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artitec3

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About artitec3

  • Birthday 07/06/1974

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    Sežana, Slovenia
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    railway modelling and ship modelling, reading, theatre and film

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  1. Hi. Here's a model I built a few years ago. You have my permission to use these images on Facebook. And thank you for promoting our wonderful hobby. Rafael. Paranza Adriatic Fishing Boat 1:25 Scale An Italian boat which is typical of the central Adriatic and was widely used at one time in the area between the mouth of the Savio and the Gargano. Specifications: Scale 1:25 Length: 340mm Height: 510mm Part No: SM045
  2. The Mursia book is in Italian. And I see Zoran from MarisStella has it in his library as well.
  3. Found another one that should help: Luciano Keber - Traditional boats of the Croatian Adriatic, ISBN 953-6568-10-1.
  4. http://leut2.leut-krk.hr/leut2wordpress/ This page should prove inspiring. The guy is an expert. MarisStella's kits are indeed very well thought-out. I'm going to continue building their Pelig model this summer. Oh, additional information can be found in Mario Marzari's book Trabaccoli e Pielghi by Mursia. Try Mursia.com. Great build, read through your log this afternoon. Regards, Rafael.
  5. Thanks Piet, I'm glad you like ti. Rafael.
  6. This one's next. http://www.marisstella.hr/gotovi_modeli_galery.php?id=124&tip=2
  7. Paranza Adriatic Fishing Boat 1:25 Scale An Italian boat which is typical of the central Adriatic and was widely used at one time in the area between the mouth of the Savio and the Gargano. Specifications: Scale 1:25 Length: 340mm Height: 510mm Part No: SM045
  8. Wonderful, Elmir. Will study your build log when I have the time. Thanks for sharing!
  9. Ya, you fix the parts in position with Play-Doh (or a similar compound) and then apply glue.
  10. Kevin, you might consider getting a Hold and Fold (thesmallshop.com) or an Etch Mate (misiionmodels.com) bending tools. Also, I suggest you spray paint the etchings BEFORE folding as it is far easier to touch-up paint after folding than it is to paint these tiny etchings when already formed. Keeping the folded etchings in position could be achieved by using a moldable material like Play-Doh molding compounds, then applying CA and removing Play-Doh. It worked for me. Just suggesting. Am following with great interest. All the best, Rafael.
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