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Japanese Destroyer Yukikaze 1"=108" scale.
LEGO Japanese Yukikaze Destroyer 1" = 108" scale. Warship is 44" long, 4 1/2" wide & 10" tall, weighs 12 pounds. Made from actual blueprints of Yukikaze. Made Operation Ten Go diorama to include my (1"=108" scale) LEGO Japanese Yamato (8 feet long) & U.S.S. Yorktown Aircraft Carrier (8'.6" feet long).
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  July 8, 2014
Great work, I love how you made the hull, simple but very effective and the attention to detail is amazing.
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  July 7, 2014
The amount of detail you pour into your MOCs is awesome! Great work!
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  December 5, 2013
Sometimes even words cannot describe such matter, great job and can I just say it`s just such an honor having you add me as a favorite.
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  July 24, 2013
Once again, Excellent.
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  July 4, 2013
Quoting Matt G-ria Love it. The boat is great, but I think it's the water that sets this moc apart. You Really capture the motion.
I don't like to build ships that are 'static' or just sitting there. I want motion. The flags waving in the wind on my larger LEGO ships & the water flow against the hull captures that motion. :-)
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  July 4, 2013
Love it. The boat is great, but I think it's the water that sets this moc apart. You Really capture the motion.
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  July 3, 2013
Awesome job beautiful detail
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  June 22, 2013
WOW!
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  July 19, 2012
Hi! I am the lady from Party City yesterday. That is incredible!!!!! Wow! What patience, planning and time! Great job! Take care, Nola
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  February 11, 2012
wow! you're truly an artist! thanks for telling me about this & the lego convention that's coming up.
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  November 3, 2010
Great work.
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  November 2, 2010
very nice,looks just like the real thing,
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  October 18, 2010
It looks very accurate! Great work! 5/5
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  July 24, 2010
Wow Iv only seen pictures of this ship and yours is almost a clone! good job
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  July 3, 2010
oh ok but you didnt answer my question about brick stress
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  June 30, 2010
The beauty of building with LEGO is if a mistake is made during the building process, you can easily take it apart & make it better. I build 'scale replicas' of LEGO warships. The internet has a plethora of info at your fingertips. I have ordered books, blueprints, downloaded diagrams & pictures. I have the blueprints for USS Yorktown CV10. It will have moving parts, flashing lights & even more detail & realism.
  June 30, 2010
DUDE that is insanley accurate! You are truley the lego master! How much brick stress did you use on it?Could i get some tips cause i flip out when i mess up or i cant find out how to make somthing look exactly right :P?But i would realy like those tips and maybe you could make a U-boat and make a battle group or somthing that would be so cool!
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  April 6, 2010
It took 4 months to build. I finished building 2 weeks ago. The U.S.S. Yorktown is next to build. I can't decide if it should be CV5 or CV10. The Yorktown CV5 was sunk at the Battle of Midway. Yorktown CV10 'Essex Class' carrier was built in 1943 and survived the war. I like the appearance of the CV10, but the CV5 was battle damaged at the Battle of the Coral Sea, repaired in 3 days (should have been 3 months) and then it was sunk at the Battle of Midway. CV10 looks better & would be 8 feet long in LEGO. CV5 was a little shorter.
LEGO Master
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Creat1ve Christian
  April 4, 2010
Hey, Marcello, nice work ;) why didn“t u mailed me? When did u finished and how many Months/years?! did it take? Excellent work, I“ll make the Fuso or Nagato I think! Maybe we can mail each other about our projects.
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  January 19, 2010
Very nice. I like the midship section. Looks like you love the details :-)
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  December 27, 2009
Looking good! I love a good warship moc.
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  December 27, 2009
Quoting Einon Joćo Can“t wait for the finish ship. I“m also preparing a diorama with new ships from the Second World War. Keep with the good job! Eķnon
When I complete the LEGO 'Operation Ten Go' diorama, I will begin to build the LEGO Japanese Akagi Aircraft Carrier (8 feet long!!!) for my Battle of Midway LEGO diorama. After that, I already have the LEGO Bismarck (8 feet long!!!) on the drawing board. Stay tuned...
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  December 27, 2009
Can“t wait for the finish ship. I“m also preparing a diorama with new ships from the Second World War. Keep with the good job! Eķnon
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  December 26, 2009
wow, so far great desroyer you got there! :)
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  December 25, 2009
Awesome!
 
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