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Continental Frigate Confederacy 1778 by Dubz - 1:64 - kit based semi scratch

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Mate .. Every time I look at your wonderful work it makes me want to chuck my poor Ballahoo into the bin and take up fishing or something ;)

Brilliant Stuff as Always Dirk .. right down to the Macro work too !! 

 

All The Best

 

Eamonn

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One thing has left me no peace. The "pampered" quarterpieces (some will be happy now what comes) ... hehe ...

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For a long time, I had been thinking about how to do that, a few tests ... but for such things, these "No Risk No Fun" days must come .. Today he was: D

I wanted to come with the existing (unfortunately flattened) figure and without complete new building in a direction which a) is closer to the thing and B) is "feasible".

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Basically, I am very satisfied with the result, a little finetuning later when it becomes final and I think then looks quite useful :-)

cheers,

Dirk

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 The carvings look great. I'm always amazed at the black that you have obtained.  It might just be the photography however I will have to look back in your log to find out how you did that. 

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I just returned from a 2-week trip to Germany and had a look at your build log. What a progress! I love how you integrate the figures into the stern gallery and how you emphasize the details with your painting technique! Did you recast the figures? They look very detailed and precise. Great job!

 

Thomas 

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