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Santísima Trinidad by Sjors - OcCre - 1:90

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The first planks are on it.

I go a little bit different as what the manual is saying.

Normally you have to do the planking till the hull is closed.

Then you will place the rubbing strakes.

I will do it the different way.

I have all ready sanding the planks and will put now the rubber strakes.

Also glue in the frames for the gun ports for the upper deck.

Then I know that I have a straight rubbing strakes.....

 

Sjors

 

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Thanks Ulises.

 

No. I'm not painting the hull.

The lower part is gonna be the wood that you see in the first picture on top and I love that.

Above it is the wood you are now seeing under it.

Maybe a layer of tung oil and that's it.

I mean rubbing strakes.....I have change it.....thank you :D:D

I think nervous about the coming holiday in France in two weeks.....yippie !

 

Sjors

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I'm 'away' for a few months and I find you've started another model - the moss most certainly does not grow on you Sjors!  (if the expression translates!)  Looks like you're off to a great start despite the keel setback, should be beautiful when completed.  How does she compare sizewise to the Aggy? - bigger ship but a smaller scale?  I did not see the popcorn machine on the way in, is it gone already?

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Hi Jason,

 

I don't want to wait that long to start with another.

This one i wanted to build for a long time.

And why waiting when i can started right now?

It goes slowly from now on because of work.

I was at home from Februari till this week because of an accident last year...

Long story but now i go back to work so less free time.

The ST is not that big as the Aggy but different to build so an other challenge.

 

Sjors

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Nice!! build Sjors......... Good thing you got a new keel ,that thing was really tweaked........ You're getting to be a real pro putting these builds together, you don't fool around either, you go for the BIG !!ones...... keep this up and you'll be looking for another house to display them :D:D....

 

Frank

 

P.S. thanks for the call......

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Thanks Frank.

 

We don't wanna move because we just have 😃

And i want to play BIG 😝

I'm happy that i can talk to an answering machine.....😂

 

Sjors

 

 

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Sjors,

 

Don't know how I missed the start of this build but I've found some room in the back and a little popcorn leftover so I'm ready to join in! Looks like you are off to a fine start on what should be a fun build.

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Thank you all for the warm welcome😀

We had a great time but as always to short.......

The build goes very slow at the moment because of other things.

When i can find the time and have an update ,you will see it.

 

 

Sjors

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Long time no see.......

 

And here we go again !

I was not satisfied with the whole build.

I was to lazy to put balsa blocks into the bow section and that was a bad idea!

The planking was not going as it should be so.....start all over again .

Not only the planking giving me problems also the decks.

The deck was coming in 4 pieces and they want me to plank when it was not at the ship.

The result you can see in early pictures.

I have change it and planked when the deck was on the ship!

Much better !!!! ( i have to say )

And now you are thinking that I remove everything but no.

OCcre give us the opportunity to buy packs.

For the ST it will be 6 packs to finish the build.

I just ordered pack one with the false keel, decks and deck planking and the bulwarks.

And the pictures are showing you where I am at the moment.

And yes, there are balsa blocks in the bow this time.

I hope that the planking is going smoothly.

I know that the bulwark's are much better now !

So I have find my mojo again :D

 

Sjors

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bow balsa blocks.jpg

Bow deck.JPG

False canons dry fit 2.jpg

false canons dry fit.jpg

Main deck.jpg

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Thanks my friends.

 

@Mark,

I have looking for your mojo but i can not find it.....sorry😔

I know where it is.....take a look in the garage!!!

I know it will be there🙃

 

@EJ,

 

I know there will be re- do' s all the time.

when i'm not happy ill will change it!

 

@Ulises,

 

Thanks,

it is good to be back.

And yes, it gives a good feeling to see that it is better then it was.

 

Sjors

 

 

 

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The top planking ( ramin ) on the starboard side is done.

Under that there will be sapelli wood.

And nope, not a second planking .

Just single in two colors.

The frames for the gun ports looks if I was drunk when I cutting them.

But there is a frame coming inside and ( i hope ) you don't see a thing anymore ( in a few months ! )

Bending the planks for the bow was not that difficult but I can not say that for the stern.

The plank has to be twisted !

When everything is on it I will see what I will do with the planks on the stern to get a straight line.

There also are little slits between the planks.

I can cover a few with the rubbing strakes but not all.

Filler is out of the question because you will see that when I put Tung oil on it.

Comes time, comes advise ( or something like that )

Enjoy the pictures.

 

Sjors

 

 

Top planking ramin.jpg

Top planking ramin 2.jpg

Bow section.jpg

Stern section.jpg

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Welcome back Sjors, glad you found your Mojo, that little guy can be hard to reel back in when he takes a vacation.

 

 

 

Planking looks good but I have a question. Here in the States we have something called Top Ramen, a noodley food like product. Why would you use that for your planking and how on earth did you get the noodles straight enough to plank with???  :P

Sam

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Thank you all .

 

Shrimp........mmmmm i'll be going for a Heineken 🍺

 

@ Bob,

 

I'm just learning from you 🙃

 

@Scott,

 

The gun ports are the easy things.

The rest of the planking will be more difficult😔

 

@Hennie,

 

thank you!

 

Sjors

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