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Roter Löwe 1597 by Ondras71

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14 hours ago, Ondras71 said:

finally impaled and then drilled holes on the last pins ..

Congratulations, It is always a relief when all those holes are drilled and filled :champagne-popping-smiley-emotic

Beautiful work Ondras

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Late to this party.

Just read your whole log.

Ondras you are an exceptional modeller.

Beautiful planking.

It has only just dawned on me why they cut a rabbett in the keel especially the bull nosed bow on galleons....to hook the plank into whilst bending it round!!! Why of course.

It was your pictures that made this clear to me.

Also that no plank should go to a point...because you cannot nail a point to the frames!...

Duh!!

I am only learning as I watch you guys teach me.

Thanks a lot.

Pete

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Ondras..when I saw the beginning stages of this ship when you laid out the rough and ready bulkheads from corrugated card I thought " oh dear what are we in for here?"....

But mate!.....you have knocked me for six with the eye to detail, craftsmanship and now present this beautifully made miniature replica.

You are a master at this. A joy for me to witness your hands at work.

Pete

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On 9/15/2019 at 10:47 PM, Peter Cane said:

Ondras..when I saw the beginning stages of this ship when you laid out the rough and ready bulkheads from corrugated card I thought " oh dear what are we in for here?"....

But mate!.....you have knocked me for six with the eye to detail, craftsmanship and now present this beautifully made miniature replica.

You are a master at this. A joy for me to witness your hands at work.

Pete

Thank you again Peter Cane.  Your words are encouraging!! :piratebo5:

 

For smoothing clean shapes I created shaped tools and used a belt sander..

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Varnish for wooden pores..🎨 O.

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Ondra, you are a gifted modeler.

The maker of the plans must have had a great imagination, but wether his design is truthful or not, you are doing a magnificent job. And you have one mighty excuse: The shape of the model may be wrong, but up to now we don’t have any written or archaelogical clue how it really must have looked, so who are we to reject?

No problem so far with your build. But just promise me to throw that horrible German book in the dustbin after you finished your model. It is no good as far as Dutch ships are concerned and there are four of them there, I believe. For all four we can say that any resemblance with existing Dutch shiptypes is entirely incidental.

Good luck. 

Edited by Ab Hoving

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On 10/17/2019 at 10:15 PM, rshousha said:

Do you think 500 years from now our current ship designs will look so awkward? 

Hopefully, our current ship designs will remain accurate and there will be no room for debate.. :Whew:

On 10/18/2019 at 2:48 PM, Backer said:

Great work Ondras.

Thank you for your support Backer!!:imNotWorthy: Ondras

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On 11/9/2019 at 5:25 PM, zappto said:

Amazing work you are doing! very nice ship!

Thank you very much zappto!!:imNotWorthy:

 

Construction of carriages, rather pedestals that will not be seen..:unsure: Shape and dimensions taken from the Dutch carriages Zeven provincien..

 

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Test..

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My pattern, the deck of Batavia..:) O.

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