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Thanks for posting your photos.  I have always been a fan of micro scale models, but have not had the fortitude to actually try.   I look forward to following your build, but would really like to hear about what techniques and tools you use as you post your photos.  Maybe you can teach those of us that would like to try these small scales enough for us to take a chance. 

 

If you would be so kind, please let us know your name so we can address you properly rather than Gobi71,

 

Thanks again

Allan

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Excuse me, I was rude. my name is gabriel. vasile gabriel , and i am from romania. I use methods that do not differ greatly from what you know.I draw inspiration from the work of Narin majgeldinov, aka woodeater.(whom I thank).I just have a good view.do not use a magnifying glass or glasses, but a head lamp, very strong. for the hull i worked a block of pear wood , composed of slices of 1 mm thickness, and glued together with newsprint.

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Gabriel, your work is very inspiring to look at. can you explain the difference between the picture that shows the frames that are glued with the newsprint and the one that shows the frames with the spaces between.

How did you remove the newsprint and get the spaces?

 

The interior work is amazing!

 

Michael

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Gabriel, your work is very inspiring to look at. can you explain the difference between the picture that shows the frames that are glued with the newsprint and the one that shows the frames with the spaces between.

How did you remove the newsprint and get the spaces?

 

The interior work is amazing!

 

Michael

 

Thanks for posting the photo, too, Gabriel.  Michael has asked exactly the question I wanted to know as well.

 

If you can show us, then I'd be most grateful.

 

Many thanks

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Thank you Gabriel for the information.

 

 I simply detached pieces, one by one, carefully numbered,worked inside and thickness,

I had to smile you make it sound so easy, and like all tasks, I imagine it took a while to learn just how to do that.

 

Michael

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