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HMS VICTORY 1759 by isalbert

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Hello Isalbert,

 

Bon anniversaire. Have a great day.

 

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Anja

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I am very touched for my birthday and thank you very much to you all.

To answer the questions, the Victory is in 1/48th scale

Thank you for all these compliements.

 

Albert OLIVIER

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Isalbert, Amazing looking model of the Victory you have. I bet she's big at 1/48 scale. Do you intend to rig her?

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Excellent workmanship, Isalbert!

 

Victory isn't a quite easy subject because the ship still exists and there are a lot of known details which you have to follow closely. Also, the scale you have chosen is very demanding, but your craftmanship is certainly up to that! Keep on the good work and thank you for the photos! 

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Hello Isalbert.

A very nice build with excellent quality throughout.

Your attention to details is superb :)

 

Regards Antony.

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Isalbert

I enjoyed looking at the photos of your model as Victory was my first pretty good build many years ago. One small thing that I found to be new is that the  capstan is sitting on a grating.  I had only seen them resting on partners in the past, so I am not sure if this was an alternate possibility.

 

Thanks for sharing your build

 

Allan

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Hi Isalbert

 

You are very good at this. You model looks fantastic.

What are the dimensions? She's seems really big. Another person I am following took some photos of his model with Pepsi can placed on one of the decks, would you be willing to do that to put her size into perspective for your followers? :)

 

PS: I see your thread was also hit by the last server problems as some of your photos have also gone missing...  :(

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