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HMS Pickle by mtbediz - 1:40 -Finished

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Mustafa, this is going to be a very nicely rigged model. I like your working methods: simple, but very effective.

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18 hours ago, G.L. said:

Mustafa, this is going to be a very nicely rigged model. I like your working methods: simple, but very effective.

Thank you so much G.L. I am not a master. I am trying to do my best. I have been in this hobby for only about 2-3 years. (I wish I met this hobby 30 years ago :) ) I like to make things simple. First of all I plan what to do and how to do it with an easiest way and then I do it.

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She will be named soon. I made the anchor in the port side hauled up on the deck and attached the buoy. I completed side rails of the poop deck. 

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23 minutes ago, Edwardkenway said:

Pickle is looking great!!! you've done a fantastic job of her!!😁

Thank you so much Edward. :)

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21 hours ago, EricWilliamMarshall said:

Just amazing work!! I’m curious; what references or plans did you consult while building your ship?

Thank you. For the false keel and bulkheads I used Caldercraft's kit plan. The rest is from the pictures and videos of Pickle's replica in the UK and the other sources on the internet.

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11 minutes ago, G.L. said:

Congratulations, Mustafa. A beautiful model! Very well done.

The trophies on the background, are them for modeling?

Thank you. No, they are not related with modelling. They were presented to me by the company I worked for while I was working (anyversary etc.) and when I got retired.

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 Nice work!!

Where did you get your plans from , I just realised that you seem to be building  the " replica" vessel that sails now (with the cabin) rather than the probable original layout ?

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3 hours ago, SpyGlass said:

 Nice work!!

Where did you get your plans from , I just realised that you seem to be building  the " replica" vessel that sails now (with the cabin) rather than the probable original layout ?

Thank you Spy. I used Caldercraft's kit plan (in Jotika's online instruction manual) to cut the false keel and bulkheads. The rest is from the pictures and videos of Pickle's replica in the UK and the other sources on the internet.

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