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  1. Good morning Try positioning deck on the model and preparing upper deck and kitchen for cutting. Regards Valter Try fit upper deck
  2. Good morning Try positioning deck on the model and preparing upper deck and kitchen for cutting. Regards Valter Try fit upper deck
  3. Good morning Try positioning deck on the model and preparing upper deck and kitchen for cutting. Regards Valter
  4. Ok, final aspect, now start with other side 👍 .... work on the deck continues ...
  5. Thanks for visit my wip John, tour model is very beautiful! I choose thread for caulking for realistic aspect, hope to reach a good result. 👍 Hal deck completed and apply Fusaggine for aged aspect
  6. Thanks for visit my wip John, tour model is very beautiful! I choose thread for caulking for realistic aspect, hope to reach a good result. 👍
  7. Tables made from strips of Tanganika 1x3mm, assuming the original board with a length of 20 feet at the table, the 1/72 scale imposes a length of about 84mm...
  8. Stern, modified with respect to what was proposed by the Amati plans, inspired by Bellona
  9. Front bulkhead to be coated and decorated, with framework for service rooms (cacatoi)
  10. Beams of the upper deck of the cannons glued in position and keyed with 1x1mm walnut
  11. Keel and frames cut from a sheet of aeronautical birch plywood, 8 layers. Glue with Titebond and positioned lower deck.
  12. Hello, I would like to take part in this adventure, always fascinated by everything concerning Admiral Nelson, especially the vessels he commanded, the Vanguard, employed by Nelson in the battle of the Nile is one of those that most attract my attention .. Follow photos of the progress of construction. Good vision. Valter

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