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#1 Posted : 13 September 2013 22:54:31

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Ok Ok Ok so I said i was going to stash this for a while, but circomestances have changed and I now plan to make this a gift for my Dad so need to get this done PDQ.

This Build Diary will be pictorial in the main unless I have an important revelation to share. but by all means ask questions.

You can find a kit review of this model if you follow this link.

http://forum.model-space...aspx?g=posts&t=7730

Off we go...





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#2 Posted : 13 September 2013 23:10:30

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Will be following as usual Jase so good luck with her... am sure your dad will be delighted with the finished product....[cool] [cool]

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#3 Posted : 13 September 2013 23:11:12

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#4 Posted : 13 September 2013 23:39:53

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Gandale wrote:
Will be following as usual Jase so good luck with her... am sure your dad will be delighted with the finished product....[cool] [cool]

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Alan


Thanks Alan [biggrin]
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#5 Posted : 13 September 2013 23:41:06

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This should be good, watching with interest[biggrin] Never built anything on the clock before, im guessing its for a birthday prezzie - how much time do you have to complete it?
Steve


Christmas but that closer that I want to think lol
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#6 Posted : 14 September 2013 08:30:10

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[biggrin] Hi Jase
looks a nice little ship[drool] [flapper] [love] [drool]
as for crimble Tesco's already have xmass cake and mince pies for sale[blink] .The express train is rolling
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#7 Posted : 14 September 2013 08:46:37

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[biggrin] What a great idea for a pressie Jase

This link will keep the pressure on

http://www.xmasclock.com/

[cool] Loads of time
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#8 Posted : 14 September 2013 09:01:31

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arpurchase wrote:
[biggrin] Hi Jase
looks a nice little ship[drool] [flapper] [love] [drool]
as for crimble Tesco's already have xmass cake and mince pies for sale[blink] .The express train is rolling
regards
Andy


Thanks Andy, you have reminded me to start the sessional 'be Good or Father Christmas won't come' behaviour modification technique with my girls, whilst also reminding them not to tell lies [blink] [blink] [mellow] [lol]
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#9 Posted : 14 September 2013 09:03:38

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budgie wrote:
[biggrin] What a great idea for a pressie Jase

This link will keep the pressure on

http://www.xmasclock.com/

[cool] Loads of time


Thanks budgie, ill put that on my 'needs' list right next to hole in the head [lol] [flapper]
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#10 Posted : 15 September 2013 22:12:10

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Some more progress. Hull is double planked so can afford for this to be a bit rough and ready.








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#11 Posted : 15 September 2013 22:19:09

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Hi Jase, you say rough and ready but from what I see it's still a very tidy job you've done..... Look forward to seeing more....[cool] [cool]

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#12 Posted : 15 September 2013 22:42:36

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Hi Alan and thanks. There are one or two tiny gaps but i have plated the hull in the same time I did a dozen strips on the San Fran. so a bit of filling before final san.
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#13 Posted : 15 September 2013 22:53:02

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this looks great from what i can see, are the planks 2mm thick? I have a Britany sloup by corel and this also has 2mm planks, not sure why small hulls like this need such thick planks, makes it tricky.
Steve
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#14 Posted : 15 September 2013 23:00:26

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stevie_o wrote:
this looks great from what i can see, are the planks 2mm thick? I have a Britany sloup by corel and this also has 2mm planks, not sure why small hulls like this need such thick planks, makes it tricky.
Steve


Hi Steve yes they are 2 mm planks. need a little soak for the bow otherwise they were flexable enough to nail down without plank bending.
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Hi jase,

lovely planking indeed!

Regards
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#16 Posted : 17 September 2013 07:00:17

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claret wrote:
Hi jase,

lovely planking indeed!

Regards
Claret



Thanks Claret [biggrin]
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#17 Posted : 17 September 2013 11:45:48

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Hi Jase
Had to check your link first to see the kit and finished product.This is a very nice kit of an unusual subject.It is nice to see a decent number of bulkheads for a small model.You are making good progress and are quite right,there is no need to 'overwork' the first planking as long as it's solid and the correct shape,especially as you are against the clock.
Kind Regards Nigel
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#18 Posted : 17 September 2013 18:46:40

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Thanks Nige,

Agree the number of ribs is helpful, the bow is unusual being a river boat and needed some thought. You'll find as the build progresses that the deck is very busy there is a lot of wood packed in and the website pics don't do it justice.

As for the clock not told my dad so he won't know if be gets it for his birthday in August[laugh]
Martyn Ingram
#19 Posted : 17 September 2013 19:13:05

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[biggrin] Nice work Jase I think Ill get this one for my self rgd Martyn[biggrin]
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#20 Posted : 17 September 2013 21:39:05

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Martyn Ingram wrote:
[biggrin] Nice work Jase I think Ill get this one for my self rgd Martyn[biggrin]


Thanks Martyn. You wont be disappointed these little kits are really nice quality [drool]
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