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75mm boat by antanasp - FINISHED - Master Korabel - SMALL - Scale 1: 72, Russian fleet boat


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   Hello. I desided to place this build log on MSW for several reasons. Although the model is complete before nearly 6 months, this boat is included in the biggest kits from "Master Korabel", and if build one of them, You will be must build this boat. This is very cheap kit, but You can build very nice separate model. And at least - this is simply, but not very easy to build kit. The parts are very small, must be glued and sanded very precise. It will be very good experience for You. This is my first kit from "Master Korabel" and I love it...

 

   Now, what are in package of this small 75 mm lenght boat:

 

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  The boat planks are laser cutted from the pear wood. The other parts are from the pear too, except the oars.

 

Now let's begin. At first make marks on the plate as shown in the photo. The red color arrows shows the laser marks. The green arrows - my marks  by pencil.   This will be usefull to place the parts before to glue it.

 

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  Then removed teh keel parts as the shown from the plate. Then glued keel parts together. Sanded the other parts at an angle, as shown on the photo. How many to sand are wery easy to see. The parts has marks, made by the laser. Then keel and sanded parts are glued together.

 

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Regards, Antanas

 

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   Edges of the some temporary frames must be sanded at the some angle. They have laser marks too. I do it very carefuly, because the temporary frames are very breakable. Remember this, if You will build this model.

 

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In this kit are used temporary frames and they holder. At the first I checked the holder.

 

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And I decided to do some improvements.

 

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Now I can use my self maded vise. I made it from some pieces of aliuminium, plywood and threaded steel road. As the clamp I used the old photo camera clamp. It is very useful for working with the small parts, because I can fix the vise at any angle.

 

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Regards, Antanas

 

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   The 12 frame glued to the keel. I corrected it's position some times, until it stay in the right place. And glued the keel to the temporary frames. The glue applied only in the keel notch. Then ad the stringers. They glued only to the keel at the bow and to the 12 frame.

 

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Sanded transom and glued to the keel and stringers.

 

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Now the time to remove the pear strips from the plate. This strips will be the boat frames. The strips are very small and I used for its bending plastic bag, some water and microwave. My cat Silver verify whether all is well done. 3 minutes in the microwave and done. Now bended with fingers and glued. Glue is applied only to the keel and the top of the frames.

 

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The last 3 strips are more short, from stringers to the top of the frame, and  glued only to the top of the frame.

 

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And the used glue.

 

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Regards, Antanas

 

 

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Now the time to make the hull  planking. My another cat Dragon carefully read the photo manual and say me what and how I must to do... :D  Removed the first pear planks from the plate and bend it using my  "water box". The planks are very small and i working very carefully. 

 

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Using my wise, pre shaped planks and "water box" , working very quickly and easy. The planks are needed only some fine sanding. Very important is not to change the places of the left and right planks !!! Otherwise the gaps between planks will apear. I marked the planks and not have any problems. So, continued the hull planking...

 

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The last planks is wider and longer and must be sanded as I need. Sanded, checked and glued. When dry, glued the last planks above the stringers. Thats all.

 

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Ok, ok. It look's terrible... I know, but this is macro photo and the hull is not sanded. I'll do it later. Now only cut the planks at the hull aft.

 

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Regards, Antanas

 

 

 

        

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Thank's Nirvana.

Now I sanded the hull. Sandpaper with the grit 100, 150, 220 and 400.

 

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Removed from the plate wales plank. They are from the pear. But the hull are from the pear too. Hmm... The pear wales on the pear look not very good... And I desided to change the plank color to the black. For this I used the wood finish MINWAX, color ebony. But the result is not good... The planks become not black, but the dark grey... So, I try to use the cheap black ink. At last the result is very good.

 

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Glued wales. End sanding and corrections. In some places paints again. And the finally result.

 

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Regards, Antanas

 

 

 

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   The temporary frames longer no needed. In the hull bow they are destroyed. Then carefully removed the not required temporary frame holder. And removed glue in some places. Then added more frames. For this I glued more pear strips . Now the hull is ended.

 

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   And the most interesting part. Working on inside parts. At first glued in the place the deck. The deck is made from  2 parts. Then aft deck, bulkheads. Glued the keelson. The bow deck has the thickened part and pillar. And at the end glued the aft seat.
 

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Regards,  Antanas

 

 

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Now the benches. Each are from 2 parts. At the begining of the build log I marked them by pencil. Now I use this marks to properly glue together benches parts. At the bench bottom glue the pillar. Then fitted the another pillar end in the hole at the keelson . If it fit properly  glued bench with pillar at the keelson and stringers. Now bend the plank and glued into the place inside.

 

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The planksheer painted in black color using the ink. Then glued to the hull. Oars slots are glued to the planksheer .
 

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Glued achtersteven. Then spent some time on the rudder. In the kit are included the brass nails and strip. But I not use they.  All metal parts I made from steel pins. They not need any blackening.

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Also maked and masts brackets. They are from steel pins. And glue brackets and the rudder metal parts in the place.

 

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Regards, Antanas

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thank You Keith.

 

Ended the rudder. It turned out badly. But here not change anything. Another will do better. Now the boat looks like this. Then there is the keel blocks and oars

 

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   Now oars. Removed from they plate. Each consists from 3 parts. All glued together and then sanding. It is not easy... But done.

And painted in black ink. The wood consists of a soft and long fibers. So and failed. I will have to learn how to do it. Valties korpusą padengiu linų aliejumi. Oars also cover flax oil. Still have to fix their painting.
 
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Regards,   Antanas
 

 

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  The boat looks completed. But I do not like this end. I always seem to model is complete only when it have the base and display case. Of course, this is my philosophy, but ...

  Started to produce the display case. Base is made of plastic and a piece of velvet. Velvet very bad adhesion to plastic. My mistake. It was necessary to use a wood. But somehow glue this  velvet. Showcase is bended from 2 mm acrylic. I have maked a small bending mashine. On the velvet will make part of the deck. Prepare the black alder planks for the deck planking. Juodalksnio mediena yra fantastiška medžiaga modelių statytojams. Cheap and very beautiful. Bonds boards on thin 0.5 mm cardboard.

   Of course, showcases and the base material in the set are not included. This is my idea.

 

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   Trim the deck piece because I want to get a more interesting shape. Glued the keel blocks to the deck imitation. Keel blocks have already been put on the kit. And cover with the flax oil. While the oil is drying up, roll up into two bundles oars. Produced four screws. They will be in the deck corners and adhere to the plastic base. Produced rings. Rings and bolts made of metal pins.  At the end the oars are tethered to the seats.

 

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Regards,   Antanas

 

 

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Thank you for the good review gentlemen!

Now the final photo session and my impressions...

 

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The kit is amazing.  20 $ price and the result was unexpected for me. The process was very easy and enjoyable. Just I was happy and enjoyed the process. Of course, there were some small flaws. First - the boat is very small. And I must to get used to this. Second - two hull planks could be a couple of mm longer. It's great that to work enough a few simple tools. You can work anytime and anywhere. Also, I really liked is that it can be easily manufactured as a great gift. Several are already bestowed and everyone was impressed.
  Thank You all, watched the build, for the evaluation and support. By.

 

Best regards, Antanas

 

 

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