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Old 12-20-2018, 07:43 AM
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Orel "Askold" Russian warship

Hello, Please has anybody tackled the Orel "Askold" ship? I ordered one and I will start building it as soon as I get it. I would like to know if indeed anybody has made this beautiful model.
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I just completed the JSC 1:400 version. It was ok but had a problem with some of the upper superstructure parts. Which kit have you ordered?
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I just completed the JSC 1:400 version. It was ok but had a problem with some of the upper superstructure parts. Which kit have you ordered?
Hello, The Russian "OREL" kit
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Old 01-06-2019, 08:26 PM
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This brand is very good indeed
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Yes, Orel is a big difference from JSC not to mention scale. Orel is 1:200 with lots of detail parts. I have this kit also but have not had the guts to start it yet. Good luck and hope to see pics of your work.
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The boats of the OREL publishing are difficult in general, they are very detailed and use the construction with several types of paper thickness. I have built 5 or 6 and I have learned the design technique of this specific editorial. . They are highly recommended but only for experienced modelers.
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