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Boat by IgorSky - FINISHED - LAK-Design - 1/72 scale - BOTTLE


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Hello to all!
One of my current projects is a boat in a bottle.
As a basis, I took a set for the construction of a boat from LAK-Design. This boat is on the 91st scale, but I plan to place a crew there, so it will be adapted to the 72nd scale.
So, a pair of keel frames from the pear 0.7-0.8 mm was prepared in advance and I proceeded to assemble this kit.
First I prepared a "skeleton" from a double keel frame, frames and conductor.

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I see you still have that giant matchstick and blow up hand ;)

 

Glad I caught you in the act of still constructing this little marvel. You really do not cease to amaze me with you miniature builds. Maybe for another model, you could have the oars tossed (upright) , and have an admiral in the stern seats ...

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14 minutes ago, cog said:

I see you still have that giant matchstick and blow up hand ;)

 

Glad I caught you in the act of still constructing this little marvel. You really do not cease to amaze me with you miniature builds. Maybe for another model, you could have the oars tossed (upright) , and have an admiral in the stern seats ...

Hi Carl!
I am glad to hear you again!
Yes, everything is as usual - my giant matchstick and a giant hand specially for the photo :)
 The legend for this project is gradually being created. I guess it will be three pirates who swim to the island to hide the treasure chest :). Right now, I'm making the chest.

Best Regards!
Igor.

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