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LE FLEURON 1729 by KUDIN - 1/48 scale - Kudin Andrey - YouTube


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Hello, Dear ship modelers! My name is Kudin Andrey. I was born and grew up in Ukraine, now I live in Israel.
I am pleased to be among you, because I am building a model of a beautiful ship. Construction began here:

 

MODELS WORLD

 

Then I continued building here:

 

ВЕРФЬ НА СТОЛЕ (Verf na stole)

 

At some point, I had an interest in video building on YUTUB:

 

LE FLEURON (YouTube)

 

At the moment, the channel has a number of series from ...FILM 1... to ...FILM 71
Understanding that not everyone speaks Russian, I CORRECT the subtitles (creeping line) so that I can be understood in other countries ... All you have to do is translate the subtitles language in the settings under video.
I am interested in communication with the viewer and knowledgeable people, because this will help me build a model!

 

I will inform you about the release of new series and, I hope, it will be interesting to you ... And in order to prove that I am not a shoemaker, I offer some photos of the model ... :P Thank you!IMG_2865.thumb.JPG.c254ce14786d8794624cf170775de146.JPGIMG_2864.thumb.JPG.98806081e7e60bd517bc958db20a0c9c.JPGIMG_2863.thumb.JPG.c5b4e472523f10935f3d0931ec3b6fa1.JPGIMG_2862.thumb.JPG.0f2c93eb08bd6bcb78603e75e2554abe.JPGIMG_2749.thumb.JPG.42500d4190e954453596a8f8e5610d3f.JPGIMG_2747.thumb.JPG.fc132b0cc943b5c6af241561774c677b.JPGIMG_2714.thumb.JPG.957626f02930f39bbf4d7d9f9f4cddec.JPGIMG_2478.thumb.JPG.97a6a2e537099252a9b805565b3b4d43.JPGIMG_2396.thumb.JPG.e941504b26e11bb605674b6ce12c4cea.JPGIMG_1802.thumb.JPG.2a26e66a8e23baaf1cfa149414d9bf72.JPGIMG_1796.thumb.JPG.90e6ef18ea789c44d6b3a845ca5a2a50.JPGIMG_1534.thumb.JPG.bbc3073aef810943a29023f7784cdd3f.JPG20180624_004843.thumb.jpg.b8512638203943bc6986fac1855290a3.jpg1080_30_29.77_Jan242019_4.gif.0c1b9e467bc95cc5ef6a4700d8acbc4e.gif1080_30_29.77_Feb142019_3.gif.dad8aafd60762c5d51b71fdb91ce4433.gif

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome aboard Kudin. I have been following your excellent build videos on YouTube and one thing I admire about you is your willingness to replace older inferior work with new improved versions. I should warn viewers that the CC/translation feature is a bit buggy with only about 50% of the text accurately translated but it's enough to get the idea. Kudin's videos are among the finest  ship model building videos available.

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2 hours ago, AntiSpiral said:

I followed your build on the other site and recently found your youtube channel. thankfully im already studying russian so this should be helpful in many ways.

 

Glad to see your skill show up on this site also! Looking forwards to seeing more.

 

Regards,

Peter

Thanks for the welcome, Peter! I would be glad to communicate! :cheers:

2 hours ago, dvm27 said:

Welcome aboard Kudin. I have been following your excellent build videos on YouTube and one thing I admire about you is your willingness to replace older inferior work with new improved versions. I should warn viewers that the CC/translation feature is a bit buggy with only about 50% of the text accurately translated but it's enough to get the idea. Kudin's videos are among the finest  ship model building videos available.

Nice to get such a review about your work, Greg! Thank! It is a pity that GUGL can not do its job 100% :wacko:

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Very nice video, Kudin. I especially enjoyed your demonstration of splicing the rope.

 

I have a question regarding your planking of your hull. I did not see this demonstrated in your videos. Have you applied black paper between each of the planks or have you slightly beveled the edges to create a small shadow or recess? The effect is different than most other planked hulls I have seen.

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19 hours ago, dvm27 said:

Very nice video, Kudin. I especially enjoyed your demonstration of splicing the rope.

 

I have a question regarding your planking of your hull. I did not see this demonstrated in your videos. Have you applied black paper between each of the planks or have you slightly beveled the edges to create a small shadow or recess? The effect is different than most other planked hulls I have seen.

Greg , Thanks for the feedback on the work! By trim;
No, black paper is only on deck. And on the body of the board, the claddings are slightly sloping ... And, when ready, I walked with a soldering iron with a long and sharply sharpened tip.

14 hours ago, paulsutcliffe said:

Very nice planking kudin, well done

Regards

Paul

Paul , I am grateful to you for the evaluation of the work! :)

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Hi Kudin!

I love all your videos, beautiful work !


I have a question: regarding the front of the boat, you start it at the video N ° 23 then you do it again at the video N ° 31: why, not understanding your language, I do not have the answer ?

Then you destroy it again to the video N ° 71 : to remake it in ebony, is that it ?

Thank you.

Patrick

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Thanks for the video. Very educative and I learn a lot of techniques.

Patrick, The videos can be watched with subtitles. By default their are in Russian language but if you activate the automatic translation, you can choose french subtitles. It's still a pretty rough translation but it did help me understand the process.

It is necessary to activate the subtitles at the level of the setting of the video then to select the automatic translation in the desired language. That's still the google translation 😉

 


 

 
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