Jump to content

Welcome to Model Ship World
Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates, manage your profile and so much more. If you already have an account, login here - otherwise create an account for free today!
Photo

Carving from Belgorod


  • Please log in to reply
179 replies to this topic

#41
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

Congratulations, Alexander, beautiful work!

What material did you use. Is the finish the usual tung oil? And what is the size of the rooster?

Janos

Thank you, Janos. 
Praise from a master like you means a lot to me. 
Tree for this work is an apple tree, but it was blank much darker than the one from which I used to do a lion. 
Oil covered. Here, too, tung. 
Dimensions I will show later. I want to show the photos while working, there will be and the views from the ruler.

  • Janos likes this

#42
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

These pieces are exquisite. The detail is amazing. You do beautiful work. You can start doing custom work for people who model but don't know how to carve.

Marc

Hello, Mark. 
Thank you for your kind words. 
I really like to do carving. . Now I do a thread on order. This rooster and a lion made ​​for other artists. To order. Leo ordered the master of Russia, and this figure for the master  in Ukraine. 
If you need something to cut, I'll be glad to help. However, never send parcels to Europe or even further and do not know how it is done correctly. But if the need arises, then all I can learn.

  • Marcus Botanicus likes this

#43
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

Artistic ,Brilliant workmanship ,thanks for the pictures and information.Edwin

Thank you, Edwin. 
I'm glad you liked it. I will try to continue to show their work


#44
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

Showing those pictures that I took during operation. Technology and now was the same as shown earlier. But I think it will still be interesting.

First Stage:

IMG_4358.jpg

IMG_4361.jpg

IMG_4365.jpg

IMG_4373.jpg

IMG_4374.jpg

IMG_4377.jpg

IMG_4400.jpg


  • mtaylor, avsjerome2003 and Mirabell61 like this

#45
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

further:

IMG_4411.jpg

IMG_4416.jpg

IMG_4427.jpg

IMG_4432.jpg

IMG_4440.jpg

IMG_4442.jpg

IMG_4444.jpg

IMG_4447.jpg

IMG_4450.jpg

IMG_4452.jpg

IMG_4454.jpg

IMG_4464.jpg

IMG_4465.jpg


  • Jim L, mtaylor, Dubz and 8 others like this

#46
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

more:

IMG_4484.jpg

IMG_4481.jpg

IMG_4485.jpg

 


  • mtaylor, Dubz, avsjerome2003 and 9 others like this

#47
NMBROOK

NMBROOK
  • Members
  • 3,218 posts
  • LocationYorkshire England

Fabulous to see the work in progress pictures B) I was aware that you produce carvings to order for various master modelers,but it was not my place to say anything ;) I can see a lot of sense in that specialist tasks are given to certain individuals.With following the shipmodels forum I realise that several modelers have certain specialties and offer their services to other modelers.

 

Kind Regards

 

Nigel


  • CaptainSteve and Marcus Botanicus like this

Project for the summer months-Fairmount Alpine-Billings boats http://modelshipworl...rc-radio/page-1


#48
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

Fabulous to see the work in progress pictures B) I was aware that you produce carvings to order for various master modelers,but it was not my place to say anything ;) I can see a lot of sense in that specialist tasks are given to certain individuals.With following the shipmodels forum I realise that several modelers have certain specialties and offer their services to other modelers.

 

Kind Regards

 

Nigel

Once again, I apologize in advance if poorly understood the meaning of your words. I do not try to do some secrets contrary openly show and what happened and how it was done . I also learned a lot through different forums on ship modeling . And I very grateful masters who opened their secrets and technology. I, too, try to do the same.
From the photos immovably that thread have something complex or not secret . Simple tools . Yes , I use the machines in the first stage , which I have. But even without them , too, can do . They are not the main thing in the thread ! And any questions I will answer honestly and also show all the techniques that I use. Already talked about some of the tricks that help me in the work , how you can fix your mistakes . I will reveal a little secret: in this order rooster figure was not the only thing I did . There was another thread . On it I will talk about later . There also were problems , and small openings . Oh , I also tell them . Therefore , if anyone have a desire to try it for yourself , I 'm just glad this . This is very interesting !
When I'm doing with my model , I try to learn to different technologies . I can not everything. I still have to learn how to weave ropes for rigging. I have not tried to do a good casting. Always want to learn to do yourself.
But if someone I can be useful , I am ready to make a thread for others. I enjoy watching and thread


#49
dgbot

dgbot
  • Members
  • 5,078 posts
  • LocationRaymond IA

Great work.  I Like the way you remove the excess wood before you start the shaping process.  You have a more delicate touch than I.

David B


  • korablik1979 likes this

Work in progress USS Maine in cardstock.http://modelshipworl...rd/#entry220003

Completed Blockade runner Teazer http://modelshipworl...ck/#entry175967

Completed  The Monitor Lehigh http://modelshipworl...el/#entry203680

Completed Kingston Class MCVD http://modelshipworl...gs-in-progress/

 


#50
puckotred

puckotred
  • Members
  • 258 posts
  • LocationGotheborg, Sweden

Beautiful!!!


  • korablik1979 likes this

Mr. Pucko

 

Building: acquired half finished Amphion 1790 - Yacht Reale Sweden by Corel 

And a half built Pegasus by Victory Models

Pinco Genovese by Euromodel Como

And "Section Deck Between Gun Bays"

(if I get the time I'll do a log)

Bohuslän - NCB discontinued

Vasa - DeAgostini - Scale 1:65

 


#51
NMBROOK

NMBROOK
  • Members
  • 3,218 posts
  • LocationYorkshire England

 

Once again, I apologize in advance if poorly understood the meaning of your words. I do not try to do some secrets contrary openly show and what happened and how it was done . I also learned a lot through different forums on ship modeling . And I very grateful masters who opened their secrets and technology. I, too, try to do the same.
From the photos immovably that thread have something complex or not secret . Simple tools . Yes , I use the machines in the first stage , which I have. But even without them , too, can do . They are not the main thing in the thread ! And any questions I will answer honestly and also show all the techniques that I use. Already talked about some of the tricks that help me in the work , how you can fix your mistakes . I will reveal a little secret: in this order rooster figure was not the only thing I did . There was another thread . On it I will talk about later . There also were problems , and small openings . Oh , I also tell them . Therefore , if anyone have a desire to try it for yourself , I 'm just glad this . This is very interesting !
When I'm doing with my model , I try to learn to different technologies . I can not everything. I still have to learn how to weave ropes for rigging. I have not tried to do a good casting. Always want to learn to do yourself.
But if someone I can be useful , I am ready to make a thread for others. I enjoy watching and thread

 

I think you may have miss understood my post Alexander.The Russian English translator is not the best.I really don't know what it must have said at the other end :huh: I meant it was your choice to say who you produce these carvings for.I know you are posting on here to show how you do it and I am sure I speak for everyone when I say we are very grateful for you doing this.

Kind Regards

 

Nigel


  • Jim L, mtaylor and korablik1979 like this

Project for the summer months-Fairmount Alpine-Billings boats http://modelshipworl...rc-radio/page-1


#52
scratch

scratch
  • Members
  • 191 posts
  • LocationAustralia
Just had a quick flick through this thread and WOW , you guys are truly amazing . One day I say to myself , one day .


David
  • korablik1979 likes this






    


#53
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

Fabulous to see the work in progress pictures B) I was aware that you produce carvings to order for various master modelers,but it was not my place to say anything ;) I can see a lot of sense in that specialist tasks are given to certain individuals.With following the shipmodels forum I realise that several modelers have certain specialties and offer their services to other modelers.

 

Kind Regards

 

Nigel

I realized, Nigel. 
Thank you very much for your support and kind words. And now, and during the previous pages. You have always been kind to me. I thank you. 
If nevertheless I hurt you something,  ask forgiveness for it. 
P.S. Very hard when I do not know English. Translators do help approximately the written

  • NMBROOK likes this

#54
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

Thank you very much for your feedback. I am very excited about your reaction to my work. Thank you very much!


  • NMBROOK likes this

#55
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

As promised a sequel to the last few threads. This openwork inset

IMG_4773.jpg

IMG_4776.jpg

IMG_4777.jpg

IMG_4778.jpg

IMG_4779.jpg

 

Here was the difficulty. Part thickness only 2.8 mm, and the thread must be on both sides. Therefore, in areas of thinning turned very small thickness. And item several times I broke during operation.
IMG_4739.jpg
IMG_4735.jpg
 
I had to find a way out of the problem. Did so: the item consists of two halves. They became even thinner, but now they can be glued drops of glue on the bar and do as a bas-relief carving. And then glue it all together.
Easy! Maybe someone is handy.
IMG_4754.jpg
IMG_4745.jpg
IMG_4744.JPG
IMG_4756.jpg
IMG_4758.jpg
IMG_4761.jpg
IMG_4769.jpg
IMG_4772.jpg

 


  • mtaylor, Dubz, dgbot and 13 others like this

#56
dgbot

dgbot
  • Members
  • 5,078 posts
  • LocationRaymond IA

Great techinique.

David B


  • korablik1979 likes this

Work in progress USS Maine in cardstock.http://modelshipworl...rd/#entry220003

Completed Blockade runner Teazer http://modelshipworl...ck/#entry175967

Completed  The Monitor Lehigh http://modelshipworl...el/#entry203680

Completed Kingston Class MCVD http://modelshipworl...gs-in-progress/

 


#57
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

Alex

This is the problem when a material is cherry or similar - it breaks easily in small cross sectional areas. European Boxwood would cope with this with no problem, although the South American Boxwood (Costello) would probably brake the same way. Of course you can't go for the same material every time because of the necessary colour contrast, so you have to deal with the consequences. 

I sometimes manage to repair the breakage with a small wooden dowel and carpenter glue, but even with the most careful repair would leave a small break line visible (as I have now on the forearm of my top-left-man's hand on the Britannia carving :angry: ). If this is not acceptable, there is no other way just to start again. I went too far with the figure, so I just left it - and it is visible  :o

Your scroll carving is as excellent as the in-the-round rooster!

Janos

Thank you very much for your advice , Janos .
With boxwood I never worked . I even did not keep his hands before. We have this tree is not often seen . Belgorod city and a small wood for carving here is not for sale . Yesterday I received a parcel from a friend in Moscow. He gave me a gift . Little wood for carving . And there were two bars of boxwood . They are not large, only for small figurines . But I am very happy that I met with this tree . One day I 'll cut something out of it .
 
Thanks for the advice about repairs. I, too, there are moments when I decide what can be repaired . For example with a lion and was sent when a mistake on the board .At this time, not repair for several reasons.
1  very thin dimensions , and still had to cut a lot ahead. Therefore, the place of breakage is likely again be broken. I also realized that can easily go wrong , and in other places.
2 -  You have probably noticed that the first attempt I made with butter. As I have already used . Oil helps with thread , I have already written . But now it spoils the contrary , because the details are not oiled glue well . If you look at the pictures with thread on one half , you'll notice that this time I did not use oil. Covered only at the end where the two halves are glued together, and processed.
Now for me to have the experience and that different situations need different approach to work .

  • Janos likes this

#58
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

Great techinique.

David B

Thank you very much, David B



#59
NMBROOK

NMBROOK
  • Members
  • 3,218 posts
  • LocationYorkshire England

Excellent work Alexander B) Producing the carving in two halves makes an awful lot of sense when the relief work is double sided.

 

Kind Regards

 

Nigel


  • korablik1979 likes this

Project for the summer months-Fairmount Alpine-Billings boats http://modelshipworl...rc-radio/page-1


#60
korablik1979

korablik1979
  • Members
  • 101 posts
  • LocationBelgorod Russia

Last entry for the cockerel. Customer sent photos, which already figure on the model. So I decided to show them to you. This model is not finished yet and its final form has changed. Somewhere added trim. But much can be estimated now.

3.JPG

IMG_1280.JPG

1.JPG

2.JPG


Edited by korablik1979, 07 March 2014 - 05:18 PM.

  • mtaylor, WackoWolf, Dubz and 12 others like this




0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users

Welcome GUEST to the Model Ship World Community.
Please LOGIN or REGISTER to use all of our feautures.