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  • in reply to: Show me your ships! #36550
    Menno
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    2 Jurgen 54,

    I must admit, your way of drawing looks much more professional then mine.
    I hope to get there one day.
    As i look back at my drawing i can see the whole learning process from having no clue to “hey i could have done that much simpler”. if i had to do it over, it would look better but the basic outlines i still like. and i’ll leave it as it is for now, including all those red lines :whistle: .
    I’ve done some redrawing on the prop though because that one in the first drawing realy was’nt accepteble :laugh:

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    in reply to: Show me your ships! #36541
    Menno
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    Hello, after experimenting with Delftship for 2 months i came up with this….
    Useless Design because to expensive to build but a fun way to learn drawing with this program.
    By the way, it’s entirely drawn using DS only.

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    in reply to: i’m new and stuck on a daggerboard. #36514
    Menno
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    Funny… i just was about to respond whit the same conclusion after some experimenting i did on it.
    Anyway, thanks for your effort 😉

    in reply to: i’m new and stuck on a daggerboard. #36511
    Menno
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    Thanks for your response,

    And i have learned a new word again(daggerboard)

    I think i have to dive into the whole hydrostatics stuff before i start asking questions because i still don’t understand what’s going on.
    But, i’m simpy to greedy and curious to not ask….. 😛
    for example when i delete that dagger board, the lateral area point does’nt move while i was expecting it to move backwards as without that dagger board that’s where the most of the lateral area is located.
    And, i’ve read that people who draw trimarans have a problem with hydrostatics (daggerboard next to a hull gives same situation?)

    The main reason why i need that lateral point to be right is to, when i ad sails, to be able to put the sail point just behind it so the boat has a natural tendency to sail almost at a straight course by itself (with a bit tendency to stir up ofcourse).

    in reply to: i’m new and stuck on a daggerboard. #36506
    Menno
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    Hope it works this time.

    in reply to: i’m new and stuck on a daggerboard. #36505
    Menno
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    Hope this time goes better

    in reply to: i’m new and stuck on a daggerboard. #36504
    Menno
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    There you go
    [attachment:1]Hollandse boot 03.fbm[/attachment]

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