d model it looks finished, but now you have to details it, as you think it should be done. for example the flags, liferafts and doors. to do that, you have to do a lot of research..... but you will have to do that for every ship. if you do that, I think most guys on sb would be glad to help if needed ;)
"there are some parts you haven't drawn yet (you can see the original drawing through it)"
actually there are some parts that look like they are from the original drawing but they arnt i drew over the real drawing and it looks like that...
"(and please redo the bridge, look to the dutch jss for example how this should be done)"
Yea the bridge looks wrong and messed up i am trying to fix it.
" the flags, liferafts and doors. to do that, you have to do a lot of research"
Wow thanks for telling i rly didt know that, i was thinking of putting the doors and the flag.

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 13th, 2010, 7:30 pm
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good you want to improve it... but if you draw over that parts, it isn't shipbucket. you have to show them like how they are shown in sb style, not how they are done in the 3d model.... again look to other ships to see how they are done. if you really don't know how, I can show you by doing a bit, but you REALLY should try it yourself first. you also have done the doors wrong: this way they look like huge loading ramps. and you also got the fencing for the helideck wrong... again, look at other ships on the main site how it is done.

(btw and remove the 'done with it' on your signature, you aren't halfway)

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 13th, 2010, 9:41 pm
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WOW... No comment.

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 13th, 2010, 10:21 pm
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Just take my dutch jss as example for the whole ship.
It is based on each other, the bridge are exactly the same if im right...

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 14th, 2010, 4:00 am
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MitcheLL300 wrote:
The first ship is in build. Expected tobe in service with the dutch jss by 2014. And the second one year later. A 3rd in option . They will replace the replenish ships of todays canadian replenish ships.
That's incorrect. The first ship is not yet under construction, although the Canadian government has officially announced that it will purchase two Joint Support Ships with the option for a third. Given that the contracts haven't even been awarded to the shipbuilders yet, I expect we won't see the first JSS until a few years later than 2014 - if it doesn't get mired any further in the quagmire that is Canadian defence procurement.

http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/arti ... -6-billion

Note that that article was published in July, 2010.


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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 19th, 2010, 6:56 pm
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I didn't get much time to draw so i couldn't finish the stuff but fineally i think i could be done with it but somthing just seem wrong about the ship... so please comment

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I took some parts of the dutch JSS so i gave credit to the person who drew it...

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 19th, 2010, 7:02 pm
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she looks great but some of the coloring seems a little off/

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 19th, 2010, 7:05 pm
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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.

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 19th, 2010, 7:07 pm
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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

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Post subject: Re: Canadian JSS shipPosted: August 19th, 2010, 7:11 pm
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MitcheLL300 wrote:
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 :)

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