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About Schrader

  • Birthday 11/13/1961

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    Medellin - Colombia
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    Wood ship building - Scratch

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  1. As I promised here the ship in its new home 😟. It is sad to see it finished but it is so rewarding to see it finished 🙃. I’m going to miss you 😔. Ready for next one!!!!
  2. I have it on my list. I got the monography few years ago but I’ve been really scary to start it. the carving 😳 make me cry. congrats!!!! Really well executed
  3. Nop. I tried but it was hard to “stop” the cut un the cross. I did it with scalpel and..... a lot of patience
  4. Here we are again.....progress in the base..... First I made a stone simulation/distribution in the MDF Second I applied the stone-cast on top of it, making sure that the stones joints needed to be marked I installed the wood beams.... Third.... I brought the stone wall and the ship to see how the set is looking..... in the showcase Then. We need to age the stones and start installing the sand..... WE ARE REALLY CLOSE !!!!!!
  5. Really good Idea. I’ll try it next time. What I use to do is to join two pieces of wood with a doble side tape an work on them as they were just one. After you finished it you separate them and you have two identical pieces
  6. Dick What can I say???? Beautiful job!!! A lot of technics and tricks...... I can no wait to see your next job congratulations
  7. Starting the carving...... And.... let see the final result with the capital included...... I could not hold the temptation to see it beside the ship....
  8. Here I am again....... I just decided to add a couple of columns...... In the left one, I’ll go with King Sahure and his wife Meretnebery And in the right one will have god RA (sun god) and god Anubis (tomb guardian)..... Let’s see a little bit of the process.... Now let’s put them together and let’s see how is going to be in our base....
  9. Try with a blind-ribet this “method” is not mine. Take a look in Facebook - Liberto Amate Aguilar. His is a Spanish Modelist. Really good an has a Viking
  10. For the “first” floor I decided to go after a Egyptian shipyard....... this suppose to be the “original” It was not found in the Sahure tomb. It was found in a Tomb named “The Mastaba of Ty”. Also from the fifth dynasty. I took the first picture imported it to Autocad scaled it and....boom.... With a carbon paper I copied it in the wall..... And started the carving process..... Once I finished (one week later..., or at least I thought I finished.... this is the result Then the oc
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