Nautilus


#1

I felt the need to have something for my kraken to play with so I dug up this design. I took a few tries with it deciding what should be a score line and what should be an actual cut. This one still has a few fragile pieces. I think the hardwood was probably a bit more fragile for the parts like the propeller blade than plywood would have been. I’ll probably also reduce the power for the score lines by half next time.


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#2

I was going to make a '80s drug war ‘kraken kills’ joke but decided the better of it.


#3

Outstanding! :slight_smile:


#4

Oh yeah, that’s sharp! :relaxed:


#5

Thank you for just saying no


#6

That’s a superlative submarine!


#7

Something for the kitchen to play with? That is cool…but I never get a chance to play in the kitchen. That is great toy, nice job! - Rich


#8

So cooooool! now we just have to mount a motor on there, and a harpoon launcher, and some air tanks, some supplies, crew, …


#9

Delightful! Every kraken should have a good toy to keep it occupied.


#10

How do you decide between a score and a cut? What factors do you consider?


#11

Nice!!! Way to get “Kracken” !


#12

Very nice indeed!!!


#13

Think it would work to remake these out of acrylic and put them in the bottom of an aquarium?


#14

I mostly go with structural first, then style after that. Still trying to decide things like should the windows be cutouts instead of just score lines. Originally I had cut out the sections around the nose, but it was too weak.


#15

I think I may have to do that :slight_smile:


#16

You guys are “Kraken” me up…