Friech Boeir Yacht "SPERWER" by Kortes -1:30 scale

ziled68

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Hello Kortes,
That looks amazing brother, your attention to detail is making this little beauty spectacular. On a side note, where will I be able to purchase a few of those micro-chisels you have used? I am sure that they will come in very handy to have in my tool box.

Raymond
 

Kortes

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Hello Kortes,
That looks amazing brother, your attention to detail is making this little beauty spectacular. On a side note, where will I be able to purchase a few of those micro-chisels you have used? I am sure that they will come in very handy to have in my tool box.

Raymond
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My greetings, Raymond,
You wouldn't find those micro-chisels in the store, because I made them myself from the things I had (drills, sewing needles , etc). As i don't carve often, I decided not to buy anything factory fabricated, but to make it myself.
My best regards
 

ziled68

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My greetings, Raymond,
You wouldn't find those micro-chisels in the store, because I made them myself from the things I had (drills, sewing needles , etc). As i don't carve often, I decided not to buy anything factory fabricated, but to make it myself.
My best regards
Brother, your ingenuity is very impressive. I bow down to your commitment to the art of model craftsmanship. I hope to see more of your ideas as you conquer different aspects of your build. Once again Sir, Bravo to you.

Raymond
 

ziled68

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Hello Brother,
Now that you have the deck housing complete, I know you will add doors to it but will you also add port holes for it? If so, I look forward to that next step. Please continue to inspire us and thank you for making me want to build one of these little beauties.

Raymond
 

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My honorable colleagues,
I am very grateful for your attention to my work. I'd be very happy if my report would be of a help to anyone in the working process.
My best regards.
 

Kortes

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Сalking of the joints of the finishing covering of the deck-house roof had to be made out of thin rods of black hornbeam. Since the bending had to be made in place, the former technology was not suitable.
Finishing covering of the deck-house. The rods were bent dry.

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Inspirational! to say the least. The carvings are beautiful and look to be truly part of the ship and not just glued on decoration. I swear, there are so many things I have learned just by watching people build and share here. Thank you! Micro chisel set ...perhaps I can make some too :)
Ron

I got mine from amazon for only $20 bucks and are razor sharp out of the okg which is unusual usually need to redo the factory edge but not these

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B075ZTSYVH/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
 
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