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Bragozzo by Javier Baron - FINISHED - 1:124 - traditional Adriatic boat

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4 hours ago, wefalck said:

Missed the start of another ‚Baron‘ ... difficult to keep up with the pace. 😉

 

Here are pictures of a couple of bragozzi in the Museo Storico Navale in Venice:

http://www.maritima-et-mechanika.org/maritime/venezia/museonavalevenezia-3.html

Thank you. Bragozzo photos will be very useful to me.


 

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Excellent ! Did you paint the decorations in situ ? Personally, I would find this quite difficult on the convex hull. I probably would do the painting on decal paper and then transfer it to the model.

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👍  Nice rendering of these quite colourful boats !

 

The wellknown British marine artist E.W. Cooke spent considerable time in Venice and depicted these boats on various occassions: https://www.google.de/search?q=e+w+cooke+paintings+venice&tbm=isch&ved=2ahUKEwi09Kz-rvvkAhVK0YUKHZrNAZsQ2-cCegQIABAA&oq=e+w+cooke+paintings+venice&gs_l=img.3...32078.34487..34676...0.0..0.75.481.7......0....1..gws-wiz-img.Zy-i3WEnjEk&ei=em-TXbTPL8qilwSam4fYCQ&bih=604&biw=1173&safe=off

 

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Another miniature masterpiece Javier. What I love about this tiny ships that you build is the integrity of the work, all the framing and detail in areas that will never be seen and that the model has a story that most will never know. I do so enjoy watching these jewels come to life.

 

Michael

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