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Marie-Jeanne by captgino - FINISHED - Artesania Latina - 1/50 - Thonier de Concarneau

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1 hour ago, popeye the sailor said:

great job!  she looks awesome.......did the decals come with the kit?   congratz on a fine looking model  :) 

Thank you!! 

Some decals came in the kit, but they were for the Marie-Jeanne. I bought some decals paper, use MS Word to create new name and ID number. 

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I bought the Testor's 'decal it' program..........it's OK.......but it has it's draw backs.  I've done images on photo shop.....works just as well.  I have the A.L. Marie Jeanne..........I'll get to her one of these days ;)    again.....very nice looking vessel.  you did a great job!  ;) 

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On 1/24/2019 at 1:24 PM, Sailor1 said:

Hi I’m sailor 1 on the nautical research site. I am building the Marie Jeanne and was wondering if there is a source for better rigging instructions.

Hi,

It is a tough one. I did most of my research on French modeling sites. Not a problem with Google translate if you do not speak French.

The plans from the AAMM were instrumental as well.

 

http://www.aamm.fr/boutique/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=65&products_id=235

 

Bookmarked a few webpage along the way

 

https://www.theropetokyo.org/展示会作品集/第27回展-2002年/第27回展-4-5/

https://www.theropetokyo.org/展示会作品集/第41回展-2016年/第41回展-1-6/#41-05

http://modelisme-naval-bois.lebonforum.com/t2877-la-marie-jeanne-thonier-de-concarneau-d-artesania-latina-au-1-50e-un-de-plus-par-taz-de-penn-ar-bed

http://5500.forumactif.org/t2459-thonier-marie-jeanne-billing-boat

 

I also like this french site.The scale is different (1/36) but great details especially on the rigging.

 

http://www.planeteloisirs-bg.fr/index_fichiers/pages/bateau/marie-jeanne-1.html

 

I hope this helps.

 

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Bonjour Captgino ,

A most spectacular tutorial both written and photos . I will soon be undertaking the same build and hopefully trying to get as near to your standards as possible !

I will certainly be following your guidelines very closely . I may have to ask you a few questions if you don't mind .

Thank you .

Merci et Auvoir

Mike (UK)

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