Panart: San Felipe 1:75 Scale Build Log

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Re: Panart: San Felipe 1:75 Scale Build Log

Post by paulv1958 » Wed Aug 02, 2017 3:42 pm

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Re: Panart: San Felipe 1:75 Scale Build Log

Post by Canoe21 » Thu Aug 03, 2017 7:20 pm

Hello Donnie

Great job you are doing on your planking, the little extra effort sure makes a great difference, WELL DONE, ENJOY.

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Post by neptune » Thu Aug 03, 2017 10:11 pm

G'day Donnie, lovely build with some very innovative solutions to some of the problems you encountered , a very nice and descriptive build log,

best regards John.

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Re: Panart: San Felipe 1:75 Scale Build Log

Post by Donnie » Wed Aug 30, 2017 8:49 pm

I finally got in some time planking some more of the hull with walnut strips. The darkness is because I put water on the planks to simulate poly stain. I also found out that using CA while the strip is wet really helps alot in bending and it seems the CA soaks into the strip better.

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Re: Panart: San Felipe 1:75 Scale Build Log

Post by cornish123 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 12:31 am

Hi Donnie,
Nice looking ship. I live in the UK and was born and bred in Cornwall the best county in in England. I am going home to visit in Sept and when I contacted them to order the ship OCCRE Aurora Brig 1:65 the girl was very polite and offered to keep it back for me so that I could pick it up whilst on my holidays there. I am glad yours arrived safely and shows that CMB are a good company to deal with. Roll on Christmas so we can all see the start of your build. :handgestures-thumbup:
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Post by cornish123 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 12:34 am

Hi Donnie,
silly me did not see all the other posts on your ship. Looks really good. :text-imsorry:
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Post by modelshipwright » Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:38 am

Looking very good Donnie. Love the colour of the wood.

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Re: Panart: San Felipe 1:75 Scale Build Log

Post by Donnie » Thu Aug 31, 2017 9:47 pm

Thanks I appreciate the feedback. The following images are of the wood dry. The circles are of using a compass and using measurement arcs to determine how close I am of the sides being equal in width of planking. Maybe off just a little, but can't really tell that much. I am fairly satisfied so far with my planking and I can't imagine covering all this work up with white paint. That is why I am thinking of just using polyurethane.

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Post by neptune » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:29 pm

She is looking great Donnie, nice crisp planking, Panart make a nice kit, I know what you mean about covering up tha t lovely planking,

best regards John.

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Re: Panart: San Felipe 1:75 Scale Build Log

Post by Peglegreg » Sun Sep 03, 2017 3:34 am

G'day Donnie
I have spent the last 2 to 3 days reading your incredible tutorial log.
WOW

There isn't enough thank you left to say how well you have done, not only with the build, but with your amazing logs.
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I've haven't had the pleasure in building a model for this kit's manufacturer. But I have done an AL kit and after a few pages of instructions, I threw it out because of the translation problem. E.G. It mentioned a rubber band in the introduction and after a few hours of frustration, I discovered they were talking about bumper bars like in cars, so it was the WALE that they were referring to.
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Well mate keep up with your great work and can I ask for more of your videos please.
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