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  1. Some more fittings has been dunn, pin rails are in place (not glued yet) I used some scrapp wood for this so it stas at the same hight, the davits is in place, catheads are made (not install yet) and am making new belaying pins also, for this I used some leftovers from chuck's gratings kit (boxvood ) and used dremel to turn them 4 made ,70-80 to go LOL😲 and it small to.... ( and I used some gum back of the scrapp wood so I got my hand free when drilling etc) Svein.erik
  2. Real nice and good look with the rigging 😊 Svein.erik
  3. Thanks, but I havent got the zapon on yet, so I think I will destroying the patina?
  4. Thanks for the liks, Finish the rudder and the Tiller (its not glued on yet ) but I did a horrible mistake on gluing the gudgeons to the hull and it cant be re dunn😲 Not without ripping of copper plates. ... I used wrong glue CA , so am not doing that the nex time 🙈🙈🙈, and also do Not build when you have the man flu .😷I did try ,now you can see how that went 🙊 but a question , Wats the best way to glue the gudgeons to the hull ? Svein.erik
  5. And something else ! I did say erlyer that my nex build is the cheerful, but thats on hold wat am going to start is scratch build the M/S Rogaland its a Coast ship and was buildt in 1929 in Stavanger so it a local ship . I have a meeting nex week with the foundation about the drawings so I can start planing the prodjekt for now I do Not have ide of scale and I my have many questions also😲 If some out there has seen the movie Dunkirk then you have seen the ship. I wil not start a logg for now but I wil do wen I start on the prodjekt nex year. Svein.erik
  6. Thanks everyone for the likes! I did get the zapon in my local store so now am good to go!! Svein.erik
  7. Thanks everyone for the likes and thanks dubz , Peter for the tip😊 I did also some no no (🙊🙈steeling a taco board) from the kit hen now I can turn the model when I need and also have some Items in the taco slots 😊 Svein.erik
  8. Something like this? Its for metal finish. ..
  9. Wooo😉 😱 thanks dubz for the Quick respons befor I realy sendt a pm😊 I wil get zapon !! Svein.erik
  10. Thanks peter😊 And yes thats my nex questions , since it my first copper hull plates wat is the best way to seal and sealer to used ? Svein.erik
  11. Thanks everyone, Here is the finish result of the cradle ☺now I can move farword with the dekk fittings etc!
  12. Making the cradle using boxvood sheet from chuck, 1/8 for now its only dry fittet and need some more love . I also drill a hole in the center of the cradle so the brass tube goes in and the cable is going down to botten. Svein.erik
  13. Spiling the planks are needed and am not a first class planker bu I do try to get there, am using chuck's method lining off the hull ,this I used on my syren and also for my next,and next I yust jump into it and if I fail with a bang I yust start again, for me it was or still is the best way to learn. Its yust wood so it can be replased 😊and do look at chucks models how he planks them, my gol is to be better then him.... LOL 😭 Svein.erik

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