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Karl,

 

I can't say much more than what everyone else has.   This is a work of art as are the other two sections you have completed.   Can we get a picture of all 3 sections in one picture?  

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Hi friends,

many thanks for the comments and Likes.

 

Karl, I have been following your build of all three sections of this ship for a few years now and can only say they are all astounding! Might we see a photo shoot of all three sections together?

 

Karl,

 

I can't say much more than what everyone else has.   This is a work of art as are the other two sections you have completed.   Can we get a picture of all 3 sections in one picture?  

 

Unfortunately, a picture with three model segments of the BHR is not possible together.

Every model segment is for itself in a seperate glass cabinet / protective bonnet and

stand on different places.

Here, however, some pictures of my private ship model -museum.

 

Karl  :10_1_10:

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Karl,

One of the Wonders of the ModelShipWorld ( and the model ships world )...

Is finished... It was magnificent for me to follow your build, your talent...

Full of admiration, envy, wonderment from my side...

Congratulations...

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Hello friends,

thanks to all for your kind comments.

 

Very nice work and even nicer when we see where you display it.

 

Karl, did you decide which model  is going to be your next build?

 

My next project  is the construction / build of the 74-Gun Ships,

rear section as a cross-model with complete interior outfitting.

 

Karl

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Hi Karl

 

Congratulations on finishing such an incredible work of art!  And thank you again for sharing your talent with us.

 

The display looks fantastic!!!

 

I can't wait to follow your next project and be inspired by your skills.

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Hi Bindy.

Thank you for thy comments.

Karl  :10_1_10:

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Karl,

Amazing work! I really like your display cases as well, did you make them? if so can your share a bit on the methods used?

 

That's quite a ship, you never get a feel for the scale until you see the photos next to your furniture and especially where the top masts stretch up toward the ceiling!

 

If I ever manage to get across the pond to Germany, I hope I can stop by for a close-up view.

 

Ken

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Thank you Karl for this beautiful build. And thanks for sharing. You are true artist and great person. This is model for museum!

 

I wish you good health and some more new outstanding models!

 

Regards :)

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Hi friends.

Thanks to everyone for your kind words and comments.

Now it comes with a lot of joy to the construction of the  74- gun ship.

Regards Karl  :10_1_10:

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://modelshipworld.com/index.php/topic/10455-the-74-gun-ship-by-jeronimo/

http://modelshipworld.com/index.php/topic/300-le-bonhomme-richard-by-jeronimo/

http://modelshipworld.com/index.php/topic/497-chaloupe-armée-en-guerre-by-jeronimo-1834/

https://fotoalbum.web.de/ui/gallery/karl.weinmann

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Carl, congratulations! But to proceed to the next project sooner( my personal opinion), as this still needs some work. Specifically, I want to draw Your attention to fastening shrouds to the dead eye, compare with drawing on page 32 ( post 622).

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