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HM Cutter Cheerful 1806 by svein erik - 1:48 scale

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Hi 

am starting with chuck's cheerful, the boxwood version 

I wil use chuck's yellow cedar  for this prodjekt and also use chuck spilling metod with lining off hull.

am working on the frames and at this time is dry fittet.

started also with the boxwood keel parts 

 

 

Svein.erik 

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Always great to see another Cheerful. Will be following along as this is in my queue as soon as work let’s up a bit.

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How goes the progress....looking forward to seeing you build the model.   Remember to ask me any questions.  

 

Chuck

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2 hours ago, Chuck said:

How goes the progress....looking forward to seeing you build the model.   Remember to ask me any questions.  

 

Chuck

hi chuck 

well i havent had the time to build more at this time , am working on the syren😲 and a little on the frame on the scratch build USCG Pequot,

so after summer i wil start fairing the hull and go from there,

wi have a sick child so am trying to get some building time in between!

but thanks for chekking inn😊 and yes i wil have questions when i start fully

 

 

svein.erik

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18 hours ago, Chuck said:

Sorry to hear that....I hope for a speedy recovery!!!

thanks chuck, its going to be slow recovery.... it started 4 years ago and its going to be more years to come!

butt back to the building 😊 am now ready to fearing the hull and is there something i need to know before i start?

and i need some wood chuck😲 😉

 

svein erik

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thanks for the likes,

more fairing( port side) and its beginning to look a hull ,

but how mutch do sand off..... its always a question😲

i do fhink i need to take more off at the stem and stern here 

there are some small dips etc here and there ... but its not going to be perfect as chucks cheerful😉

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Thanks everyone 😊I yust order the yellow cedar wood for this prodjekt,  

so chuck.... send it fast, I May need it wery Soon. .. LOL

well I do have to finish the fairing first and the gun port sills. 

I do have some 1/4" boxvood leftovers for this😉

 

Svein.erik 

 

 

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