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Royal William by Denis R - Euromodel - Scale 1:72

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Hi All

 

Sorry I am back ha-ha.

 

Just dry fitted the next deck up from the quarterdeck .

 

Put the mizzen mast in to locate the position of the deck as you do with all the decks.

 

As this deck over hangs by about 23mm going on the plans number 8 I had to cut this amount off.

 

Next is to glue the deck on.

 

Denis.

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Hi All

 

Just to say tha........

 

............................................ats to do).

 

Sorry about all the dust you can see ha-ha, will clean that up soon.

 

Denis.

 

What dust? My desk is never that clean!

Great work on the dry fitting of the deck. The curvature looks superb. 

Havagooday mate!

Greg

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Nice progress, Denis. What's happened to "pink"? Did you get married? ;)

Hi Keith

No I am still the same person :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D .

 

Don't look to hard into my dogs eyes as you can see he is a bit mad :) :) .

 

Denis.

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Hi All

 

Just painted the window that supports the Poop deck.

 

Before I painted it I had to move the planking out as they sloped to far inwards but all is Ok now.

 

Now will do the liquid glass on the back.

 

Denis.

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Hi Visi

 

Don't worry my dog "nosher" (nickname) but his real name is Mr T.

He is chained to the Admirals desk, but I have to say he likes a shin bone or two, he also likes a rib or two on Sundays when he can get them :o;) ;) .

 

Denis.

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Denis

The Hull Planking - very nicely done.

I like the way you sectioned the planks and worked them

as groups.

 

Looking from the bottom up gives it an "easy on the eye" feel.

A gentle gradient. Cant wait for how good the second planking will be.

Thanks for Sharing.

 

visi
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Hi all

 

Sorry I have not posted for some time but I have been working on the second planking.

 

I have got to say it is taking a very long time and only 1/3rd done.

 

I thought I would give part of it a bit of a sand to see what it will look like.

 

Denis.

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