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Redcoat
09-27-2018, 08:40
Hello, I add some photos about my latest works, they are four british ships of the line. Three of them are british the other one is a french capture.

I hope you like them ;)

Best regards,
Julián

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Capn Duff
09-27-2018, 09:08
Once again, what excellent models you turnout Julian, I wish I could turn out such models.

Redcoat
09-27-2018, 11:40
Once again, what excellent models you turnout Julian, I wish I could turn out such models.

Thank you Chris! :beer:

TexaS
09-28-2018, 01:30
As Chris said, I wish I had the skill to produce such marvellous work.

Bligh
09-28-2018, 03:09
I never cease to marvel at your work Julián.

They even stand up to scrutiny when magnified,
Such attention to detail is to be applauded.
Rob.

Redcoat
09-28-2018, 03:38
As Chris said, I wish I had the skill to produce such marvellous work.

Thank you Jonas! :beer:

Redcoat
09-28-2018, 03:39
I never cease to marvel at your work Julián.

They even stand up to scrutiny when magnified,
Such attention to detail is to be applauded.
Rob.

Thank you Rob for the rep. :beer:

Bligh
09-28-2018, 03:44
You are welcome Julián.
Well worth it for the enjoyment of seeing your work, never mind the value added to the Anchorage.
Every post like yours adds to the sites interest to others.
Rob.:salute:

Redcoat
09-28-2018, 04:13
You are welcome Julián.
Well worth it for the enjoyment of seeing your work, never mind the value added to the Anchorage.
Every post like yours adds to the sites interest to others.
Rob.:salute:

Thanks Rob, I'm glad you like my job.
It is true that whenever I post in other forums (TMP) I usually add a link to this forum. That way, many people who do not know Sail of Glory can do it.

Julián :beer:

Comte de Brueys
09-29-2018, 02:49
Beautiful ships - I see no difference... :surrender:

TexaS
09-29-2018, 04:57
Sven, look at the stern galleries. The British often have a typical difference over the windows at the ends.

Redcoat
09-29-2018, 09:22
Beautiful ships - I see no difference... :surrender:

Thank you Sven ! :beer:

Redcoat
09-29-2018, 09:23
Sven, look at the stern galleries. The British often have a typical difference over the windows at the ends.

Thank you Jonas for the rep! :beer:

TexaS
09-29-2018, 09:26
I don't always remember to give it, but Rob mentioned it, so... it's well earned.

Redcoat
09-29-2018, 09:54
Thank you :beer:

Dobbs
09-30-2018, 07:05
I always marvel at your work, Julian, but one question.

It looks like you have led the mizzen braces to the peak of the spanker yard. Is that really how they did it? I thought they were led forward to the mainmast.

TexaS
09-30-2018, 07:11
Dobbs, that's the "European" way, but not the British way to do it.

Redcoat
09-30-2018, 07:57
I always marvel at your work, Julian, but one question.

It looks like you have led the mizzen braces to the peak of the spanker yard. Is that really how they did it? I thought they were led forward to the mainmast.

I guess you mean these two ways of rigging. The Spanish ship is rigged according to the French model while the British ship is rigged according to its own model.

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Bligh
09-30-2018, 14:08
N interesting distinction, of which I was unaware Julián.
thanks for clarifying that.
Rob.

Dobbs
09-30-2018, 18:14
I guess you mean these two ways of rigging. The Spanish ship is rigged according to the French model while the British ship is rigged according to its own model.

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Thanks for the clarification, Julian, and thanks for the great illustration! I love learning something new. I can't believe that has slipped by me for so long!