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HMS Victory cross section by Kostas - Corel

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I have always wanted  to build a cross section, and since my next build will be HMS victory, so I have chosen corel's Victory and corel's victory cross section in 1:98 scale.

I 've been told, that corel's kit is quite old and in some parts outdated.

some pictures from cargohold, I have added pump house, shot holder621866010_cargohold01.thumb.jpg.3920aa0b1d2696fee6fe3c34b5e7c046.jpg1150554619_cargohold02.thumb.jpg.c256e11ef16c655ae0b42b5a75c0debc.jpg927089019_cargohold03.thumb.jpg.905f78b02e1a0dd2736e166c395d4728.jpg and hull ribs



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after finishing hull rib, and install pump house etc, I made a mistake and I had to remove it

I had to rebuild it again, but it was very hard to put it again where it was, so I cut it in two parts and tried to install it

as it shown in picture there are gaps. Those gaps will be not shown when is finished because of the rocks I will place in cargohold1465555660_missedhullribs.thumb.jpg.b5a78954fed713d1177c3af089404b90.jpg

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Orlop deck


I have decided not to use treenails for the orlop deck, but I will the 'rule of 4" for the deck planking (as I used this rule for the hull planking)


the cabin above the pump house, with a door half open

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browsing erebus and terror build log, I have decided to install crates right beside the entry ports226145621_middledeck04.thumb.jpg.dc19618d73f3af22d83f83870fcd3fc8.jpg


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I have modified the stairs, I have trimmed the vertical base of the step to look thinner and I have rounded the steps


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