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    Cracking on with these Jonas.
    I finally got my first Frigate hull completed this evening.
    Tomorrow I will try and get the masts painted.
    looks like that chart on masts will be most helpful later.
    thanks again for the work you are putting in on this.
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    Here is the hull finally completed Jonas. Only the masts and sails to do ,and just two more ships to go now.

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    That was truly great to see. You did a great paint job! I’m so happy it turned out great.

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    Really nice hull Rob.

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    I have finished what I think is the last Ildefonso.

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    Now it’s only San Justo, (San Joaquin), and Bahama left of the 74 gun ship hulls.

    Then there’s two 64s, Purisima Conception and six Meregildos and my Spanish fleet will be done.

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    More excellent work there Jonas, looking forward to seeing the fleet in full

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    Thank you chaps, and Jonas is doing a splendid job on those Spanish ships.
    Well done again sir.
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    Thank you both.

    It'll be quite a while more until it's finished, but I'm starting to see the end far away.

    I have decided on sails. I have bowsprits. I have the hulls, except for the awaited hulls Simon's working on. I only need more 1 mm wire for the lower masts.

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    Glad to hear that you are getting things sorted out as you would want them,and look forward to seeing your results.
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    Sorting out? I’m trying to sort out masts…

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    Just wanted to compare...

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    Yours look better Jonas!
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    And here she is finally underway.
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    Here is the ship card for her.
    One down and two to go!



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    Thank you, Rob.

    That’s a really good looking ship, you have there.

    You managed to make the flag too. Nice work!

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    I have started to work on the big ones now.

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    Flag and pennant mainly due to your guidance Jonas.
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    Yes, but I meant that you managed to cut the tails very well.

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    If you remember you even gave me a tip about how to cut those!!
    So thank you also for that.
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    Today I got started on the other two Swedish Frigates.
    Tomorrow I should be able to start butchering a couple of Ares Frigates to get the sails and masts I need for them.
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    I painted the Savior. Salvador del mundo.

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    Another fine looking ship Jonas.
    I can't keep up with your sheer pace.
    Today is a dot day because we are off to my number one sons birthday in about an hour from now, soi that is the best part of another day off, and tomorrow is wargames day!

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    Just found this nice example to help me paint the ships a bit differently to each other.
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    She's sailing again now. She found financing and is at sea again. She's heading to Stockholm right now.

    There's a secret about my speed. I paint in stages and have several ships in a half finished state. Then I can finish several quite quickly, but it will take a few weeks between the bursts of finished hulls.

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    Well I have two on the go together as you know, but I had to trial number one first of the three to see how things went.
    Even so you are much quicker.
    Must be my age and dithering too much over paint schemes before I commit. Now I'm off for a coffee before we go out. Have a good day sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TexaS View Post
    Just wanted to compare...

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    Wow Jonas, bringing a painting to life! Brilliant!

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    This has actually been on my workbench since March and I just now finished it. Navio Argonauta, one of Simon's Montanes class printed hulls. Everything else is scratch. Not really up to the same standard you guys have reached the last couple of months on these 3D ships, but my old decrepit eyes are happy with it.

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    Don't sell yourself short Vol.
    It is as good as my ship painting any day of the week. Your Castile backdrop is also superb.

    Que viva España.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexaS View Post
    She's sailing again now. She found financing and is at sea again. She's heading to Stockholm right now.
    That is great news Jonas. I would love to see her in reality sailing proudly across the Baltic sea. I wonder when the "Tall Ships" will come to England again?

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    That is a beautiful ship Vol! Is that in 1:1200?

    If so, I'm very impressed with the stern gallery.

    Your ships are beautifully rigged. Not many does the running rigging even of us who do rigging at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexaS View Post
    That is a beautiful ship Vol! Is that in 1:1200?

    If so, I'm very impressed with the stern gallery.

    Your ships are beautifully rigged. Not many does the running rigging even of us who do rigging at all.
    It is 1/700 scale Jonas. And thank you for the kind words and rep points.

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    Conde de Regla

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    Next up:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volunteer View Post
    It is 1/700 scale Jonas. And thank you for the kind words and rep points.
    I'm still impressed.

    I should have realized this from the base.

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    Jonas and Vol, really like your painted models, give great inspiration

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    Thank you for the rep, Chris.

    I’m thinking of trying to get the sails a little… more detail?

    What do you think of my test?

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    Very nice ships painting Jonas and Rob. i really admir your work with painting scheme.
    I am surprised with the finish of the 3d ships, this opens a new world for the game.
    I will need some advise this Xmas, i believe Santa will bring me a 3d printer.

    Vol, what a nice work with the paint and the flags. Did you used silicone for the base ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrante View Post
    Very nice ships painting Jonas and Rob. i really admir your work with painting scheme.
    I am surprised with the finish of the 3d ships, this opens a new world for the game.
    I will need some advise this Xmas, i believe Santa will bring me a 3d printer.

    Vol, what a nice work with the paint and the flags. Do you used silicone for the base ?
    No Ferrante, I use a household cement called Goop for the waves on a clear acrylic base. And thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capn Duff View Post
    Jonas and Vol, really like your painted models, give great inspiration
    Thank you Chris and thanks for the rep points.. But I think Jonas is outstripping me by far, in both painting and sheer productivity! I am in awe!

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    So far I have lots of hulls painted and masts in the works.

    I hope to suddenly have a Spanish fleet of about 30 ships, but not yet. Nothing finished at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volunteer View Post
    No Ferrante, I use a household cement called Goop for the waves on a clear acrylic base. And thank you
    That looks very interesting Vol.
    I am wondering if we have anything equivalent here in England.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrante View Post
    Very nice ships painting Jonas and Rob. i really admir your work with painting scheme.
    I am surprised with the finish of the 3d ships, this opens a new world for the game.
    I will need some advise this Xmas, i believe Santa will bring me a 3d printer.

    Vol, what a nice work with the paint and the flags. Do you used silicone for the base ?
    Thanks for the approbation Ferranti. To place my work even in the same category as Vols is an honour.
    I look forward to seeing your 3D printing in the New Year.
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    Today I finished the ships sides, decks of both ships, and just need to add the ships boats plus stern and bow details.
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    I also canabalized a French Frigate for the masts and sails for one ship.
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    Nice to see the progress, Rob.

    I got a couple of meters 1 mm piano wire so I could make more masts.

    I'm looking into what I need for the fleet.

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    Something I will need to do before long Jonas. The local hobby shop closed down just before Covid struck, and my supplies of all gauges of wire are looking a bit thin.
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    The masts that Simon advises is flower wire, I got a whole bunch from Amazon, 100 x 10” for £3
    Enough wire for loads of ships

    18 Gauge Thick Green Floristry Cut Wire 10" Lengths 250g Pack

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    Isn't that for 1:700?

    When I scale it down 1 mm fits the holes quite well. Perhaps 1,2 mm would look better, but I'm not that thrilled at drilling the holes. There is a risk of the hulls cracking that scare me...

    Mine cost 19 SEK per meter.

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    Cheers Chris I will put in an order for some of that.
    Rob.
    The Business of the commander-in-chief is first to bring an enemy fleet to battle on the most advantageous terms to himself, (I mean that of laying his ships close on board the enemy, as expeditiously as possible); and secondly to continue them there until the business is decided.

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    Scratch masts for 12 hulls, five 1st rate and seven 3rd rate sets
    I'm working on Simon's Purisima Concepcion now

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