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USF Confederacy 1778 by Peter Bloemendaal - Model Shipways - Scale 1:64

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12 hours ago, Bossman said:

Peter, as you say, brilliantly executed! Very nice job on the planking.

Thanks Bossman.

22 minutes ago, Tigersteve said:

You could always skip the treenails. 😎

Nah, I'm too stubbern to leave it. I'm not happy with the staining attempts on the sample yet, but last night I pencil marked one side of the hull in preparation for the drilling. There is no way back now....lol

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Just started viewing this build. Beautiful work. I will watching your build and hope to learn good practices for my own build, whenever I feel ready to start! I love the dremel support idea, water bottle counterweight and all!

are you drilling through or just deep enough to be filled in for appearance?

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1 hour ago, Voyageur said:

are you drilling through or just deep enough to be filled in for appearance?

Hi Voyageur.

I'm drilling just a few mm so it can be filled with wood filler and sanded down after.

Peter

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Time for another update. Thanks for the likes everyone, they are certainly appreciated.

Planking the hull is finished and the treenails have been added as well. I decided to not paint the planks below the wales white but to just coat them with a sanding sealer and clear varnish. With the stain I used above the wales there is enough colour contrast. The stain didn't give a uniform finish as I feared but it is what it is. I don't think its too bad and the busier it gets in thore areas the less noticable it becomes.

Next stage will be the Stern and quarter galleries. Fingers crossed on that one.

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On ‎5‎/‎26‎/‎2020 at 7:46 PM, Bossman said:

I think you have it in the short rows Peter. She looks great. 

 

On ‎5‎/‎27‎/‎2020 at 9:41 AM, Voyageur said:

Beautiful work, always impressive.

 

22 hours ago, Rob S said:

Very nice planking work; she is coming along nicely.

 

18 hours ago, JpR62 said:

Superb ! A pleasure to be able to follow this build log !

The Confederacy is really a beautiful ship model.

 

Thanks everyone. I certainly appreciate the comments.  :)

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