7 (adding the stationary cycle's wall board). UPDATE.
On the port
wall between the central map/schematic charts and the
cupboard in the port/bow corner was a circular gauge contained
in a large square wallboard. At a quick glance it looks
like some modernistic clock (compared to the rest of the
decor). This was as tall as half the height of the gym
and sat on the wall directly in front of the stationary
cycles. It attached to the wall so the bottom sat flush
with the top of the brown section of the wall.
out of sheet plastic about 4.0mm x 4.0mm.
Apply a circular
band of yellow paint touching each of the cardinal points
(center of each edge). When dry use paint a solid circle
dark blue circle in the center with a diameter of 3mm.
a yellow ring with a blue center and the corners still
white. Next take a fine brush and paint each corner dark
blue, working in towards the yellow ring being careful
not to paint over it.
When the blue
has dried add the two colored dots (one red and one white)
in a random position on the ring or use the positions
suggested by Ken Marschall in his cutaway painting in
Inside The Titanic.
Glue this to
the wall as described above.