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boris279

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About boris279

  • Birthday 03/20/1970

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  1. Finished all the lower decks and coal hatches, up to the last part of the puzzle. The back deck, witch will be complicated, because of all the deck housings and other small stuff.
  2. Thanks for the thumbs up and kind words. Update: Finished the other 2 decks of the gun citadel. And made some of the windows Also made the coal hatches in the decks. And did some work on the front deck. Below a few pictures, telling more than words..
  3. Gentlemen thanks for the thumbs up. Finished the first part of the planking of the decks, quite a puzzle, but i am happy with the result,I'll Do not know exactly if the pattern used for the planking is correct, looked at a lot of pictures from other models of the Scharnhorst and not 1 is the same, So i decided to choose for this pattern, not the easiest way to go, But the easiest way is not my way
  4. After some studying of some pictures, I decided that below the chain run was a wooden dek. And not steel/ iron So I decided to remake everything again from wood.
  5. And today I received a unexpected visit of the building inspector, to see if everything goes by the rules. After the necessary "threats" I received the Ok to continue my building activities.
  6. Gentlemen, Thanks for the thumbs up. Finished the Linoleum Puzzle 🙂 So now I can start with the wooden decks.
  7. Still working on my puzzle,and as with a real puzzle keeping the most difficult pieces for the last.
  8. Finished all the portholes, doors and windows on the hull. Also made the recess In the hull for the spare anchor. Started with the bridge deck to make the linoleum floor with brass strips. Below a few pictures
  9. Nicolás, The part marked on the picture is a torpedo tube The scharnhorst was equipped with four 45 cm submerged torpedo tubes, One was mounted in the bow, one on each broadside and the fourth was placed in the stern.
  10. Started with the bulls eyes Turned them out of brassrot on my lathe. Coated them with a clearcoat of lacquer, Placed them and filled them with Kristal clear liquid glad. Below a few pictures for the impression.
  11. Update Thanks for the thumbs up ! Spray painted the Hull in RAL 7000 and 7001 and spray painted the waterline. Leave the paint to rest for a few days In the meantime I will start to make the bulls eyes on my lathe. Below a few pictures for the impression.
  12. This is the rear of the Scharnhorst, there you can clearly see the torpedo tube.

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