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CHALOUPE ARMÉE EN GUERRE - 1834 - by Jeronimo - Finished


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CHALOUPE ARMÉE EN GUERRE 1834

 

 

 

 

 

 

Construction plans from Gerard Delacroix, France

 

Scale of the model  1:24

 

Wood type Schweizer Elsbeere

 

Construction period    Okt. 2009    -    Juli 2010

 

 

Regards Karl

 

 

 

 

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Karl

 

I have this monograph and intend to build it some day, I've got the plan sections glued on to some plywood for the mould but that's it.

 

Your build shows real quality but I imagine that the disaster was heartbreaking. Did you recover it or did you have to restart the build?

 

Dave

Currently building CC HMS Victory (6 years and counting)

 

Future Builds: Victory models 1/64th HMS Victory, Commerce De Marseille (Scratchbuild)and my Japanese Model Rail layout

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Hi Karl,

 

I remember your model. I was very impressed by your build, as I've seen it the first time. And there's nothing changed. I am very impressed.

 

Just beautyful. Thanks for sharing

Regards Christian

 

Current build: HM Cutter Alert, 1777; HM Sloop Fly, 1776 - 1/36

On the drawing board: English Ship Sloops Fly, 1776, Comet, 1783 and Aetna, 1776; Naval Cutter Alert, 1777

Paused: HMS Triton, 1771 - 1/48

"Have no fear of perfection - you'll never reach it." Salvador Dali

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Beautiful work. I was heart-stopped at your 'disaster' photos, but very glad that you had the patience and courage to start over again. Well done, Karl!

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Hi, Karl!

I wonder about wood type:

Wood type Schweizer Elsbeere - it looks like pear. I have not the word "Elsbeere" in my German dictionary, but I suppose it is a pear. Is it?

Kind regards,

Hrvoje :)

 

Finished: Leut by Dida

My current build: Leut II

 

My forum dealing with traditional Croatian and Mediterranean shipbuilding: http://drvenibrodovi.forumotion.eu.

 

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Oskorusa?! What a surprise for me! Thank you Egen. :)

"Planinski jasen" says Google on my side.

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Kind regards,

Hrvoje :)

 

Finished: Leut by Dida

My current build: Leut II

 

My forum dealing with traditional Croatian and Mediterranean shipbuilding: http://drvenibrodovi.forumotion.eu.

 

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Thank you Karl! I saw this tree here, in Croatia. But I did not know anything about its use.

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Kind regards,

Hrvoje :)

 

Finished: Leut by Dida

My current build: Leut II

 

My forum dealing with traditional Croatian and Mediterranean shipbuilding: http://drvenibrodovi.forumotion.eu.

 

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Hello Karl, nice top see this one again:-)

Thank you for showing!

 

Grüßle, Daniel

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