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Old 03-01-2010, 08:15 AM
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macadam: Hello Matt, thank you very much!
Today I have finished main part of wooden base. Only side braces are made of paper and covered by self-adhesive foils.



Here is a photo instruction, how I make small pulleys:

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Old 03-01-2010, 08:46 AM
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Ran out of superlatives a long time back I just look forward to the rest of the build.
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Ran out of superlatives a long time back I just look forward to the rest of the build.
same here as I said this is the watch thread. that clear varnish they sell in motor factors in ireland So is that good for spraying card models?
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Old 03-01-2010, 04:12 PM
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Thank you for comments, I am also looking forward to finishing Victory. The spray Clear Varnish is used for impregnation most of paper parts and its safe and useful for card models. It is important to apply only thin layers of spray and I often help drying by warm air (usually use hair dryer). After that card models become more resistant against air moisture and dust.
In the afternoon I took some photos, so here are the latest:
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Just Awesome. Can not wait to see what you do next upon completion of this Master Piece.:DRick
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Papercut: Thank you very much!
Here are new photos of Vicy:

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Hello Doris,
With the lights shining inside, this beautiful ship will be quite impressive while on display.
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Its super looking looking forward to seeing how it looks all the time. Or you going to have the sails on her? Sometimes I wish the shipyard and company had the sails wrapped up on the crossbeam for the odd sail at least? very unusual to have a ship with all its sails out?
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Hello dear friends!
Thank you very much for your comments, Ill put here another photos and description as possible. Process continues by making rigging, yards and plenty of pulleys. There is about 75% progress finished, but I work on it almost till midnight everyday. Here are some new shots of Victory:

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Old 03-09-2010, 04:47 AM
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Sails, thats a question..... I plan to make some sails wrapped up, but at first all yards will be finished without sails. Ill decide about it later , Im still looking for ideas and interesting occasions.
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