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Der Holländische Zweidecker by SuperSylvester - 1/50 scale following the plans of Heinrich Winter's Hohenzollern model

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Hi Jack

 

Wow!!! Talk about taking modelling and wood carving to a whole new level....absolutely superb.

 

You must, undoubtedly, have an incredible amount of skill and patience to achieve what you've done.

 

I look forward to following along.

 

All the best

 

Patrick

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Hi Patrick, thanks for your compliments but it's not really woodcarving.

 

I used some dentist drills on a little Dremel-thing and making one fish takes about an hour to 'carve'. 

 

It took some more time and effort to design and build the whole beakhead bulkhead while this is no part of the original model. 

 

I hope it looks okay...

 

Cheers,

Jack

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On 3/3/2015 at 4:14 PM, amateur said:

Have you seen the model by Peter (Mr Hollom).

That's becomming a real stunner: (can't impute a link here ...., search for Hohenzollern)

 

Jan

It seems the build of Mr. Hollom has been deleted??

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