Victory 1737 - 1:84 scale

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I really did not have time to move on.
But some views of the 3D compass table in place, the lanterns too.
The rowboats received some accessories. I could not resist, contrary to what I had decided: the boat that will be moored to the hull now has sails ...



















 
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I'm not doing a lot right now, not too much time ...
But the masts are in progress, nothing is glued of course, it becomes difficult to make photos with this scale.
The rowboat will finally be independent and not glued to the hull! It hid too many things by putting it next ... :)













 
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Thank you very much for your follow-up on this topic! :cool:
@Pat: This ship is inspired by the Victory of 1737, but is not a reproduction of the smallest detail of the historic ship.
So no museum possible, but I am happy to respect the codes of the tall ships of the 18th ... ;)
 
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Small suite on the masts. I only spent a limited time on the Victory. I was busy with other things ...
I focused on the foremast to determine the look of the mast. The others will follow, they are all cut, but it is necessary to dress them! :)

But first the end of the base of the sailing boat:








And so the foremast and its hune (? in english) in construction and aging:
















And a set up to see what it will look like:





 
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Thx.
There is no doubt, following the rig will happen, but with a lot of time to pass... ;)
 

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Truly amazing. Beautiful work.
 
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