Le Coureur 1776, model 1:48 by Adi

Joined
Apr 20, 2020
Messages
1,644
Points
488

Thank you for your likes and kind comments. First, I stowed away a few more spare sail panels, as promised. Now I turn my attention to the equipment of the galley and at the same time the deck template 7.

View attachment 255084

View attachment 255085

First, the cabinet with the doors and drawers. I took the liberty to attach a few handles. For this I use small rivets from the company Scale Hardware.

View attachment 255086

Next comes the box provided with hinges an ahandle. The hinges are included in the kit, the handle comes from my railroad grab box.
The whole thing is a real fuddle, but after several attempts it worked.

View attachment 255087

Now the furniture is on test in its place in the galley.

View attachment 255088

View attachment 255089

The oven is my next target, with my first task being to touch up the color of the bricks.

View attachment 255090
wonderful work , it's looks beautiful
 
Joined
Sep 22, 2020
Messages
638
Points
318

Location
Ehingen a.d. Donau Germany
Hallo again, your likes and comments encourage me and push me forward, thank you very much.
The oven is the main topic today. I color-treated the individual ceramic parts before assembling them. Again I can gratefully draw on Uwe's excellent Pathfinder work. He rightly thinks that the fastening lugs for the cooking pots, as well as for the brackets of the entire oven turn out much too large.
Then I remembered that Istill have various rigging hooks from Syren Ship Modelcompany, their eyelets have correct size, so the hooks are misused.

Coureur_20210910_1.jpg

In the meantime, I have covered 2 beds, with tissue paper and color refinished.

Coureur_20210910_2.jpg

Coureur_20210910_3.jpg

Here the misuse of the hooks.

Coureur_20210913_1.jpg

Then the installation in the galley.

Coureur_20210914_1.jpg

Coureur_20210914_2.jpg

Coureur_20210914_3.jpg
 
Last edited:
Joined
Sep 26, 2020
Messages
2,235
Points
538

Location
Missouri City, Texas
Hallo again, your likes and comments encourage me and push me forward, thank you very much.
The oven is the main topic today. I color-treated the individual ceramic parts before assembling them. Again I can gratefully draw on Uwe's excellent Pathfinder work. He rightly thinks that the fastening lugs for the cooking pots, as well as for the brackets of the entire oven turn out much too large.
Then I remembered that Istill have various rigging hooks from Syren Ship Modelcompany, their eyelets have correct size, so the hooks are misused.

View attachment 256150

In the meantime, I have covered 2 beds, with tissue paper and color refinished.

View attachment 256151

View attachment 256152

Here the misuse of the hooks.

View attachment 256153

Then the installation in the galley.

View attachment 256154

View attachment 256155

View attachment 256156
This is excellent work, nice details! ;)
 
Top