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OTB - Knobs and Dials

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rated 4.03 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Comedy - Original
Tags:
ocean
ship
bridge
boat

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Uploaded
Mar 16, 2015 | 5:45 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Finally got another relatively short one of these done, I think the beackgrounds definitely turned out well.

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chris-the-stick2chris-the-stick2

Rated 5 / 5 stars

hahahahaha!
this was quality work as usual, radiotube!
i also understood some of the abbreviations, such as the VHF (omg retro nostalgia.... i still have such old video tapes)... or the AIS, but i could not ''get'' the OOD or the FPSO,OSV ones... :/

as for the ending, it was perfect... he could manage all the difficult bridge controls, and yet he could not make his washing machine to work, hahaha!

good one, i enjoyed this alot, and the inside of the ship/deck/controls was once again INCREDIBLY DETAILED. and i loved it! so many details and functions, many radars, many screens, many buttons and sub-systems.
was that a chevy symbol on the steering wheel? clever!

also the exterior design of the ship was clever, combined with the NG colours and the proper name, fulp, very very good!

overall a great movie, and a very nice thing to watch. keep up the good work, man!


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RadioTubeClock responds:

Let's see here, there's Officer of the Deck, Floating Production Storage and Offloading(like a floating oil/lng platform), and Offshore Support Vessel.

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RokthRokth

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I actually caught some of those abbreviations. But what exactly is a perm press? Can we get an peisode about that. No really, let's not and say we did.


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RadioTubeClock responds:

Nice, thanks for the review!


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

lmao, short but genius. And as always impressively detailed backgrounds, soo many flashing flips and switches! Nice work.

-cd-


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RadioTubeClock responds:

Thanks!


DoomroarDoomroar

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well time to google how to use a washing machine! XD.


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RadioTubeClock responds:

yup!


LosaruTaiyoLosaruTaiyo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

XD I would honestly not be surprised if such a thing happens IRL. You are trained in all these buttons and dials, etc. when working with ships, not usually when doing the laundry. Good one.


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RadioTubeClock responds:

lol true, thanks for the review!