giampieroricci

L'Amarante by giampieroricci - 1749 French Corvette scale 1:30

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Very nice planking job Sir.

Do you use small pieces of carton to prevent the nails marring the wood when holding the planks down (picture Amarante646.jpg)?

 

Remco

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Glampleroricci: I just stumbled upon your build. Fantastic! I really like the look of your timber. What kind of wood are you using? Pear and ebony? Apple? Bravo!!!!!

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thank you, friends, for your appreciation!

 

@Remco: yes, it's just like you said: in this way, I have the necessary space, after having removed the small cardboard,  to cut off the head of the nail

 

@uss frolick: for my work I'm using pear wood for carpentry and planking, ebony wood for everything that is black and boxwood for the moldings. Probably I will use maple wood for the planking of the bridge but I'm not sure yet....!  :)

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Beautiful model, very nice work!
In case you have not noticed: a lot of photos on pages 5 and 6 are not visible. It would be nice if you could re-post them.

 

Klaus

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I tried an idea to remedy the problem of nailing garlands that does not conform to the drawings of the monograph, which some friends I have pointed out:

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Then I had a strange idea that in the end I think it has given the desired results:

I tried to build the pins with washer using brass wire of 0.6 mm and thin brass sheet from which I got the tiny washers

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grande Giampiero

 

ti trovo anche qua, che bello  :D  :D  :D

lavoro stupendo da certosino

 

 

big Giampiero
 
I find you even here, how nice
wonderful job cobbler

Giorgio

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