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Pr Calculus's sharksub : a personnal view

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Postby JC Carbonel » Sat Jan 31, 2004 3:13 pm

Hello

while "advertising" my other subs on the "static" BBS I thought I could as well mention here my interpretation of Pr Calculus' shark sub

http://modelstories.free.fr/analyse....ex.html

I also put a few considerations regarding my views on submarines in the world of Hergé (in French) here :

http://modelbox.free.fr/dossiers/tintin/Tintinsub_P/index.html

I hope you will enjoy both

sincerely

JCC
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Postby Captain Nemo12 » Fri Feb 27, 2004 5:28 pm

Whew! Am I glad that I undertood french! :D First JC, I found the TINTIN model shark sub somewhat on the "skinny" side when compared to the sub in the comic, although I liked how you detailed it, is the figure inside the sub Tintin or another person? (Perharps Capitaine Haddock?:D) Also they is another sub that appeared in the Tintin movie: "Tintin et le Lac au Requin" ("Tintin and shark lake" in English? ???) Rastapopoulos's (Is that how you spell his name? If so, I'm good! :D) submersible that he used to escape.

P.S: The submersible's conning tower closely remembles to that of a U-boat. From my point of view, of course! :D
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