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Discussion in 'Ship & Watercraft Models' started by Sticky Fingers, Jun 11, 2004.
Start again Sticky..
gobsmacked !! more pics pleeeeease
Gobsmacked and floored!!! :lol: Oregon looks great, Glen!
*joins the chorus pleading for more pics*
I am inspired by your work
Slowly but surely the progress continues.
Here is the start of the Flying Bridge. I hope to have the rest of the deck vents done today and perhaps a few more of the 8 inch gun mounts. The wife is out of town on business so I can do some serious work...
Quick get on the phone to her work and tell them your other half will do loads of over time while she is away.
That way we can get to see more of this fantastic build, way to go lad it's great stuff :shock:
look forward to MORE
That's a beautiful ship I think Roman will have to give you the prize.
What an excellent build!
Shaking my head, trying to figure out how I missed this thread for the first month or so... :?
She's really looking great...more pics!! (is that an echo?)
Not sure, but maybe this is...
Oregon keeps looking better, Glen!
I'm still cuttin' and gluein'. More pics soon...
Here we go. Got the bridge and rear walls on the upper platform. Also added the railings to the bridge.
Perhaps the funnels...
I am glad about other photos
With the best greetings
Nice photos, and a great build.
Looking stellar, Glen ! Looks like you did a great job cutting out those bridge windows too. That's always a tedious part, and not so easy to keep them straight once you put stress on them by gluing something on top.
A bit more work last evening. The forward Gun turret and some of the bits on the rear of the flying bridge. Sorry for the focus probs, my regular digital is out of town. :roll:
Comeing together very, very well.
We don't mind the out of focus, if the other digital was there we would not get enough of this great build. :lol:
Look forward to more SOON
And you can always make up for it when the digital camera returns (with the wife)...and you were able to get a whole lot done in the interim. :lol:
Those are great update shots anyway, and we are all happy you posted them.
Here are some more of the small bits. I am using them as a distraction from the larger issues. The boats seem daunting at this point so I think I will try to finish as many of the details as I can while things are quiet.
Some items on the fore deck.
And the first funnel.
I hope you enjoy them.
Yeah, I understand your worries about the boats.
With the Oslabya, I came up with a new "methodology" for the boats, and you can check it out by downloading these files from my site:
Not sure it this is simpler, but I think the results are better.
I certainly do, Glen! The whole model is coming together incredibly well.