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kees de mol

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About kees de mol

  • Birthday 07/29/1981

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    http://www.modelfishingships.blogspot.com

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    Katwijk (Holland)
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    Model Ship Building
    Sea Fishing

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  1. This primer is a spraycan paint from Motip. After this I will use an airbrush with compressor and Vallejo-paint to finish in the right colours. Cheers
  2. New progress on the herringlugger. I started to finish the outside of the hull with thousands of 'fake' rivets. For these rivets I used some glue or paint for clothes. I also gave the hull a solid layer of primer to seal the rivets. In reality the ship would have more, much more rivets but I keep it this way. Iam afraid more rivets will do more harm then good. Now I have the idea off a riveted hull without turning it into a hedgehog or something. I am also starting to sealize that this ship take much more time than the smaller models that i built earlier. It seems like evything takes twice as much time. But fortunately the challenge remains great and I enjoy the building of the model and the thinking out of everything. Thanks for watching, commenting and hitting the like button. (Updates will take a bit longer in the future. After working as a volunteer now since January with elderly people with dementia, I got a job as a student nurse at a big healthcare organization. This after more than six years of being not capable of working because of my bad health. The training will start in february. I thank my wife, my friends and God (and offcoarse the elderly people for stealing my heart😍) for these opportunities after so long being sick)
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    Gondola by AntonyUK

    Interesting build!
  4. beautifull work. I like the way you made the figure
  5. Some of the pictures (or maybe all of them) I could look at for hours. Watching the beautifull sculpted golden ornaments I'm wondering... Are your hands also made of gold? Your feathered assistant? Is that a good combo? I once had a feathered assistant and she "LOVED" paper and card! She was like a paper shredder and ripped every piece of paper in tiny pieces. Hope your assistent is better trained☺️ kind regards, Kees
  6. Thank you for this beautifull building report of this very interesting merchant ship. Also interesting are your unconventional ways of building. I like it how you find a way to build everything. Keep up the good work! Kind regard, Kees
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    MONTAÑES by montanes

    Very impressive. The wooden joints are very beautifull to watch!
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    Chebece 1750 by Forlani Daniel

    Very Impressive work! I love to see how you work with the wood and tools and I thank you for the very instructive pictures. Kind regards, Kees ps. Dirk, any Dutch roots? Your name is very common in Holland
  9. I made the blocks on the bow for lowering the mast while the crew shoots the gilnets. I bought a metal-black set to blacken the brass. I really like the finish And some openings for lines And the crew in a coat of primer
  10. outstanding result. I especially like the way the sloop is placed next to the ship.
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    Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    Dutch sidetrawler KW49 Antje build from scratch in polystyrene scale 1/75
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    Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    Dutch beamtrawler KW88 Pelikaan scale 1/75 build from scratch in glassfiber and polystyrene

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