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Hellmuht Schrader

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About Hellmuht Schrader

  • Birthday 11/13/1961

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    Medellin - Colombia
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    Wood ship building - Scratch

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  1. Mark I just realized your question. My mistake. they were used for so many porpoises. 1. they were the longboats of big/line ships 2. were used to do many maneuvers with anchors, crew transportation and so 3. When they were decorated and adapted like a “luxury” boat, they were called Falúa and were used like a private transportation boat for high rank officers or royal family yes the length of this boat was like 11-12 mts regards
  2. G Good Morning Today I'll show you how I made "The Pedrero" First.... I made it in wood. This is going to work to form the mold Second....... I use Clay to make the first half Third........ I use high temperature Silicone..... The firs half is ready. I use the first half to replace the clay and repeat the process to make the second half. With a really sharp knife I do the little channels to evacuate the air at the time of the foundry. As demolding agent I use a common powder. The the foundry using a pewter kind metal Aging Process And instalation
  3. Hello all long time not publishing. Here w go...... The Spanish long boat is already finished. I would like to share with you my work. First the roof
  4. Here we are again. Long time not coming back but a lot of advances have been made After 6 attemps, the final benches were in place Gunwale Oar guides And finally the Oars That's it for now
  5. Hello These plans are part of bigger project, the one that Jose Collado is working on in this Foro. Spanish 68-gun ship of 1752 by Isidro - plans of Isidro Rivera and construction by Jose Collado Isidro will have the plans once the 68 is ready to go. Regards
  6. But...... Not everything is going smooth....... I found this big mistake This need to be corrected. With Heat, water and a little vises ...... this was the result
  7. Hello all After reviewing the Compass Rose, i realized that: The color contrast is not good The size is going to be a problem in the future So....in the same way that this building process has been going I decided to repet it. With the same idea I install a liz flower in the back of the officers place As well as the bench floor frame

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