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Yet another Victory by Bernd Options
Bernd
#241 Posted : 07 August 2013 16:21:10

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Hi, shipmates!

Only one gun still missing in the cutaway!





Finally a thin woodstrip on top to protect the frame parts





After adjusting the colors of frames and planks, this is the result









Greetings from Austria,
Bernd
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#242 Posted : 07 August 2013 16:58:24

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very nicely done bernd. great display. k.
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#243 Posted : 07 August 2013 17:00:42

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Hi Bernd,BigGrin

That is really brill,Drool Drool .
I like the addition of the rib sections in the cutaway, a nice twist, much better than a large hole in the hull.

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#244 Posted : 07 August 2013 20:15:00

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Absolutely brilliant Drool Drool Love Love
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#245 Posted : 07 August 2013 22:48:13

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Fantastic work Bernd, really enhances the old girl...Drool Drool .. Very well done.... Cool Cool

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#246 Posted : 07 August 2013 23:18:01

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Fantastic Work Bernd Drool

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#247 Posted : 11 August 2013 19:25:32

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Beautiful and stunning job there Bernd.
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#248 Posted : 11 August 2013 20:12:57

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Just shows what can be done great job ThumpUp
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#249 Posted : 11 August 2013 20:32:49

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Stunning,the cut away done the way you have done it sets the whole thing off beautifully.
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#250 Posted : 11 August 2013 21:16:45

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BigGrin Very nicely done BerndCool
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#251 Posted : 11 August 2013 23:18:10

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That cutaway looks absolutely fabulous BerndLove Love Truely wonderful work,especially given the lack of access and having to work inside out.
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#252 Posted : 11 August 2013 23:29:45

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Very nice way to finish her off Bernd, looks stunning.... Cool Cool

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#253 Posted : 13 August 2013 17:26:45

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It looks fantastic Bernd ThumpUp
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#254 Posted : 24 August 2013 00:29:12

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Hi bernd.
Fantastic job on your cuttaway.
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#255 Posted : 24 August 2013 07:14:17

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Absolutely stunning finish, Bern. Those sailors certainly look like they've been in the wars.
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#256 Posted : 28 August 2013 11:42:38

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I became emotional watching your sailors at work. Your work visualise the strain these men had to deal with. I like the soot stains on their bodies. It gives a new dimension to the illustration of cannoniers at work.
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#257 Posted : 17 March 2014 18:58:16

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Hi Bernd
Absolutely Stunning Build You have been an inspiration and your pictures are so clear

This is my first ever large wooden build and i have just got to the sails i was planning on furling the sails but someone on the forum said they would look out of scale,
would you happen to know the dimensions for the sails if i was to shorten them ??
any help would be gratefully received
Thanks again
Allan
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#258 Posted : 23 July 2014 21:47:48

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Hi Bernd

I have followed your build for almost two years now, you gave did a fantastic job and for this you should move to the Admirals Table. I have used a lot of your ideas in whole and in part over the past couple of years , well almost.

I am contacting you today on the 15 Eye Bolts around the Mizzen Mast, Do you have any information at all as to what all of these Eye Bolts are used for, I am at a loss as I can not find any rime or reason for all of these, mu kit calls for 15, the real ship has 6, could you help me out in this matter.

Once again you have did an excellent job on your build of the HMS Victory, you have created a beauty, well done. Enjoy.

Regards Lawrence
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#259 Posted : 24 July 2014 08:49:07

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Thank you, Lawrence!

No, I have no ideas what all these eye bolts are used for. In my case, 7 of those around the Mizzen mast remained unused.

Best regards,
Bernd
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#260 Posted : 27 July 2014 21:42:56

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Wow, what a beautiful build, wonderful work
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