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Redcoat
11-18-2018, 13:20
Hello all, I add a video about my latest work, a spanish fleet. I hope you like it.

Best regards,
JuliŠn


https://www.dropbox.com/s/tms9yazcpuivjv2/Flota%20espa%C3%B1ola_Grande.mp4?dl=0

Redcoat
11-18-2018, 13:38
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Dobbs
11-18-2018, 14:29
Julian, they are magnificent! But how do you make your flags? They're really impressive for the size!

Baxter
11-18-2018, 14:53
Beautiful work. If I may ask what games do you play with them?

Redcoat
11-18-2018, 15:03
Beautiful work. If I may ask what games do you play with them?

Hi Gary,
Thank you. They are an order from a client from Australia. I do not know what rules he uses for his ships wargames or if it is merely collecting.

Redcoat
11-18-2018, 15:07
Julian, they are magnificent! But how do you make your flags? They're really impressive for the size!

Hi Dobbs.
Thank you. I do the flags and pennants using paper. I print the flag, cut it out and stick it with white glue. When the glue is drying, I bend the flag using the metal part of a brush. With my fingers I press the flag against that metalic part, that way I bend the flag.

Capn Duff
11-18-2018, 15:24
Lovely as usual, ref the flags, do you use a laser printer or inkjet?
Also I take it you cut the flags using a sharp modelling knife?

Bligh
11-18-2018, 15:36
Yet another magnificent Squadron of ships JuliŠn.
Long may you continue to give us such enjoyment.
Rob.

SeaDog7
11-18-2018, 15:58
Excellent work, sir! I am very impressed with this work. Rep point!

Fox
11-19-2018, 05:11
Fantastic job, love it. Is it historic to have a small boat behind the ships? ( I do no nothing about age of sails)

Fox
11-19-2018, 05:14
Just see the video. Nice to see how you are working. How do you chose colors? From book ,documentation or just your inspiration.

Redcoat
11-19-2018, 05:24
Lovely as usual, ref the flags, do you use a laser printer or inkjet?
Also I take it you cut the flags using a sharp modelling knife?

I use paper, I print the flag on a paper and then cut them with a cutter or modeling knife.

Redcoat
11-19-2018, 05:25
Excellent work, sir! I am very impressed with this work. Rep point!

Thank you Richard! :beer:

Redcoat
11-19-2018, 05:30
Fantastic job, love it. Is it historic to have a small boat behind the ships? ( I do no nothing about age of sails)

When a ship of the line was going to enter combat it was common to dislodge the deck to obtain maximum space. Depending on the strategy to follow, it was appropriate to do it or not. To put the small boat behind the ship reduces the speed and alway a small boats on the deck is like a parapet for minor shots.

Redcoat
11-19-2018, 05:32
Just see the video. Nice to see how you are working. How do you chose colors? From book ,documentation or just your inspiration.

By the way, thank you for your words :beer:

I usually look in different forums, illustrations and modeling works, but I do not always find information about it.

Comte de Brueys
11-19-2018, 06:07
Beautiful work, Julian. :salute:

Redcoat
11-19-2018, 09:25
Beautiful work, Julian. :salute:

Thank you Sven :beer:

Ferrante
12-11-2018, 00:13
JuliŠn what a nice job, lovely.
I has been reviewing your job and this is fantastic.
Salut i forÁa al canut :)

MrMo
12-15-2018, 09:11
JuliŠn, fantastic work, they are looking awesome, thumbs up! ;)

Redcoat
12-18-2018, 13:52
Hi, thanks for your comments. Excuse me for not answering assiduously, my father is very sick and now I'm focused on him. It will be a while until I recover the activity normally. I have neither desire nor humor for do it for now.

Regards,
JuliŠn

Bligh
12-18-2018, 14:03
So sorry to hear about your father JuliŠn.
You will be in my thoughts over Christmas and also in my prayers.
Rob.