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ShipbuilderMN

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ShipbuilderMN last won the day on April 17 2015

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About ShipbuilderMN

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    Ship modelling. Writing. Vintage radio design & construction.

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  1. How can it be hacked if it is still working?
  2. Just saw the comment on Facebook that Britmodeller has been hacked. Can only say that for me, it is still working! 2nd August 1406 BST
  3. Hi Steve, Thanks, You had used several methods that I had not seen before, and I liked the bit about fishooks etc! Best wishes Bob
  4. Very nice buld, with some handy tips in it. Not many merchant ships ever get modelled for reasons that escape me, so it is especially pleasing when they do appear - Bob
  5. Thank you Rob - Just saw the download notification. Bob
  6. If it isn't fun, maybe best to just go back to what you do like building!
  7. I quite like scale of 32 feet to 1 inch (1:384). They are small enough for normal sized houses or flats, and don't require any high degree of patience to build. This on, the steamer Politician, is shown in a Utube presentation from block of wood to completion. It took a total of 58 hours to build, spread over a few weeks. All timed on a stopwatch. Building costs, virtually nothing. But being scratchbuilt, it would not be a popular choice for a model, but I was never much good with kits! https://youtu.be/dbKlh_aa9r4
  8. Apparently, can only hotlink large images with a Premium Account that comes with a monthly fee - so that is the end of that!
  9. Trying again - Failed again!
  10. As Post Image have decided to stick their adverts into images, I am experimenting with an alternative host - First attempt - barque East African. http://img146.imagevenue.com/aAfkjfp01fo1i-7610/loc596/62785_EastAfricanMedium_122_596lo.JPG
  11. I have just finished reading: Pocket Island by Charles Clark Munn (1848 - 1917) This is a free download from Librivox, and I listen to these talking books whilst model building. This one starts in the 1840s with a story of smuggl;ing off the coast of Maine, continued through the American Civil War, and ending again on Pocket Island. A grand tale of adventure. This is the final paragraph, which is very true, and sums up my own feelings at the age of 75: Life at best is but an enigma, and like children pursuing a Will-o-the-Wisp, so do we all pursue the illusive beacon light of a brighter and happier to-morrow-always hoping, never attaining, though striving ever until, wearied of the vain pursuit, at last we fall by the wayside and are forgotten. For anyone wishing to download this free talking book - here is the Librivox link: https://librivox.org/pocket-island-by-charles-clark-munn/ I put it in my Android tablet and listede to it from there. It runs for five hours, twenty minutes - Highly recommended! Bob
  12. Stuart, Several of them give the methods, but it is against the rules to advertise! Bob
  13. From block of wood to completed model - 32 feet to 1 inch - 1:384 - Bob https://youtu.be/LEuoD6klIY4
  14. Yes, I drew it on a large piece of white card using rulers, French Curves etc. Then photographed it and coloured it in using the computer. Bob
  15. Yes, I drew it on a large piece of white card using rulers, French Curves etc. Then photographed it and coloured it in using the computer. Bob
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