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||Posted - 06/23/2019 : 08:40:09 AM
Rumblings on making a paper ship model.
|15 L A T E S T R E P L I E S (Newest First)
||Posted - 05/14/2020 : 07:43:12 AM
Somehow I missed this thread, great job!
||Posted - 05/14/2020 : 06:07:39 AM
Wow, it's been a while since I looked at this one.
Thanks for the wonderful words Carl, John, Pete, George, Mike, Greg, Frank,
Ted, Fred, Dave, and Vince.
Pete (from Maine) stopped by for a recent visit. He wanted to see this model
and I handed it to him. As with everyone he could not believe how light in weight it is.
||Posted - 05/14/2020 : 02:23:42 AM
||Posted - 08/29/2019 : 1:08:04 PM
WOW!! JUST WOW!!
||Posted - 08/29/2019 : 11:39:32 AM
||Posted - 08/28/2019 : 10:27:07 PM
Ahoy Skipper Santos'..What a beautiful work of art'...'Bravo'...
||Posted - 08/28/2019 : 7:29:47 PM
Nicely done Bob, I enjoyed the tour. I think you should stand at the stern and take a bow.
||Posted - 08/28/2019 : 2:31:21 PM
Bob, it's always a joy for me to watch you build a model, and this paper ship "Enterprize" was no different.
No matter what material you work with, styrene, wood, paper, they always come out looking FANTASTIC!!!
Congratulations on completing another beautiful model!
||Posted - 08/28/2019 : 2:29:11 PM
Beautiful! What a fine job you’ve done. Details like the cannon really catch the eye and by substituting your own you enhanced an already impressive model.
||Posted - 08/28/2019 : 1:40:02 PM
An amazing piece of craftsmanship, Bob.
||Posted - 08/28/2019 : 1:31:44 PM
||Posted - 08/28/2019 : 1:17:40 PM
Fantastic one model to be proud of for sure. If we did not know would never guess it was paper
||Posted - 08/28/2019 : 12:55:48 PM
Incredible! Bravo Bob!
||Posted - 08/28/2019 : 12:23:10 PM
Pete, Dave, and Jim, thanks for your comments.
The paper shipmodel is finished.
28 gun frigate c.1774
model scale = 1:96 (a very common ship model scale, 1/8"=1')
model length = 17.5 inches
model beam = 4.5 inches
model weight = 12 oz.
I figure the model is about 99.8 paper, only very small items non-paper. As promised, here is the list:
cannons & carronades - metal
swivel guns - wood, carved from toothpicks
mast stubs - wood
deadeyes and deadeye straps - plastic
capstan - carved wood
belaying pins - plastic
anchors - pastic
stern lanterns - resin & plastic
rudder chain - brass chain
||Posted - 08/27/2019 : 10:54:09 PM
That is SOME serious modeling skill!