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About Ondras71

  • Birthday 03/30/1971

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  1. left side finished .. hawse holes, waxed..
  2. Very good and clean work! I sink my hat .. O.
  3. Finally, another ship from the turn of the 16th and 17th century. I'll love to keep watching this original construction..
  4. Lower deck drainage. The De Zeven Provincien reconstruction from 1665 has the drainage well portrayed.. I had already drilled the drain slope a long time ago.. The first one...
  5. I also love to look at a metal ship model if it's beautifully created like this ..
  6. Wonderful work !!! The first POF? Surely you have been doing this for many years, that ...? !!!!
  7. Doors were provided with 0.5 mm nails, 0.4 mm for the windows. They're also waxed .. I planked the front wall and placed windows and doors on it .. I wonder, if I should place pins or nails in the front wall aswell.. In addition, I'm preparing to drill holes for the big nails on the wales, they're on the plan but, after a closer look, in the wrong distance.. Of course I am placing the nails (studs) into the ribs, clear logic .. O.
  8. Work on the front wall .. Window and door in wax ..
  9. Hello. Here I stitched the sails according to the dimensions. All you need is an agreement.. O. https://www.hismodel.com/articles-category-23
  10. Small shift. I raised bases of the hips made of overlayed 2 and 1 mm spruce planks. The top edge of the railing has been drawn, polished and painted with adhesive for reliable attachment of the outer planks.. Mirror doors lined with planks... and pins placed..
  11. Hello marsalv. Great start! I'm tense .. O..
  12. Beautiful wooden cladding with pear planks, is not it a shame to cover the color ...? I hold my thumbs to continue building. O.
  13. Thank you very much Hubac s Histian a Backer.. I made a bowsprit.. The first door on the rear wall is fitted to the already used wax.. O.
  14. I think the problem was with starting by following the kit accurately, e.g. wide deck boards and gaps between them. After that, I started studying more. But I'm still happy as it is. I also found out that little would be enough to make the kit more accurate, but the manufacturer probably doesn't want that or it would be too expensive. Thank you very much for your feedback! Ondras71

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