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    Default What's On Your Workbench for February 2022

    I finished the fort Château du Taureau this evening. I still have to mount some ordnance on top.

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    Most impressive Vol. You should add that to the showcase.

    https://www.sailsofglory.org/showthr...Fortifications

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    Today I managed to complete the island city part of the fortifications, and cut out the outline of the foam cliffs and shoreline.
    Please note the gap left where a set of wall steps will be inserted after all is glued in place. This is the fallback for fudging if the walls have any errors when fully assembled.
    Tomorrow I hope to contour the hills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    Most impressive Vol. You should add that to the showcase.

    https://www.sailsofglory.org/showthr...Fortifications

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    It doesn't appear that I can Rob. I don't have the ability to post to the show case.

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    Nice fort, Vol!

    It really came out looking great!

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    I’m working on wrecks…

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    Thanks Jonas. Did you take the chunk out of the side of that ship, or was it a misprint so you are making it a wreck?

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    I used pliers to take a chunk out. I had printed good, but I print more ships than I need for fear of misprints and broken lanterns. Now that I use "tough" resin and get more used to handling them I usually don't need to.

    But I find it useful and looks well to have wrecks for the game table so I will make sure I have at least a few of most types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volunteer View Post
    It doesn't appear that I can Rob. I don't have the ability to post to the show case.
    I had a look through the Permissions and all seems to be in order.
    I will ask Keith to have a look at it for you.
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    Unwanted wrecks removed Jonas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    Unwanted wrecks removed Jonas.
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    Thank you, Rob!

    My plan is about 30 ships and perhaps 15 wrecks. 25 are just about ready for rigging but only 3 wrecks.

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    I printed out Henry's 17th century Gilded Sail wrecks in their original 1/600 scale to see what they looked like. I think you could do the same thing to our period ships by just slicing a portion of the hull below the plate line in various configurations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    I had a look through the Permissions and all seems to be in order.
    I will ask Keith to have a look at it for you.
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    I figured out the problem Rob. When I pulled up the Showcase I was logged out for some reason, when I had been logged in before I clicked your link. Once I did that I was able to start a post. However, when I tried to upload the 1st photo I got a notification that I did not have permission. Apparently I had been logged out again. I copied all that I had written then logged in again. I opened a post, pasted what I had copied and added the photos. What a chore!

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    Have you somehow unchecked the remember me box when you log in?
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    Today I finished the terra forming and have now put diluted PVA all over the surface to seal it and also harden the surface prior to painting.
    here it is with a few of the principal buildings where they will eventually be situated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    Have you somehow unchecked the remember me box when you log in?
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    No Rob, I always keep it checked. This was weird. I was logged in and had just posted my query to Jonas. I decided to try using your link again directly to the fort showcase, to find I was no longer logged in. All is good now, since I figured out the problem.
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    I got round to making and mounting the 32 pounder cannon on the fort.



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    Looks excellent Vol. What colour paint did you use for thegun carriages? They stand out beautifully.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volunteer View Post
    I printed out Henry's 17th century Gilded Sail wrecks in their original 1/600 scale to see what they looked like. I think you could do the same thing to our period ships by just slicing a portion of the hull below the plate line in various configurations.
    Sadly the software is too “intelligent” and lifts any model that have any part below the plate and with that you instead get a failed print.

    Also, I can’t see the last picture you posted. It’s disappeared like before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexaS View Post
    Sadly the software is too “intelligent” and lifts any model that have any part below the plate and with that you instead get a failed print.

    Also, I can’t see the last picture you posted. It’s disappeared like before.

    I am using Cura 14.0.1 Jonas and it allows me to 'sink' any part of the model below the plate line. I have used the feature a lot to reduce or get rid of the bulky bases on some of the ironclads and ancient ships I print.

    Both of my photos have disappeared it seems this morning Jonas. Here they are again



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    Looks excellent Vol. What colour paint did you use for thegun carriages? They stand out beautifully.
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    Thanks Rob, I used 71.077 Wood 17 Ml. Model Air Vallejo

    My photos disappeared again so I reposted them both

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    They are gone again Vol.
    Try posting them in your photos album on site and then move them from there to the page.
    Bye the way it looks as if my own Remember Me is playing up too.

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    Here is my undercoated terrain ready for glueing. Since taking this I also sawed out that black outline on the plasticard.
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    This morning I undercoated the town walls and main buildings ready for a painting session.

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    Looking great, Rob!

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    Thanks Jonas.
    Now its just all the fiddly bits to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    They are gone again Vol.
    Try posting them in your photos album on site and then move them from there to the page.
    Bye the way it looks as if my own Remember Me is playing up too.

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    Well I put the two in a new album. The others that were already uploaded I could not drag to the album. And I couldn't figure out how to move them from the abum to the post. There is no url to copy. I use my android phone. I also noticed every one of my albums is corrupted.

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    I have copied and pasted your pictures into the posts Vol. Lets see if they stay put now. I will ask Keith about your URL and the corruptions.
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    I see them and their attachment copy…

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    Today I got an undercoat on the walls.
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    Today the topcoat was added and then over sprayed with a very fine coat of Desert Sand from Humbrol. I also painted the buildings associated with the walls.
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    It is looking very nice Rob

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    Thanks Vol. Not much progress today as real life has taken yet another twist. Just cleaned up those edges of plasticard showing around the harbour.
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    Today I took the chance to paint up a few of the principal city buildings.
    Those roofs are not as red as that. They are actually more terracotta.
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    They look great!

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    I made a wreck of a 74.

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    Very nice Jonas! Is that one of the Spaniards? Bahama or a Nepo?

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    Lots of nice work for February! Vol's fort, Rob's fortress city and Jonas' wrecks all look great!
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    That Château du Taureau would make a great prison for terrorists and really hardened criminals. A very scary looking place.

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    A sort of small Alcatraz Gary!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volunteer View Post
    Very nice Jonas! Is that one of the Spaniards? Bahama or a Nepo?
    Vol, it’s San Ildefonso.

    Thank you all for your kind words.

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    Thanks to Vol this is what's sitting on the workbench. How quickly I may actually start working on any of them remains to be seen.
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    Sorry about the broken lanterns on St Pavel Jim. I thought I had it packed safely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volunteer View Post
    Sorry about the broken lanterns on St Pavel Jim. I thought I had it packed safely.
    You did a superior job of packing Vol. I may have been too careless when unwrapping them? Not to worry I have access to pieces I can use, either hand made or lanterns taken from some of the Warlord ships.
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    Certainly on the work bench for this month and the next few....just arrived in the post for some 17th century (and late 16th century) swashbuckling.

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    Yep, gotta love Langtons!

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    Reminded me that I have an order waiting to go to Ron sitting in my to do file.
    Thanks Paul.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volunteer View Post
    Yep, gotta love Langtons!
    I've done some Langton ACW ships, but I was still surprised at how much smaller a 17th century sailing ship was compared to a mid-19th century one (100' or less vs 225' for the USS Hartford). After consulting the Great Oracle of Internet on metal or brass sails I went with brass. HOWEVER, once I started to look for internet tutorials on building a ship with those brass sails, GOI failed but it did point me to a post of yours. Good job there but I see it was an on-the-job training session for you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    Reminded me that I have an order waiting to go to Ron sitting in my to do file.
    Thanks Paul.
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    You might have to wait, Rob. I think they'll be closed for March. On their notice board:

    "ANNOUNCEMENT OF CLOSURE FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH: Carol hasn't seen her family for 3 years now. So she is taking the month off. You can send an order in for when she gets back."

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    Vasa, large, 72 gun ship, but not the largest vessel of the 1620s to 1630s, was ~150ft on the gundeck, and considerably longer overall (beak to taffrail ~200ft or very nearly).

    Sovereign of the Seas (100) was of slightly longer length by the time of her 1688 rebuilding, and was at least as large as Vasa had been when launched (but a much more suitable proportion of beam and draught).

    The length crept up slowly - the 1701 ship was ten feet longer on the gundeck, a growth repeated for the 1786 ship, bringing her to the same length as Victory (a relatively modest ship in the early C19th) at around 184ft on the GD,

    The renamed 1833 Royal Sovereign was completed as a screw battleship in the 1840s as Frederick William and was 30 feet longer again, and of much stronger firepower, with auxiliary steam propulsion. (214ft on the GD)

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    For ship length I was thinking more along the lines of the ships in my order - ranging from a carrack, a Dutch pinas to a 60-gun Dutch ship which will be more typical of the ones I will be using in games and, hence, the ones I will be building. For reference here is a photo with the (unfinished) USS Hartford in the background, the USS Sassacus in the foreground with the carrack and Dutch 60-gun in between. All are Langton 1/1200.

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