you can find it on youtube:Where did you find that film?Sounds interesting.
Ah thanks. I somehow thought it was a collaboration wherethe various parts of a single build were completed by different builders and then put together appropriately. The more I think about it, the less feasible that sounds.A group build is where several modelers build the same model from the same plans, and collaborate about the various builds through their build logs. HMS Blandford cross section is a group build here.
That is indeed spectacular Doc!A couple of friends and I actually did what you describe. It was also a “group build” ...just different. See my Battle Station log!
Yes Uwe, it would be similar. While I must confess that I originally thought it was diagonal bracing they are in fact diagonal riders. They start between frames B and (×). I've attached three photos as a means of showing you what I mean. The 1st photo shows the general location of the diagonal riders. The 2nd photo (D2/1) it will be item 72. The last photo (section D) it will be item 85.View attachment 152505View attachment 152506View attachment 152507
I may be a little late to the party but if a new group project is still on the table, I'd like to make a suggestion.
If it is possible, does anyone think that the Constitution may make a likely candidate for a new group build? I ask because unlike other projects, the Constitution has a construction aspect that I would love to try and/or make. The aspect I am referring to are the diagonal bracing in the lower hold area.
I am not computer savvy so I wouldn't be able to help in that department such as drafting lines or such. Since I'm currently working on the Victory, the time that the Admiral is giving me is being used on the build.
Does anyone else think it might be a good idea or is it that it isn't feasible this time around? Anyway, food for thought gentlemen.