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Archicar

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About Archicar

  • Birthday 12/14/1975

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    Portsmouth, uk England
  • Interests
    Model Kits, Plastic and wooden.. Work !! (have to to fund ship building) but before all this is my wife and kids. without them i would not be here. :) Reading non important information. lol

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  1. Hi fellow builders, thanks to everyone that stops by, Although i have now moved, and doing all the fun bits needed to make a loving home 😂, i have yet to contine with my build, it will continue soon, probably early 2019😣😥
  2. Hey sam, grats on wedding plans, missed that when i read that post. (Just checked mail,, invite not here yet) lol Best of luck to you both, 👍👏
  3. Hey Sam, Indeed it does now even worse, now we are moving. She is all boxed up ready for the move., How ever the Enterprise is small enough to move in the car I would say about 6 months until she is unboxed, I will be working on other small parts as we wont move for about 8-12 weeks but slowly boxing things so we shell see.
  4. Been a long while since a good update. RL getting in the way with a new job. But back for a while as we are moving. Going to be doing a little bit more on the for stays, then it will be boxed until the move Ratlines 99% Complete.. Worked on the Mizzen stay and the Main Stay.....
  5. fantastic planking. per I would not plate the hull looking like that. love how you have a mix of colours in the wood. really stands out
  6. Hey Nothing has really happened in months due to my work load and working away... I have how ever added a picture ready for Christmas Hope everyone has a great Christmas and New Year. TC
  7. Bertu, Your build is coming along great, Love the wood work so fare will be a shame if your going to paint it..... Robert. LOL That's Not a problem help your self. everything is to be shared.
  8. Part one Hello All, Thanks for the comments and Likes, as always very much appreciated. Visited HMS Victory today. Took a few picture Have put hem herein case anyone want to make reference or just look. With a few polite words to staff ( I building this great ship, Look here is a few pictures), got a few off limit areas. ( Even got to see Nelsons Bathroom. lol)
  9. Hello All, Thanks for the comments and Likes, as always very much appreciated. Rigging from Jib boom via Dolphin I searched how that to do with this rigging as i could not figure it out, So by asking a few questions. came up with, Drilling out 5mm Dead-eye, Lost a few on the way but, most made it, not the easiest This is how I have see a few pictures on Net how how I like the look of and how this has ended up I have also Been working on Anchors
  10. Hello All, Thanks for the comments and Likes, as always very much appreciated. well things are moving along very nice and a steady pace. As the wife is away i have the place to ones self, 🤐 so i thought i would sit back watch some tv and do a few small parts ( no cleaning up yet). Anchors, well this has baffled me at the moment, as instructions said reference plan sheet 5, i have been though most sheets and not found any info on Anchors, and even the rigging of then.. is anyone able to shed a bit of light on this.?
  11. Hello All, Thanks for the comments and Likes, as always very much appreciated. Well Been a few months since the last update, I have Completed (almost) Lines, Fore and aft, Starbordside atm. Could not be bothered at the moment to do the main mast lines. (Fore )I could make a few improvement, as this side is not the viewing side. Hard part was making sure lines are same length and level. (Aft- Starboard) Really Happy how these lines came out.

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