Tender AVOS` 1806 - Master Korabel - 1/72

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Good afternoon, colleagues!
Happy New Year and Merry Christmas!

I bring to your attention the test assembly of the new woodenkit from "Master Korabel"
Scale 1/72
The tender "AVOS`" (тендер "Авось") is the first ship of the Russian-American Company that was built in Alaska in Novo-Arkhangelsk in 1806 (now Sitka, USA)
The total length of the model is 42 centimeters
8 guns - 3 pound.

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in a few days I will lay out a photo of the hull with eight guns and all the details on the deck
 

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I like the Master Korabel kits!Any release date for this kit?
 

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My regards
I also really like woodenKit from "MasterKorabel".

According to available information, the release will be in February 2018
It seems to me that at the moment tender "AVOS" is the best KIT of "MasterKorabel"
 

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It is a nice kit in this scale. Especially the elements for the deck are realy looking good.
I have only a small problem with the laser cutted planks. With this the grain of the wood is not following the direction of the plank, and also the lines of grain or differences of color are going over from one plank to the next one.
But on the other hand, I good start for modelers which want to get fastly success with the hull.
The world is full of thousands not finished hulls, due to the fact, that the modeler get frustrated with the handling of mainly the second planking.....I have also one.....
 

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Good morning.
Many thanks for the answers.
Now I began to understand what was happening.
What a nightmare!!

The fact is that I did not see any messages on that forum. I yesterday could not come on that site. I was blocked. As a guest, I also did not find a topic about the tender, which I posted on that forum, like here.
I immediately wrote in support that I can not go to the forum. But I did not get an answer.

I ask the administrator not to delete this message.

I can not communicate with the designer, there is no way he can explain that there was an error
Let me unloc
 
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greenstone

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I will explain at this forum As I do not have the opportunity to go to that forum

Archival drawings of the tender Avos not preserved, but the Russian tenders are very similar to the English tenders.
Therefore, the developer took as a basis one of the drawings from Greenwich
in the basis - Arrow (1823), a 10-gun single-masted Cutter, as designed and built by Captain Hayes.
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in the basis
MasterKorabel's work is a complete reconstruction
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Later, a 3d model was constructed on the basis of the theory obtained, which was also corrected. In the final version - the hulls are of course differen
 
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the stern.
All Russian tenders, like the brig, like the schooners in Russia, had a typical design of a stern and transom
Here is a drawing from the archival Russian book of the 18th century on shipbuildin (Russian translation of the book by John Fincham - Финчам - Краткое изложение о практическом кораблестроении - 1841), which took as a basis for the tender "Avos"
Figure 10



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Here is the second russian author Okunev on shipbuilding (1836 year), where this construction and design of a stern and transomis mentioned
Here is a detailed description of the construction. As planks go upright, what should be the locks and other

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