Single surface deck in Freeship

Discussion in 'Software' started by Dan S, Sep 4, 2006.

  1. Dan S
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    Dan S Junior Member

    It took me a little bit of time to figure out how, but I was able to make a deck in Freeship only using one surface. The deck I created is for a model, but is has a cockpit and a raised foredeck. I don’t know about anyone else, but I’m really looking forward to release 3.
     

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  2. Figgy
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    Figgy Senior Member

    Good job Dan, she looks nice. What kind of model? Looks like R/C
     
  3. Dan S
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    Dan S Junior Member

    Hello Figgy,

    Yep is a r/c model. it's a 3R class boat. Since I’m working on the marriage thing and buying my first house, I can't afford to play with the real thing (keel boats that is.) Here is my current 3R. http://www.shermanyachts.com/informational/radical/
     
  4. Raggi_Thor
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    Raggi_Thor Nav.arch/Designer/Builder

    Dan, interesting web site,
    looks like you build model boats the same way you could build full size :)
     

  5. Dan S
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    Dan S Junior Member

    Yep, I build them the same way, they just cost a lot less. :p
     
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