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Ondras71

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About Ondras71

  • Birthday 03/30/1971

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  1. Thank you for the likes.. O. Hull on the stand reinforced .. Installation of the internal boards continues.. Railing edges aligned..
  2. Greetings from the Czech Republic. Your first model is simpler, you start well. I keep my fingers crossed for the construction!! Ondras
  3. It is better not to believe the kit than to believe. Better to measure three times!! I keep my fingers crossed for the result!! Ondras
  4. Continuation.. Adjusted cannons according to historical background.. In combination with the Dutch Lafette ..
  5. Thank you for the compliment Ab Hoving! We got into a fight, we have to fight.. Continuation. Main deck base.. The sides of the hull inside..
  6. Greetings YankeeD. For such a good construction I would prefer keeping the shape of gunports hinges ... O. http://www.otteblom.nl/tekeningen/tekeningen/24-00-07.pdf/
  7. Greetings Ab. I have read your documents carefully and I must say that you are doing a very good job. All forums discuss the quality of plans. Especially whether to build only according to them as the rules of competitions state or to modify the model according to the rules of history. I'm building a Dutch ship according to a book Risse von Schiffen des 16./17. Jahrhunderts and I myself have found discrepancies in the plan and I'm trying to improve them. Unfortunately, the shape of the hull is elementary and can't be adjusted. Thank you very much for your messages and contributions, I'm looking forward to reading more. Ondra
  8. Thank you again Peter Cane. Your words are encouraging!! For smoothing clean shapes I created shaped tools and used a belt sander.. Varnish for wooden pores..🎨 O.
  9. I warmly recommend.. O. https://www.hismodel.com/lodni-haky-3mm/tl-0-3mm/12ks
  10. Thank you Peter Cane, I am still learning as well .. I continue lining colored strips, Using discarded planks with poor grain of wood.. Still loose Wales .. Putty..
  11. Aligned height of the main deck ribs.. Finished base of the stern with the upmost deck..
  12. Drilled holes for the klinkbout.. The model rotated on its stand.. Broken off the rest of the construction ribs and modified the railings' shape..
  13. Working on klinkbout. Here Dutch type, reconstruction Zeven Provincien .. Modified nails 0,7 mm .. wales test..

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