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Imperial yacht Standart (1893) by Alexey Baranov - FINISHED - Done - scale 1:48

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Marvellous model Alex. Didn't you make two of them?

 

Hard to tell from the photos but at least one of the plans is Atalanta, a Swan  class vessel. The class is featured in the four volume series by David Antscherl with every detail included. Plans and books are available from Sea Watch Books.

 

Would love to see the quick and easy method you used to make the hull. 

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Hello.
Yes, I first built two identical ships. But then he sold one of them unfinished to another modeller who completed the construction. Both bodies were cut from nine parts on a CNC machine. Pre-prepared 3D model of the shell.

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Hello.
Yes, I built this ship. This is the second Standard that I sold to finish building with another modeler (this is his model in the auction catalog). My ship was custom built three times more expensive than auction prices.

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