Re: Six Tugboats
Yes, the letter on the stack is the first letter of the first name of the recipient. Two are for brothers with the the same first initial. I had plans to paint their boats different colors, but I was not too happy with the other color. At the last minute, I resprayed them both the same color.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Pete" <georgeyyy@...> wrote:
> Thanks for the info. You have created a very nice design. I noticed that
> the letters on the stacks were different. Do they represent the various
> gift recipients?
> On your design: If you are willing I can sketch up your design in CAD.
> You would, of course get full credit. Please let me know via personal
> E-mail. We can discuss further.
> --- In email@example.com, charleswclarke@ wrote:
> > Yes, I created the design, but I used a lot of information that I
> found on the various pop-pop internet sites. Sorry, but I do not have a
> drawing to share. Some recycled materials were used. The 8-inch hull
> is a polypropylene food tray from the local supermarket, and the boiler
> is made from old copper roof flashing. The tubes are copper-nickel
> brake line. Two rubber grommets affixed to the hull allow for the
> removal of the engine if necessary. The engine joints are all
> silver-brazed. The tugboat "superstructure" was shaped from green
> florist foam and covered with fiberglass. Charles