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Hello everyone, Dear friends,let me introduce my model of Spanish galleon 1607 building log(actually I'd like to position it as galleon of Great Armada, so instead of maker name Spanish galleon 1607,I call it Spanish galleon 1588 ) I've started to assemble this model long time ago- 2009,due to lack of time building goes extremely slowly, can do it 2-3 month per year , and only during this "season ",last two months I finally reached "rigging" and started rigging spritsail ...for me it is most interesting part of this kit assembling! During assembling hull,in the begining, I
Hi everyone! This is my next build after finishing The Mayflower, which you can see in the Gallery here. I started this build already a while ago, back in 2012. Life circumstances caused me to give it a break in an early stage. However, with my life in order (more or less) and no other project going on (I put my Renommee idea on hold for now and next in line is then anyway the Hollandsee Zweedekker). The ship is the replica of a Spanish treasure galleon, ´The Neptune´ for the 1984 movie "Pirates" by Roman Polanski. This built is an excursion int
Hello every body. I discovered this forum a year ago doing airfix sovereign of the seas , which was my first ship build. I started few years ago ww2 tanks and warplanes, ww1 planes and ww 1-2 battleships. This is my second build of a sail ship and it will be a custom thing, Im pretty sure when I was a kid I attempted one of these galleons buy never finished and lost the kits due to some moving around. Alright I started last week here are some first pics. Im new to ships dont know the names of things Here s the kit and whats been done so far. 1. Drill cannon ports out for lower
This is my first build log here in Model Ship World, but it is about a plastic ship model that I have already been working on for about three and a half years. I may have have many years to go on the project, because I am only working on it here and there and I am doing some modifications as well, which add time. First, some background information. As a child and teenager, I built a number of plastic models. Some of my favorites were plastic sailing ships, and I still have a couple of them that I built over 30 years ago: I also tried to build the Monogram 1:120 USS