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LE BONHOMME RICHARD by Jeronimo

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Hello Karl,
always enthusiastic me the excellent work from you.
The casting of cannons is a good alternative to turning.
This cannon barrels look very realistic.

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Hello friends.

Thanks for the kind comments and "Likes".

 

New photos of the construction  model Bonhomme Richard.

 

Regards Karl      :10_1_10:

 

 

 

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Karl lovely, you work at incredible speed, and still maintain beautiful quality. I like you used a cross section, having all the details and still visible after installing all the decks. How did you make the 'nails'  on the gratings?

 

Remco

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Magnificent work, Karl.  Bravo!

 

Apart from the extraordinary modeling work, I especially like the color you have achieved with the wood finish.

 

Ed

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Karl,

 

Every possible word has already been written about this beautiful build, consequently your work has a hugely deserved large following.

 

Love the new photos especially the one aimed up towards the grating above. A pleasure to follow along and drool.

 

Michael

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Karl,

 

I had some bad news today... but looking up your early Posts, especially the Fitting out of your LBR section (furniture, etc, ) cheers me up tremendously

Very, very well done !!

 

Nils

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Hello Karl,

 

I know I am just repeating what everyone else says, but I also don't think it can be said enough.

 

Just incredible work, perfect colours, and equally good photography so that we can enjoy it properly.  You really are such an inspiration!

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Karl,

I am just now discovering your amazing build for the first time. All I can say is, each time I think maybe I have seen it all....each time I think I have seen the absolute ultimate in perfection....when I say to myself "It just don't get better than this".....I then discover an artist so amazing I can hardly believe what I am seeing.

I can't begin to describe how crazy good your work is....no words for it.

Thank you for sharing your extreme talent with us mere mortals.

Dave

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A second day of studying Karl's craftsmanship....I remain speechless....there simply are no words that would serve justice to what my eyes are telling me. This work could only be properly described by a great poet.

Thank you Karl

 

For Karl......

 

Ein zweiter Tag des Studiums Karl's Handwerkskunst .... Ich bin immer noch sprachlos ... es gibt einfach keine Worte, w\'fcrde dazu dienen, was meine Augen mir sagen. Diese Arbeit kann man nur richtig beschrieben durch ein gro\'dfer Dichter.\

Vielen Dank Karl

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Outstanding work, Excellent detail. There is nothing more that I can say that I haven't said before. Thank you for the pictures and for sharing this with all of us. I will be waiting for the next update.

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Karl,

 

Always a huge pleasure drooling over your updates. Absolutely stunning artistry. Your second cross section within is awesome.

 

Michael

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