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Amalio, No eres un simple creador de modelos, eres un carpintero de barcos en minatura! Well done, amazing!

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Great updates Amalio; up to your usual very high standard of workmanship and quality.

 

cheers

 

Pat

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Amalio, in post #705 you have a ruler placed length wise and marks 520mm.

Is that midship? If so, … all I have to say is wow, she will be a big lady.

What is the projected height from bottom of keel to top of mast?

Very beautiful build!

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Hi Nirvana.
That rule that you see is to check the curvature of the roof (in Spanish, I miss).
I still can't tell you the total height it will have because there is a lot left to get to that question.
The model is made to slave 1/48 and in the absence of the entire area of the beque, right now it is 118 cm long.
The idea is to place only the first part of the sticks (males) for a matter of size.
It would be very difficult to move if I put the whole tree in full.
Thank you.

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It never gets old, watching your steady, methodical progress.  Simply amazing!

 

The ship is clearly a beautiful vessel, Amalio, but I am interested to know why, in particular, you chose her for your subject.  She has to be special to you, for you to have undertaken such a monumental reconstruction.

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I like large ships because they pose a greater challenge in difficulty.
I particularly like this because it is a great exponent of what was built in Spain after many constructive evolutions. It was said that he was the most perfect ship with 74 guns.
In addition there is enough documentation to undertake all this adventure.
Thank you.

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