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USS Confederacy 1778 by CRI-CRI - FINISHED - Model Shipways - scale 1/64

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@ Jonathan11 : How many hours ? I did'nt counted, but beginning was 2017/01, two hours / day = 800 hours...

 

Today, an impredictible misfit (pics in attachment)

 

I have some ply-wood for repair that...

Cassure 1.jpg

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I like the clear/light oak better, but that is just a question of taste. The dark oak is more traditional. The light oak more modern.

Look at what Dubz (Dirk) does with his beautiful stands. He uses something that looks like ashes (or lavis in French) and it is beautiful.

 

Yves

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I decided finish USS Confederacy without ship boats, the first one rejoins HMS Prince (same scale)

 

J'ai décidé d'affecter la chaloupe de l'USS Confederacy au HMS Prince de Constructo (échelle 1/64),
et de terminer le chantier de la Confederacy après les garde-corps et quelques autres petits détails :

La Confederacy de 1772 au 1/64 par Model Shipways - Page 11 Longbo20

La Confederacy de 1772 au 1/64 par Model Shipways - Page 11 Longbo21
 

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