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Kris B

HMS Dreadnought 1907 - Trumpeter 1/350

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And more brass. There is not much left on the Eduard PE sheet. 

 

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i love the variety that is available in 1/350, and they build into lovely kits like you are doing, but it would just kill my eyes

 

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On 10/19/2017 at 11:39 PM, Kris B said:

And more brass. There is not much left on the Eduard PE sheet. 

How do you go about gluing such tiny parts; CA, PVA?:shrug:

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On 20/10/2017 at 08:37, KEVIN_ARIS said:

i love the variety that is available in 1/350, and they build into lovely kits like you are doing, but it would just kill my eyes

 

Some of them I barely see as well. But ship without brass won't work in my opinion. And I still do not fancy PE.

 

9 hours ago, Courageous said:

How do you go about gluing such tiny parts; CA, PVA?:shrug:

Those parts from last photo are soldered. I am using soldering paste and gas torch. Usually I am trying to mount as much brass as I could with solder.

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 What Do you hold the etch  piece in place with before you solder it  chris,  its nice work! I'm not keen on pe either but i think thats just because i don't use it often enough, or I'm crap at sticking the  brass  together with ca 

Glynn

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I am using soldering paste, and in most cases it hold itself together. I am soldering using gas torch. It is not so hard as it sounds. 

Brass arrived and I managed to do the masts. 

 

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Cheers lads. That how she looks now - sorry for poor photo quality. I need to find out the way how to make them better as up to know my models was third of size.

 

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You Dreadnought boys are making these look great.  Good job Chris.

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Your photography like your modelling is more than adequate

 

:goodjob:

 

Kev

 

 

Edited by longshanks
left out 'more' in the above sentance which changes the sense somewhat. Apologies

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She's going to look most impressive under a coat of paint chris

Glynn 

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Cheers lads. 

November is not really much productive month in modelling year as to many good things happening. After Telford (where I get one of the must have for me ships - Trumpeter Richelieu 1/350 with Master Model armament) and few other occasions I finally managed some time to sit down. The effect is on the photo below - boats. In this place I would like to thank to Nick for his help and support in this project. Just few bits left and I will start paint her. 

 

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Cheers,

 

Hull is almost ready for primer. All decks are masked using the photo copy of the wooden deck. Just need to open the holes where anchor chains going into the hull and trim the propeller shafts.

 

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looking forward to the painting chris, excellent work so far, really encouraging me to do a ship kit next year

glynn

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Well, up to now was the easiest part. Glynn, get one. It is really lots of joy. 

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