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A very clever construction method - a 3-piece plug and staples! I take my hat off to you, Juzek.

 

Steven

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This seems to be a very unconventional build technique, but it works brilliantly! Nice to see new and unusual ideas. I'm very impressed. And beautifully precise work.

 

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Is that a piece of mirror glass you used as a scraper? Nice idea. And the kitchen scourer for the final finish - I like it.

 

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Beautiful work! I am really enjoying seeing the different construction techniques you have been using. It is nice when I get to learn something new and I am doing that with your build. I am looking forward to seeing more of it as you progress. 

"A Smooth Sea NEVER made a Skilled Sailor"
- John George Hermanson 

-E.J.

 

Current Builds - Royal Louis - Mamoli

                    Royal Caroline - Panart

Completed - Wood - Le Soleil Royal - Sergal - Build Log & Gallery

                                           La Couronne - Corel - Build Log & Gallery

                                           Rattlesnake - Model Shipways, HMS Bounty - Constructo

                           Plastic - USS Constitution - Revel (twice), Cutty Sark.

Unfinished - Plastic - HMS Victory - Heller, Sea Witch.

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  • 2 months later...

Juzek, this is amazing! I am truly in awe due to your out-of-the-box thinking! I'd never think of building a hull from the shape like you did! Congrats!

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Currently scratch  building (wood, plastic and lots of other materials) a Royal Louis

http://modelshipworld.com/index.php/topic/15003-royal-louis-by-fmartins-multi-media/ 

... let's see if it survives my poor hands... 

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I'll have to follow this... again, I'm amazed by your building method... ;)

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Currently scratch  building (wood, plastic and lots of other materials) a Royal Louis

http://modelshipworld.com/index.php/topic/15003-royal-louis-by-fmartins-multi-media/ 

... let's see if it survives my poor hands... 

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I have a question... do you think you method of hull building would work in a smaller scale (20~40 cm hull size)? Do you have more pics on the "shape" preparations and fairing? I'm a beginner and I'm reaaly interested in this different construction method!  :D  :D  :D

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Currently scratch  building (wood, plastic and lots of other materials) a Royal Louis

http://modelshipworld.com/index.php/topic/15003-royal-louis-by-fmartins-multi-media/ 

... let's see if it survives my poor hands... 

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What kind of oil / varnish do you use? It's beautiful and gives it a weathered look!

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Currently scratch  building (wood, plastic and lots of other materials) a Royal Louis

http://modelshipworld.com/index.php/topic/15003-royal-louis-by-fmartins-multi-media/ 

... let's see if it survives my poor hands... 

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An exceptional build!!! .... very well done............

 

 

JP

Built & De-Commissioned: HMS Endeavour (Corel), HMS Unicorn (Corel),

Abandoned: HMS Bounty (AL)

Completed : Wappen Von Hamburg (Corel), Le Renommee (Euromodel)... on hold

Current WIP: Berlin by Corel

On Shelf:  HMS Bounty (Billings),

 

 

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