Monthly Archives: February 2013

Taking Good Pictures of Your Models
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Model photography isn’t hard to do. With a little patience and knowledge of your camera, you can produce some excellent photos of your latest project.  Much of this discussion relates equally well to either digital or film photography.  The big … Full Article→

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Photos from the 2013 Old Dominion Open
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Here’s a selection of shots from the ODO. The HRSM was there in force and some of our members did quite well. Robert Beach, Bill Lee and Gary Telecsan manned the vendor tables for the club and were hard at … Full Article→

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2013 February Show & Tell Photos
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Moebius 1:72 Scale SSN Skipjack: Development and R/C Conversion – Part 10
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Report to the Cabal: Part 10 Outfitting the Sub-driver The objective here is to install, set-up, and test for correct operation all the devices and mechanisms needed to get the Sub-driver (SD) operational. The end-game: an outfitted 3.5 SKIPJACK Sub-driver, … Full Article→

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Moebius 1:72 Scale SSN Skipjack: Development and R/C Conversion – Part 9
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Report to the Cabal: Part 9 SAS Theory and Preparing to Outfit the Sub-Driver R/C submarining – above all other forms of R/C vehicle assembly, set-up, operation, and maintenance – is the most demanding. It’s an activity that requires investment … Full Article→

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Moebius 1:72 Scale SSN Skipjack: Development and R/C Conversion – Part 8
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Report to the Cabal: Part 8 Securing the Internal Hardware and Structures If I gave the impression in a previous installment of this article that the lower bow piece could be installed to the upper hull half before installation of … Full Article→

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