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  1. Hi everyone, I'm trying to decide between the Corel Scotland and the OcCre Albatross as my first build. From what I've read, both are pretty good. Does anyone have any strong feelings or reasons I should pick one or the other. My priorities are detail, quality, and instruction quality. I'll definitely start a build log once I make up my mind and buy one. I discovered the hobby by stumbling into a store on my street looking for duct tape and then realizing it's the biggest modelling hobby store in Canada! I've been reading about it since. Thanks for your suggestions!
  2. Supplement kits. It is the first time that we have started to make supplements (after-market) for wooden ship models. And we start it with supplements for OcCre models. The purpose of these kits is to replace those parts of the model which look not to scale or are of poor quality. Generally all supplements are made of pear by means of СNC machine. [OC13600-OS] Supplement for OcCre CORSAIR model Package contents Name plate “Corsair” – 1 pc. Aft decoration – 1 pc. Ornamental curls – 2 pairs. Doors – 2 pcs. Aft and side windows in wooden frames with lattice imitation – 5 pcs. Platesfor side galleries – 2 pcs All these parts are made of pear on СNC machine and replace parts of model which are standard casted and therefore look quite coarse. Accurate open-work parts of this kit add elegance to the ready CORSAIR model. Assembly The name plate, doors, aft decoration and plates for side galleries do not require assembly. After fin-ishing treatment place them into into corresponding positions instead of the parts offered by the kit. You might need to bend the aft decoration so that it fits the aft curve. To do so make several cuts on the back side of the aft decoration The border has to be glued of two symmetrical parts with grooves facing out. Then the border can be placed into its position. Prior to assembling the windows work the glass panes with fine sand paper (#240 and finer) to make them frosted. Fine finish window frames. Cutapieceofveneer (included) into the planks which form lattices and glue them into the grooves on window panes. Insert window panes with lattices into the window frames from from the back. If needed, round the cor-ners a little and sand off the panes’ edges so that they fit flat into the corresponding groove on the frame. As a result you should get the window looking like the one shown on fig. Free shipping Payment - Paypal, Credit Card, Skrill Price - 22USD User guide Corsair en.pdf
  3. Supplement kits. It is the first time that we have started to make supplements (after-market) for wooden ship models. And we start it with supplements for OcCre models. The purpose of these kits is to replace those parts of the model which look not to scale or are of poor quality. Generally all supplements are made of pear by means of СNC machine. [OC12500-OS] Supplement for OcCre ALBATROS model Package contents Name Plate «Albatros» – 1 pc. Door – 1 pc. Deck lights – 4 pcs. Ladder side pieces – 2 pcs. Blank for steps (veneer). All these parts are made of pear on СNC machine and replace parts of model which are standard casted and therefore look quite coarse. Accurate open-work parts of this kit add elegance to the ready ALBATROS model. Assembly Тhe name plate, the door and deck lights do not require assembly. After finishing treatment place them into corresponding positions in-stead of the parts offered by the kit. To make ladder steps cut a piece of veneer (included) into pieces of length and width re-quired. Insert the steps into corresponding grooves on the ladder side pieces, as shown on the picture. Free shipping Payment - paypal, Skrill Price - 12USD User guide Albatros en.pdf
  4. Supplement kits. It is the first time that we have started to make supplements (after-market) for wooden ship models. And we start it with supplements for OcCre models. The purpose of these kits is to replace those parts of the model which look not to scale or are of poor quality. Generally all supplements are made of pear by means of СNC machine. [OC13601-OS] Supplement for OcCre SAN MARTIN model Package contents Name plate “San Martin” - 1 pc. Doors - 4 pcs. Aft and side windows in wooden frames with lattice imitation - 12 pcs. St. Martin figure on horseback - 1 pc. All these parts are made of pear on СNC machine and replace parts of model which are standard casted and therefore look quite coarse. Accurate open-work parts of this kit add elegance to the ready ALBATROS model. Assembly The name plate, doors and aft decoration figure do not require assembly. After finishing treatment place them into corresponding positions instead of the parts offered by the kit. Prior to assembling the windows work the glass panes with fine sandpaper(#240 and finer)to make them frosted. Use the black permanent marker to draw the grid notches on the face of window panes. As soon as the marker ink has dried work the face with the sandpa-per again to remove the excess ink, so that it remains only in the notches of the grid Fine finish window frames. Make a notch across the center of the face of double frames to imitate two neighboring frames. Insert window panes into the window frames from the back. If needed, round the corners a little and sand off the panes’ edges so that they fit flat into the cor-responding groove on the frame. Free shipping Payment - paypal, Skrill Price - 19USD User Guide San Martin en.pdf
  5. Forum Members, I've added a poll topic regarding what kits you may have in your "closet" - trying to figure out a few things with respect to a possible program. I'm not sure if the poll is available so bear with me while I try to leverage Chuck's new set of tools! If it's not working, reply to this post and let me know: How many kits do you have in the closet? (1? 5? A whole buncha kits?) What types / brands are in the closet? (Amati ship kits? Occre Trams? Dumas planes?) What do you think you're going to do with these kits? (Build them! Give 'em away! Sell 'em! Not sure?) Regards, Eric
  6. i dont think i have come acros a build log of this model even on the old site i picked this up on ebay and am awaiting its delivery