Build log: HANNA obtained from Lumberyard

Canoe21

Lawrence
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#11
Hello Janet
Nice to see that working on your on your Hanna again. Golly those frames sure do look great, Well None. Looking forward to more great work, just take your time and enjoy your self, model ship building is a hobby and not a job. You will find that if you post your build log pictures that it is much nicer than attachments that one hast to open. If you are having trouble, then just howler and you will receive lots of help, just a thought that is all, ENJOY.
Regards Lawrence
 

DocBlake

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#12
I missed this, but I'm here now! I'll be following this build. One of my plans is to scratch build "Hannah" in a larger scale: 1:32 or 1:24. I have Bob Hunt's practicum and Hahn's plans. Bob had a timbering set for a 1:48 "Hannah" a couple of years ago that had drawings for all the parts. The frames in that plan went together like the frames in Mike's "Blandford" CS. The build was upright, not Hahn style. Too bad he quit producing the kit.
 

JANET

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dbdriskell

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Janet,
Are u still having problems. I have been dealing w a death in family. I wish someone else in admin will step up.
 

dbdriskell

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#19
Please give me a day to get some things sorted out w family and things as my mom just passed away the other day. I do want to help you streamline your picture uploading process.
 
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