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  1. Hello, Dear ship modelers! My name is Kudin Andrey. I was born and grew up in Ukraine, now I live in Israel. I am pleased to be among you, because I am building a model of a beautiful ship. Construction began here: MODELS WORLD Then I continued building here: ВЕРФЬ НА СТОЛЕ (Verf na stole) At some point, I had an interest in video building on YUTUB: LE FLEURON (YouTube) At the moment, the channel has a number of series from ...FILM 1... to ...FILM 71 Understanding that not everyone speaks Russian, I CORRECT the subtitles (creeping line) so that I can be understood in other countries ... All you have to do is translate the subtitles language in the settings under video. I am interested in communication with the viewer and knowledgeable people, because this will help me build a model! I will inform you about the release of new series and, I hope, it will be interesting to you ... And in order to prove that I am not a shoemaker, I offer some photos of the model ... Thank you!
  2. hi to everybody I have understood that the my old topic has gone lost. I will try to put again all the photos of my job. and I will make the index around first page if I succeed there. Le Fleuron French vessel from 1729 64 guns. drawings of Gerard Delacroix publishing by ANCRE model in scale 1:24 wood of pear with friendship Giorgo Flenghi alias rekon54
  3. hi all. many of the photos above, are in: https://picasaweb.google.com/rareifer/LeFleuronEnConstruccion
  4. I have a copy of what appeared on MSW. I do not think that putting it back page by page, image by image is the fastest solution. If there would be a section where parts of the ex-forum could be include, I would be more than happy to put a copy. For the moment, I tried to make a big picture of previous work, but I should try with another program. The next update will be for the actual build: Le Fleuron built completely in cherry.
  5. This project represents the exposition consisting of three models of a bronze 24-pound gun of Le Fleuron 1729, M 1:24. Idea of the project - to show model options in development - from gun model to battle station: - The gun located on a fragment of the deck (No. 1); - The gun located on a fragment of the deck with a board and some artillery accessories (No. 2); - Battle station including a gun with roofing felts and accessories to firing, fragments of two decks, a board fragment with gun port and a cover (No. 3). In an exposition I used c little changes two constructed before the http://modelshipworld.com/index.php?/topic/454-24-pdr-bronze-gun-le-fleuron-1729-by-garward-m-124/ http://modelshipworld.com/index.php?/topic/1666-24-pdr-bronze-gun-le-fleuron-1729-by-garward-m-124-second-version/ and also I constructed new model of the gun (No. 1) located on a fragment of the deck. Each of models is established on own support, in an exposition of model are united by the general stand. I began this project with http://modelshipworld.com/index.php?/topic/1666-24-pdr-bronze-gun-le-fleuron-1729-by-garward-m-124-second-version/ -I added the electrified lamp. The lamp is made according to obtained at French on the Arsenal drawings (see poses. 2 on the drawing) that on the scale of M 1:24 gives diameter of cylindrical part of a lamp of 8 mm and height of 11 mm. As a prototype the similar lamp of production of the French modeller of Alain Fosse served. The case and cover of a lamp are made of a brass bar, an insert with an opening under a light-emitting diode - from yellow plexiglas, food elements (2 AAA batteries) are established under a deck flooring, contacts for connection of a lamp are inserted into a seam between levels of a deck flooring.
  6. This project is development (the second version) 24-pound bronze gun of Le Fleuron 1729, M 1:24 http://modelshipworld.com/index.php?/topic/454-24-pdr-bronze-gun-le-fleuron-1729-by-garward-m-124/ constructed before model The model of a gun represents the artillery post consisting of a bronze gun with some accessories, fragments of a board and two decks. The model is made in M 1:24 according to drawings of the monograph Le Fleuron, the trunk of work of Alexey Baranov, part of wooden details - a gun carriage (except axes and aim wedges), beams, frames, gratings are made on a milling cutter with ChPU our Polish colleague Mirek. In this version I tried to consider experience of construction of the first option of this model. I provide some drawings, allowing to make general idea about the project, and also a photo of initial details below.
  7. The gun model represents as a matter of fact battle stations, consisting of a bronze gun with some accessories and board and deck fragments. The model is made in M 1:24 under drawings of monography Le Fleuron (G. Delacroix), the trunk of work of Alexey Baranov, the basic wooden details - a gun carriage (except axes and aim wedges), frames, preparation of boards for a covering are made on a milling cutter with CNC our Polish colleague Mirek. I also have tried to consider experience of the French and Italian colleagues http://5500.forumactif.org/f28-le-fleur...-delacroix http://5500.forumactif.org/f17-artillerie on creation of similar models. At once I want to tell that this the first mine, but not a unique variant of construction of an battle stations, with use of the mentioned details, such variants with various degree of detailed elaboration there is a set and everyone modeller can choose a variant to the taste. Drawings of a 24-pound bronze gun from the monograph

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