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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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Papercraft Walrus-class submarine WIP 4 by ninjatoespapercraft Papercraft Walrus-class submarine WIP 4 by ninjatoespapercraft

For the final version of my papercraft Royal Netherlands Navy Walrus-class submarine, I'm using black paper, which is a little bit thinner than the paper I used for the test build;

It's only a small difference of course, but because the hull parts "wrap" around the "ribs" of the submarine, it means they are actually a *little bit* too long (or the ribs are a *little bit* too small) now...

So to compensate, I'll need to cut the ribs a *little bit* bigger than I made them for the test build! ;o)

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airasumi Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014
I hate when that happens XD
I like the template, and you're using "internal" tabs, nice touch to hide as much as possible the "stepping" between parts, looking nice so far!

Cheers.
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2014
Yes, I wanted to try it out once, to make a "smoother" hull than you can get with normal, "overlapping" tabs that will create ridges; some people make a lot of papercraft boats, planes with this method, and they're very good at it, and the hull on their models looks almost completely smooth! (you have to be much more precise than I'm being for a *perfect* result though, it's a lot of work to get exactly right! ;o)
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jameslink Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very interesting! :)
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2014
Thanks! ;o)
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