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HMS Agamemnon by Sjors - FINISHED - Caldercraft/Jotika - 1:64

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Thank you all and everyone.

Also for the one who find the like button on the screen  :D  :D  :D

 

A few are saying that I'm close to the rigging part but I think that they are to optimistic ......

A lot to do before I'm on that stage.

Ratlines has to wait a little longer......... :D  :D  :D

 

@ Ulises,

 

There are no sails this time.

I just keep her naked  :D  :D

The blocks I'm using are 2 mm.

Grant has make 1 mm blocks for me but they are to tiny for me.

I can not work with them ( sorry Grant )

 

At the end of the month, the workshop is closed for a few days....also internet is down !

We are gonna re-decorate the house and change a few things.

Also we gonna have fiber glass and we have to change a few things.

 

Again that you all my friends for the positive comment on my " little " ship !

 

Sjors

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Hey Sjors, you can send those 1 mm blocks to me!  I can surely use them on my VOC ship.  While you are redecorating your house can you make a guest room for me when i come visiting?  ;)

 

Cheers,

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  While you are redecorating your house can you make a guest room for me when i come visiting?  ;)

 

Cheers,

 

@ Piet,

 

When ????????

Your always welcome, you know that  :D  :D

Then I can be a guide for you to show you the places where you have lived  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D

Let me know.....

 

Thanks John and Harmut,

 

@ Harmut,

 

Be shure you have some popcorn available.

Drinks are with mark !

 

@ Ulises,

 

That's why 1 mm is to small for me.......

 

Sjors

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Thanks Caroline...

 

Don't stay away that long from MSW and you will not missed it ...!!!!!!

But thanks for the kind words..

I'm still doing my best between work and other stuff.

 

Sjors

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A small update......

Cannons are done on the upper gun deck.

Stairs are also done and the railings .

I really need a cleaning person  :(  :(  :(

Nope, not Anja  :angry: I have to do it by myself.

Maybe a good idea to do it before I take pictures ?

Maybe something for the next time ?????

Or I have to use a camera with has no High definition ...........

Oh well.....

 

Sjors

 

 

 

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Your Aggie's looking better and better all the time Sjors. I'd stick with your HD camera, so we can keep seeing all those great details.

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Thanks you all.

 

I have take a look at the second picture and when I magnify it I have the feeling to run away !!!!!!!!

That looks really..........

Next time I shall try to make better pictures.......without dust !!!!

Or is it the tung oil ?????

I found out that that stuff gives white dots.

Look as dust but it isn't.......

Maybe I have to go back to the yacht varnish ?????

 

Sjors

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We don't care about a little dust, we know you and Anja have been busy with they house, no time to ship-shape the ship  ;)

Railings look magifico!  Good to see you back in the shipyard.

 

Cheers,

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Some good progress there mate, she's really looking the part.

 

I've never known Tung Oil to white spot before, you learn something new everyday. I will have to think twice before I use it again.

 

Be Good

 

mobbsie

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Thank you  :D  :D  :D

 

Before I forget how it work s I have a little update......

The cannons on the port side are done.

The wales are also done.

They give me metal wales and it was not easy to work with because there is no space tp put clamps on but oke, they are there.

Still not cleaned the deck so no pictures of that yet.......

 

Sjors

 

 

 

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