HMS Victory 1:96 based on Shipyard

Bazzg

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Hi for the first part of the frame A1 - A5 are these stuck on one made up sheet of 1mm one side A1 - A5 the other side A3 - A4 or 2× 1mm stuck together one for left part of frame A1 - A3 and one for right A4-A5 then one and one glued on a seperate one for left A4 - A5 glued together to make a 2mm to make a BowTo Stern Frame let me know please thanks i have done the two 1mm glued together fo
 

Paragraf

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It took me a long time to accept the new yellow pinky color, so I do not agree with the green one.;) A joke would be more credible if they stated that Victory would be painted again in the old yellow shade. Then I would probably be fooled. :)
 
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Danno71

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Great build log. Hopefully your build is rewarding for you as it is for us to review!
I will definitely utilize some of your detailed techniques for my present build.
Thanks again!
 
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Danno71

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I did start a build log in the forum. Hopefully it’s started in the right place. USS Constitution. I’ve only begun research and build planning at this stage. Miniature, scratch build, tenuous at best.
Regards
 

Neophyte Shipwright

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Superb Kartonist skill. One is fooled into believing this is a wood build and in a manner it is because card/paper are from wood. I have had this kit/book and sold it because I figured I would never build her. It is a complicated model just building as it comes. But you my friend have elevated this build into another realm. I only know of three such people able to build in this fashion and they all are from EU. I look forward to more of your mad skills. I wonder what if....Shipyard ever did this as a all laser cut kito_O.
Rick
 
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