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Prins Willem by Michiel - 1650 Zeeland static 1:50 POB own plans


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#1
Michiel

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What was done before part 1:

 

The development of the hull:

 

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Edited by Michiel, 19 February 2013 - 04:40 PM.

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hull11.JPG

 

hull15.JPG

 

from here the log continues, but I'll keep updating this post with new side views:

 

4. march 2013:

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november 1st 2013:

hull21a.jpg

 

hull21b.jpg


Edited by Michiel, 01 November 2013 - 11:29 AM.

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What was done before part 2:

 

Konstapel kamer:

 

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Edited by Michiel, 15 February 2013 - 11:40 PM.

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What was done before part 3:

 

some more details shots:

 

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batteries and switch for the lighting

 

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inner planking

 

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First carving

 

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Cabin

 

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More carving

 

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just before painting...

 

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Have fun,

Michiel


Edited by Michiel, 16 February 2013 - 07:26 PM.

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What was done before part 4:

 

Lighting

 

 

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Nice to see your back. Please keep the Post and pictures coming. I enjoy this build and will be watching all the way to the end.


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well I guess that will still take a while ;) , but that's the good thing about this hobby ...

 

 

good to hear you enjoy my build

 

Best,

Michiel


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Nice to meet you on this forum too Michiel !

 

As you know, I've followed this build closely on a dutch forum. I'm still impressed by the amount of detail you add to the ship.


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Thanks Arjan, I actually started on this forum, and Jack and Jan dragged  ;)  me over to the Dutch one as well...


Edited by Michiel, 16 February 2013 - 10:19 PM.

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Truly increadible!  The detail is amazing.  The interiors and lighting effects are an inspiration.  Thanks for sharing!!


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Michiel,

 

Reposting has not tarnished this at all. It's a wonderful build.



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Thanks guys, your words are much appreciated,

 

I started painting the underwatership yesterday, there may be some updates later this week.

 

Best,

Michiel


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The underwaterschip is now painted:

 

hull17a.jpg

 

I see now on the picture that some corrections are still in order :mellow:

 

the bow:

 

hull17b.jpg

 

and the first work on the second gundeck:

 

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Have fun,

Michiel


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Hi Michiel,

 

Looking good, but shouldn't the schaarstokken around the main hatch touch each other sideways?

 

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Thanks Jan,

 

We just had a many page discussion on the schaarstokken... including comments from Ab,

 

But I think your right in all drawings of pinas's they do, the thing is that the hatch is rather large here, I stick to Ketting and with the batteries there I can't make it smaller. The distance between the main schaarstokken is now ~7 feet, and with that is fits nicely around the other hatches and the anker spill. So it's a bit of a compromise..

 

Best,

Michiel


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