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  1. Hello everybody, Some time ago I started building Master Korabel Schooner Polotsk kit but I was too lazy/busy to start a build log here. Finally I decided to go ahead and do it. I'll be posting more often until this build log catches up with the build's current state. I have been precisely following the instructions during the process so far and it has been a smooth ride. 1. I started with assembly of the ship's frame. The desing of this kit's frame is very interesting, it has a HDF plate that splits the frame horizontally. This ensures that all bulkheads and the center keel are perfectly straight and perpendicular to each other: 2. All parts have laser cut notches so it was really easy to bevel them: 3. This is how the frame looks like with all lower bulkheads installed: 4. Finally upper bulkheads and the false deck are installed. Note how the deck overhangs in the stern and how thick the timbers are (these will be cut off later):
  2. Good day Here is simple build OOB of 12 gun brigantine of admiral F.Ushakov from the kit of Russian maker Master Korabel
  3. Hello. This is my first post on MSW. Thank's for You comments, understunding and help. The DB kit is maded in Russia by company Master Korabel(Milanija). They have a line of 7 kits and in this year will appear 2 new kits. This is the 3-rd kit that I build from this company. I dont now if show 2 other builds? If it is interesting, I can open new build logs. Now some words about the kit and content. Kit features: All hull planking and details are laser cut, the marked bevels on frame, a special hull design that compensates the material deformation, detailed photo instruction and drawings, patterns and cloth for the sail sewing and many others. The Master Korabel make a big research work for this model. The model will be 300 mm lenght, 76 mm width and 260 mm height. And now the kit content: Oars Other elements
  4. Hello. I desided to place this build log on MSW for several reasons. Although the model is complete before nearly 6 months, this boat is included in the biggest kits from "Master Korabel", and if build one of them, You will be must build this boat. This is very cheap kit, but You can build very nice separate model. And at least - this is simply, but not very easy to build kit. The parts are very small, must be glued and sanded very precise. It will be very good experience for You. This is my first kit from "Master Korabel" and I love it... Now, what are in package of this small 75 mm lenght boat: The boat planks are laser cutted from the pear wood. The other parts are from the pear too, except the oars. Now let's begin. At first make marks on the plate as shown in the photo. The red color arrows shows the laser marks. The green arrows - my marks by pencil. This will be usefull to place the parts before to glue it. Then removed teh keel parts as the shown from the plate. Then glued keel parts together. Sanded the other parts at an angle, as shown on the photo. How many to sand are wery easy to see. The parts has marks, made by the laser. Then keel and sanded parts are glued together. Regards, Antanas
  5. Hi, In some next weeks I'll must end the another boat build. This is very similar to the 75 mm boat, but the result is slightly different. Of course this is Master Korabel production. The boat are 20 mm longer, have more seats, more frames. But construction is the same as in 75 mm boat. So. I make a short build log. At the first - the kit content: Improved the temporary frames holder, sanded and glued the keel. Glued the last temporary frame in the place. Prepared and glued the temporary frames at the hull bow. And placed the remaining temporary frames in to the holder. When glued the keel. Regards, Antanas
  6. Short overview of building process of the Double boat of Russian Imperor's fleet by Master Korabel. Illustrated instruction can be taken here. http://bulk-share.slickpic.com/album/share/Ez4QDNQ1JNkDhD/8140182.0/800/p/16.jpg http://bulk-share.slickpic.com/album/share/Ez4QDNQ1JNkDhD/8140183.0/800/p/17.jpg http://bulk-share.slickpic.com/album/share/Ez4QDNQ1JNkDhD/8140184.0/800/p/18.jpg

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