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  1. Production of the storage barrels in the individual work steps. Although I didn't fill the entire storage room with it. The ballast stones should actually be a bit smaller and more rounded, but I didn't get them anywhere. Also works like that. Gerard Delacroix once wrote to me, Ballast stones were roughly the size of a walnut. Ballast stones were mixed thoroughly with grinding ground sa an adhesive, and filled up between the individual barrels. Karl
  2. Here is the link to the homepage of Ivan Trtanj. http://www.historische-schiffsmodelle.com Karl
  3. Hello Gaetan, in your photo does the ruder blade consist of four parts? Optical Ilusion? G. Delacroix wrote to me, only in three parts. Karl
  4. Hello Siggi, why the cannon-tulip in red? I haven't seen that anywhere else. Weshalb die Kanonen - Tulpe in Rot? Ich habe das sonst noch nirgendwo gesehen. regards Karl
  5. Hello and thanks to everyone for their kind comments. Orlop Deck, Dividing walls and pumps-shaft installed. I leave the shaft partly open to show the pumps and the cannonball shaft with its three diffrent calibres. First gun deck, partially planked to show the substructure. Next I will probably install the ballast stones and storage barrels. Karl
  6. Thanks to everyone for the kind comments. Orlop - Deck Beam construction installed. Karl
  7. Hi Thomas, a very nice model. Thanks for your link. Thanks also to Gaetan for the link to the model. Regards Karl
  8. Hello Dziadeczek. You build the same model in 1/48 scale. Under which link can I find your construction report / photos? regards Karl
  9. Hello, I made mistake while building the rudder blade or did not read or understand the drawing correctly. Why, see information from Gerard Delacroix. Karl
  10. To all model building friends, Question and request, does anyone have documents, photos, pictures of that Model / Ship LE CENTAURE 1782 ? I would be very grateful for any information. Karl
  11. The conversion / dismantling / demolition, will probably take some time. The plan drawings of the rear view are not congruent. Karl
  12. Hello model building friends. After completing the "ROYAL CAROLINE", the question arose, what now? The solution is the already existing "74 GunShip" section. The pictures show the current state of construction. I will have to make some changes to the rear/mirror first because I decided it must be the "LE CENTAURE 1782" . A big help in the constructionof this model, especially in the interior, will be Gaetan Bordeleau with his 74 GunShip model. Karl
  13. Hi Greg, link to my website: https://c.web.de/@357488279966194296/ocaMLvoTQ2Ost8fNe0cU8Q
  14. Completion of the model. During the construction report, I did without explanation / working methods etc. , because I thing the photos say more than a lot of words. All pictures during the construction phase can also be seen on my hompage. Many thanks to Mike for helping with the construction of the frames. Thanks again to everyone for the kind comments and likes. Karl Part 26 / Finish
  15. Construction of the anchors. Karl Part 25
  16. Hello Johann, a wonderful job of yours. I am always enthusiastic about your model and the precise execution. Question, you have colored the ratlines? Ivan Trtanj told me once that the ratlines, although standing rigging, were never paved. (Google Translator) Hallo Johann, eine wunderschöne Arbeit von dir. Ich bin immer wieder begeistert von deinem Modell und der präzisen Ausführung. Frage, hast du die Webleinen gefärbt? Ivan Trtanj erklärte mir mal, daß die Webleinen (obwohl stehendes Gut) nicht gefärbt (geteert) waren. Grüsse Karl
  17. Thank you for the kind comments. Update Rudder system and various railings installed. I saved the most difficult section, the bow section, at the end. I will not install the cannons on this model, but the eight gun-carriages (Lafette) are mounted. Karl

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