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Ferit KUTLU

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About Ferit KUTLU

  • Birthday 01/01/1965

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    İstanbul, TURKEY

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  1. Hi Denis, Thank you for your kind words. You are very productive... Me, at least 10 years have passed, I am working still on this ship... Who says modelling is an expensive hobby?! 1000 $ / 10 years / 12 months = 8 $... Only 8 $ per month... Unbelievable!... 😁
  2. Hi B.E. I'm familiar with your level of craftsmanship and knowledge from the days of your super work HMS Pegasus. I am sorry for the confusion. ☹ Confusing two magnificent works could be forgiven. It would be embarrassing if one was good and the other was a bad one. It's a mess, but yours is no different than the other. In those days, Bowsprit could be both in the middle and removable. To lose an extra cannon just because of the shape was strange to me...
  3. Super net, clean work BE... I don’t understand why they had not fixed the bowsprit on the middle to provide equal room on each side... 1/7 is a big ratio...
  4. Hi, Thank you Mark for your comment and for the Likes... The main process on the anchors and the buoys were finished...
  5. Hi Johann, May I learn how you tied that knot? ( I cannot see the other side) Thank you.
  6. Hi, I took a break from the boring tying ratlines and I made a trial for a buoy... Imitation of the rigging came from the last picture.
  7. Hi Michael, I had seen how to make a barrel in a Log. But I don't remember where it is. 10 pieces of wood are cut as a longitudinal triangle profile. They are assembled radially. Then they are shaped on a lathe as a barrel. The lower and upper sections of each piece of the ten are narrow and the middle abdomen is wider. Then a circular cap is fixed.
  8. @ Michael Thank you Michael, for your nice support words as usual... @ Hamilton Hi Hamilton, I'm glad to see you again my friend. You're so kind as always. Thank you for your comment and likes. As time goes by, I slow down. I wish I can finish it. When I look back I am amazed how I've done so much things. I think I couldn't do it if it were now...
  9. Hi, Dave leaded me to his topic Masthead Trucks where I found the solution and I applied it to all masts having flag. And I finished and fixed the stern flag mast... The choosen is 3 a - b

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