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About igorcap

  • Birthday 10/03/1962

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    Ukraine , Poltava
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    shipmodelling , 3D

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  1. Thank you! Model is being built by another modeller, I just made drawings and I produce individual parts for it. Here are a few views of models, but there show a late version of pump
  2. The pump of early version for model of Royal yacht Queen Victoria. Made of steel, industrial-grade blacking and corrosion protection. Scale 1/32
  3. Historical lifeboats reconstruction, based on sketches, pictures, drawings, real boats, etc. with further construction of pear using CNC. Completed boats: 22ft gig (192mm) and 10ft yawl (100mm) Scale 1:32 Material: pear All parts are CNC-ed Accurate imitation of real clinker planking Without coating (varnish and other)
  4. Reconstruction of decor and production of elements from wood.
  5. Sorry, I did not receive a notification in time. I postponed this project, I was busy, but now I want to return to it There are no original drawings. I used the drawings of HMS PEREGRINE GALLEY. The rest of the information from original model
  6. I was asked to make drawings on a scale of 1:20. The full dimensions of the model 370 X 120 X 340 mm were obtained. Only 8 sheets of A2 format in PDF format for self-printing in copy center. Preview sheets and a full-size drawing fragment for quality assessment is attached. Who are interested - write in a personal.
  7. 3D model of botik (boat) St.Nicolas ( boat of Tsar Peter 1st) are finished. Accurate reconstruction from dimensional drawings and photos of real botik from Maritime Museum in St. Petersburg. Drawings are ready.

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