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HMS Pegasus by Mirabell61 - 1776-1777 - scale 1:64 - 16 gun "Swan Class" sloop from Amati / Victory Models plan / COMPLETED

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Many thanks Kester,

 

for your kind comment...

 

Coming back on your Statsraad Lehmkuhl I noticed that you put (half model) down in your signature link...., no complete hull planed ? have you changed your mind ?

 

Nils

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no, not disappointed Kester,

 

in fact I beleave a good built half model is also a great challenge. In our old school I remember, we had a large steamer-halfmodel, mounted to a mirror in a glas case, it was  of course the totally mirrored of the built side, whereby ships are not actualy that symmetrical, but the effect was grand to see

 

Nils

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A beautiful completion of a magnificent build Nils.  Thanks for showing us your skills and now also your fine assembly of models.

I'm looking forward to the continuation of the steamer.

 

Cheers,

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Janet B

 

                                        In the time i am just thinkig about starting a build,you seem to have got straight in and built your lovely ship.

 

                                       I think it looks absolutly teriffic well done.

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Good morning Janet,

 

thank you very much for your nice compliment, I`m glad you like the completed HMS Pegasus. It sits in it`s glass case on a wardrobe in my hobby office, oposite to my work desc

You`re right with the walking straight into it with the build. It was my first 18th century build, and inspirated by all those lovely builds here at MSW, my obligation was to get it complete from A-Z, before starting a new project (either the British Naval Cutter "Alert" of 1777 or the First German Lloyd four stacker "Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse"

 

Nils

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