HMS VICTORY - construction report

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  1. Scorpio

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    Hello dear friends,
    How to her certainly already knows, at the moment I build a sailing ship HMS.VICTORY. Nevertheless, I will not show the whole construction report with many photos here, but not load only, so, around the server so strongly. In 16.09 in 2005 Beginning officially my new Internet model construction platform where to her all my friends - mine of "Victory" and many still other construction reports finds.
    Here only one photo of today's ones was entitled to my model

    With the best greetings to everything
    Christoph

    HP.
    On 16.09.2005 I will say to You give and here I put a link to this construction report
  2. Scorpio

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    Hello dear friends,
    How to her certainly already knows, at the moment I build a sailing ship HMS.VICTORY. Nevertheless, I will not show the whole construction report with many photos here, but not load only, so, around the server so strongly. In 16.09 in 2005 Beginning officially my new Internet model construction platform where to her all my friends - mine of "Victory" and many still other construction reports finds.
    Here only one photo of today's ones was entitled to my model

    With the best greetings to everything
    Christoph

    HP.
    On 16.09.2005 I will say to You give and here I put a link to this construction report
  3. Jim Krauzlis

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    Hi, Christoph! :D

    That is an outstanding looking ship and one that deserves more than a single photo, so I for one anxiously await seeing more of this build.

    This, I know, is the Shipyard kit at 1:96 scale, blest with your amazing modeling skills, of course! I would love to learn how you built the figurehead and to see the rest of the construction photos that lead you to this point.

    Absolutely beautiful and amazing build, my friend! :D

    Cheers!
    Jim
  4. Jim Krauzlis

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    Hi, Christoph! :D

    That is an outstanding looking ship and one that deserves more than a single photo, so I for one anxiously await seeing more of this build.

    This, I know, is the Shipyard kit at 1:96 scale, blest with your amazing modeling skills, of course! I would love to learn how you built the figurehead and to see the rest of the construction photos that lead you to this point.

    Absolutely beautiful and amazing build, my friend! :D

    Cheers!
    Jim
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    Scorpio,

    I've been wondering why you've been hiding..., now I know and with good reason! Spectacular results! Please tell them, "Did I tell you its made out of paper?" when they ask...,

    -Gil
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    Scorpio,

    I've been wondering why you've been hiding..., now I know and with good reason! Spectacular results! Please tell them, "Did I tell you its made out of paper?" when they ask...,

    -Gil
  9. Scorpio

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    Hi GIL,

    You know the answer.
    Yes this is a cardboard model of Shipyard publishing company in graduation 1:96
    thus approx. 110 cms long.

    I really do not want to load the server, therefore, on 16.09.2005 I will invite to all to my other construction report.
    Please, all friends still around a little patience

    Greeting
    Christoph
  10. Scorpio

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    Hi GIL,

    You know the answer.
    Yes this is a cardboard model of Shipyard publishing company in graduation 1:96
    thus approx. 110 cms long.

    I really do not want to load the server, therefore, on 16.09.2005 I will invite to all to my other construction report.
    Please, all friends still around a little patience

    Greeting
    Christoph
  11. J.L.

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    First rate work for a first rate ship. (100+ guns)
    J.L.
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    First rate work for a first rate ship. (100+ guns)
    J.L.
  13. Scorpio

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    Thank you Christoph. That was a real treat! - Leif
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    Thank you Christoph. That was a real treat! - Leif
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    Beautifully done, Christoph. 8) I really enjoyed viewing the construction progress in the link, the Nelson figure in his cabin is a great touch. :)
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    Beautifully done, Christoph. 8) I really enjoyed viewing the construction progress in the link, the Nelson figure in his cabin is a great touch. :)
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    Christoph,

    How are you going to rig her? Full sail, furled sail, or shipyard layup...,

    Best regards, Gil
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    Christoph,

    How are you going to rig her? Full sail, furled sail, or shipyard layup...,

    Best regards, Gil