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LE BONHOMME RICHARD by Jeronimo

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Hello friends.

Thank you for all the nice words and commentars.

Critik and suggested improvements are also wished too.

The following pictures are showing the 2nd Part,

construction of the bow section are in the construction Phase and it

isn't finished yet.

Regards Karl

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2nd Construction stage  -  Bow part

 

posterior third  of the ship with all equipment and view of the interior the model.

 

Regards Karl

 

 

 

 

 

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You have my attention yet again, as for critical comment being wanted too, I have not yet seen anything I could possibly be critical of.

 

Steve

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Hi friends.

Great problems in the preparation of the Hawse-Timbers   -  Cant Frames.

Thanks to the help of Jerry, Richard and David / Druxey was able it be solved.

 

 

Regards Karl

 

 

 

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Hi friends.

Great problems in the preparation of the Hawse-Timbers   -  Cant Frames.

Thanks to the help of Jerry, Richard and David / Druxey was able it be solved.

 

 

Regards Karl

 

 

 

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thank you very much for the video.
is the best way to understand
greetings. cabrapente

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I saw the replica Endeavour being built in Perth, Western Australia several years ago and the view up the centre towards the bow took me straight back to that. It is so very much alike.

Love this build.

 

Steve

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Hi philo426.

No, I did not these  professions.

I'm a master painter and master refinisher in retirement.

Karl

... and a master model shipwright as well

 

What is the scale of this model?

 

Klaus

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Hello Karl,

again, your work is just awesome. Only a few models (and I have seen a few) have shown this level of perfection.

Wonderful work! Looking forward to following your build.

 

With kind regards,

Ulrich

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... and a master model shipwright as well

 

What is the scale of this model?

 

Klaus

Maßstab  -  Scale   1:36

Karl

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Hi Karl, very nice work and very skillfully built.  You have asked for critical comments but my knowledge and ability levels do not provide me the capacity to find anything at all requiring such a comment against this exquisite model.

 

cheers

 

Pat

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Karl

What museum is this going to be in. This is truly a museum masterpiece. Need to know so I can visit it next time I'm in Germany.

You do such great work..

 

Later 42rocker

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Good question about the stairs. Anyone have a soild answer to this, don't think I ever seen them like that and would like to know if this was something the Captain wanted or if it was the way that it was done at that time frame?.

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