La Belle 1/36 - Plan by Jean Boudriot / myself

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Hi Knut @Norway ,

thank you. I bought all items here in Germany. For the permagrits its better you use google. There are a lot of dealers, this isn´t the problem.
The digital angle i bought here on Amazon. I´m very satisfied with the qualitiy.

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Once more thanks for the tipp - today I got a parcel from amazon with this digital angle - it is looking worth for the relatively small money! Thanks Thumbs-Up
 

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WONDERFUL OLIVER, JUST LOVE THE 3-D, JUST FANTASTIC FOR SOMEONE LIKE ME WHO SOMETIMES HAS A PROBLEM UNDERSTANDING THE PLANS, I AM GETTING THE LA BELLE from ZHL and odering the monograph from ANCRE, after getting the ALERT KIT from TRIDENT, and the YTUBE FROM YOU IS A VERY BIG HELP. THANKS Don
 

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I have now to complete the stern. The interaction between the last frames, the deadwood and the transom is tricky. There are a lot of joint that will mesh together in various different angles. But with calm and one cold german beer it´s possible to get a good result. Here is the first dry assembly to check the geometries. I will shape the pieces a little bit in form. The finetunnig from the hull is the last step when all parts are fixed with PVA.

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Thanks, Knut @Norway

first i did a test piece for the angle as you can see. Important here is that the frame is exactly in 90 degrees with the table from the discsander. You can see the line on the big wood block. Its to adjust the frame correctly..
 
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@Uwek. Absolutly right !
The little Proxxon is on the limit. My luck is that the parts in 1/36 are so small.
But for further projects, no way. That why i planning my new one. I think i will coninue with both. The little proxxon with 90 Degree,
and the new one for flexible works.

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@Uwek. Absolutly right !
The little Proxxon is on the limit. My luck is that the parts in 1/36 are so small.
But for further projects, no way. That why i planning my new one. I think i will coninue with both. The little proxxon with 90 Degree,
and the new one for flexible works.

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The Record Power is looking really good, especially when I compare it with mine (the big Proxxon TSG 250) it is a very good alternative for the same new price.
And you get 5 times more weight....... Would be great, if you could make a review of this machine once you have it. Many Thanks for the hint.
 

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First paintings on my La Belle on the sternpost and the stem. I follow here the model from Bernard Frölich. I like his color interpretation from the La Belle and i will follow him. After that work i´ve mounted the stern. The surface on the outside isn´t ready yet. I will shape it when the hull is completly mounted. The Keel is now ready to start the assembly with the frames.

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@Jimsky

Thank you, Jim. I use this black stain or mordant. Sorry i don´t know the english term. I think you know what i mean: The tape is from Tamiya.
It´s very liquid an need to run under the tape. You have to pay a lot of attention, especial on the rabbet. I used a toothpick for the colorparting on the rabbet.
But a small accident you can resolve always with an sharp blade, a skalpell or anything like this.


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