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svein erik

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  1. Ok. Am starting this log because I have deside to build this steam cutter , am still working on the plans , in 1:48 scale this ship vil be about 105 cm long and about 20 cm wide the hull wil be made of wood and planking , the orginal is steel but I wil use silver tape for the steel plating with nails. there wil also be alot of metal sheets to soldering . for now I orderd the book, us.coast guard and revenue cutters 1790-1935.by Donald L.Canney and orded som birchwood plywood for the frame (6mm) Here is the first photo of my big prodjekt Svein.erik
  2. Hi am starting with chuck's cheerful, the boxwood version I wil use chuck's yellow cedar for this prodjekt and also use chuck spilling metod with lining off hull. am working on the frames and at this time is dry fittet. started also with the boxwood keel parts Svein.erik
  3. Thanks everyone for the liks Still going strong here! dunn the rudder,well its on now and the rudder pendant also , I stole dubz ide for this, (sorry dubz) The stern ports lidt is on .... I do have another prodjekt to make, my dotter is Soon 15 years so in may se is going to have her confimation So se want me to make all the names for the famly party on glass. I made nr 1 of 30+ Svein.erik
  4. Thanks for the liks everyone, am doing the headrails constructing and I made all the parts of boxvood. The top rails is not glued yet , I think I need to get dow inside there to make the small timbers. I think this is going to be a pain in the ***😲 its not like chuck's but its fine with me! here is the headrails constructing at this point. Svein.erik
  5. OMG..😊 its a beauty, no mistake here.... maby i have to build more ships befor i do the winni?? i do like the binder clips ide because i dont like all the scrap wood to hold.(this i wil use ) svein.erik
  6. I final get the zaponlack on the hull plates, so I dont have to turn the model more😉 and I have to try one more time to see if the light on board work, yes it did 😊
  7. LOL😂 chuck need to have more in the shop😲 Tanks for the comments and I learn new tings every day thanks to all the builders on this site😊 Svein.erik
  8. Thanks for the liks, my last photo is a test rigging of the corronades! Svein.erik
  9. Thanks everyone for the liks and comments 😊 breech line are finish for the corronades and used brown tread sizeing . I can now get the photo out , no error 200😃 So here it is !!
  10. It Seems to be error 200 here to I try to edet but it diddent work,so I have to wait and see😴😴 Svein.erik
  11. thanks for all th likes😊 i have started also to rigg the breech line for the corronadas. i have tested the color for the sizing and i deside to use dark brown so i can get a contrast color. here is a photo of the light and dark color. 😲😲😲 the photo has to wait... some problem with uploading svin-erik
  12. You can also use aluminiums tape/strip inside the tube to hold parts together Svein.erik
  13. Exelent wook , am waiting for this frame kit to Come out 😃 Svein.erik
  14. This is wat I dunn so far on the headrails constructing the figure is not finish painting, working with boxvood is wery good for this task😊

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