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#221 Posted : 04 January 2018 03:32:07

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Jens, if I take nothing more from your post ~ the amount of detail and patience is something I wish I were blessed with. Your work is so meticulous... I am so envious of your skills. ~~~ and I will try to always think as you, using the best materials, be it paper or whatever. Thank you for sharing.

have fun, jess
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#222 Posted : 04 January 2018 17:57:02

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Hi Tony and Jess
Thank you for the great praise,
and Jess it's also crucial that it's now the third cutty sark I'm building. The first was billing boats 564 laser cut. The other is Artisania Latina - the same as you are doing - and there is a lot of difference in the quality of the two brands in Artisania's favor. and the third is an old billing boat 459 where i actually only used the frames and the deak plates. the lists are surplus from artisania models and I build it with Artisania's building instructions as i sa it is a billing boats - artisania wonabee

2011 (1.) cutty sark




and nr 2 and 3 together

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#223 Posted : 04 January 2018 17:57:30

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Hi Samson
You are putting some serious modelling skills into this and it shows, a fantastic build.
Regards
Paul
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#224 Posted : 04 January 2018 22:40:59

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Great to see them all together and the differences between them.... The Cutty is obviously a ship you enjoy and your builds show the dedication.... beautiful.....Cool Cool

Regards

Alan
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#225 Posted : 04 January 2018 23:48:58

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Hi poul
thanks. im glad you like it . BigGrin

Hi Alan yes i lowe thous old squarrigged tallships ,and modeling a ship that still exist is so moths better to du becorse of all thous pic off all details is awailerbell on the net .


a little ewnings opdate now im her .




sory i lassy not yousing translasion pogram Blushing





14-01-2018 Hi all BigGrin




A small opdate - thou it tok a hole weeks spartime Huh



started on sekkond flore BigGrin



01-02-2018 komming along well with "2. floor". finish making brass fiting and started painting Cool





still long way to the topHuh





Jens.

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#226 Posted : 25 January 2019 09:10:56

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Morning Jens
The Yardarms on your model are so detailed compared to mine. Great skill and patients. I went to Greenwich last year and saw the Cutty Sark which made me want to build her. Im loving it and it gives me so much pleasure.

Keep up the work

Regard Terry
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On the bench. Cutty Sark 1869
Built. Mayflower 1609, Endeavor, 1768
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#227 Posted : 25 January 2019 09:58:49

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Incredible detailing on those spars Jens, amazing work.....Love Love

Regards

Alan
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#228 Posted : 28 February 2019 17:21:45

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hi i am trying to download pictures as described by Alan. it is not yet successful, but I do not give up so forgive me.
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#229 Posted : 28 February 2019 17:24:48

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#230 Posted : 28 February 2019 17:36:31

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Yes it was not exactly what I expected but it was a picture in a way
I have to work on this image transfer.
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#231 Posted : 28 February 2019 23:06:34

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hi i am trying to download pictures as described by Alan. it is not yet successful, but I do not give up so forgive me.


Hi Jens, its not the image transfer that is the problem its the fact you images are way too large, they need to be around 650x480 pixels or 150kb in file size. File format is ok as JPG.

Regards

Alan
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#232 Posted : 01 March 2019 15:05:27

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Hi Alan Thanks for help . Menny of my pic. on this log. has desipered . and i was planing to restor them with this way of oploding but i stil not komftibal enof with it jet - can you oploade more than eno pic at the time ?
and the sise of the pic is nearly worthsless .
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#233 Posted : 01 March 2019 23:31:41

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Hi Jens, don't know what you've done here but now your images are too small. Ideal size is 650 pixels wide by around 480 pixels long. Here is a link to a rough guide which hopefully will help you....

https://forum.model-spac....aspx?g=posts&t=244

As for your missing images, I'm able to see them all. Refreshing your page a few times normally reveals all the images....Cool Cool

Regards

Alan


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#234 Posted : 07 March 2019 19:19:34

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Hi Alan
Excuse me first answer you now. I have been busy .
you write you can still see my pictures, i can only see a small part of them in small sections. I tried to log in and out again but it didn't help. So how do you refresh the page?
Thank you so much for your help so far.

Jens
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#235 Posted : 07 March 2019 22:26:12

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samson wrote:
Hi Alan
Excuse me first answer you now. I have been busy .
you write you can still see my pictures, i can only see a small part of them in small sections. I tried to log in and out again but it didn't help. So how do you refresh the page?
Thank you so much for your help so far.

Jens


Hi Jens, I simply press the 'F5' key to refresh....

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Alan
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