the Colonial Schooner Hannah in 1/48 [COMPLETED BUILD]

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I returned to you my dear friend's with the next step in the Hannah
As I mentioned at the beginning, The goal of this model is the learning process.
Today I began with the second chapter of the Practicum - how to MAKING FRAMES.
I Prepared The Frame Blanks
And of course I am attaching pictures documenting the work / construction process
Wishing us all a beautiful weekend:):)
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And this is the result of the first Frame in the process.
This is far from perfect, but for the first time the result is not bad at all.
Of course, I'd love to hear your opinion, my good friends
goodnight Sleep
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For a first time frame it is looking good - some more experience with some more and they will look very good
-> The preparation of the billet is already very good - the only comment is maybe necessary for the sanding activities where you should be more careful - on one side you sanded too much, so that the thickness is not fitting and differs from the other side
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How do you transfer the form of the frame on top of your wood billet? and how do you cut out and sand the final form.......?
 
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For a first time frame it is looking good - some more experience with some more and they will look very good
-> The preparation of the billet is already very good - the only comment is maybe necessary for the sanding activities where you should be more careful - on one side you sanded too much, so that the thickness is not fitting and differs from the other side
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How do you transfer the form of the frame on top of your wood billet? and how do you cut out and sand the final form.......?
Thanks for the comment, I understand it and noticed it towards the end of the process. By that I meant that it is far from satisfactory. Thanks
 
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Hello friends
Today I continued to build the frames for the ship, today I only provided frame c and I have not finished yet, because At the same time I continued the planking for the Priceland.
I had a very productive day in terms of working on the models, I am progressing in small steps, but the road is fun.
 
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Hi good friends
I have not worked for about two weeks because of the summer vacation and other occupations.
So today I usedthe Prooxon Thicknesser DH 40
boards for the Frames. They came out smooth and in the thickness like I need. In the coming days I will be able to go back and produce a Frames20200805_202153.jpg20200805_221118.jpg20200805_202200.jpg
 
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