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Default Re: SCHARNHORST - 1/350, by Dragon

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What do you not like about the wood?
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Liking what I'm seein'!
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Default Re: SCHARNHORST - 1/350, by Dragon

Very very cool! Sweet work Cat!
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Default Re: SCHARNHORST - 1/350, by Dragon

That looks Fantastic Dave. Love it.

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Default Re: SCHARNHORST - 1/350, by Dragon

I have never one thought of building a model ship....until now
I think thouhg.. I would just save myself the heartache of screwing it up, by buying the kit and mailing it to you with return shipping label, precut foam and fited box for return of completed kit



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Default Re: SCHARNHORST - 1/350, by Dragon

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Thanks!

What do you not like about the wood?
Oh no, I love the wood. I'm going to put the decking on my HMS Warspite and I'm just worries about messing it up. Especially during painting. It'll have to go on after that, pushing the deck pieces to the very end.
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Default Re: SCHARNHORST - 1/350, by Dragon

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Thanks!

What do you not like about the wood?
Crap. Dave made a "wood" comment and i missed it.

I love your wood...its beautiful?...

I hate your wood...its flaccid?..

Both of my personalities are vieing for control right now?...

Still think its a beautiful build!

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Default Re: SCHARNHORST - 1/350, by Dragon

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That looks Fantastic Dave. Love it.

Thank you, Gentlemen - very high praise coming from guys of your skill levels!

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Oh no, I love the wood. I'm going to put the decking on my HMS Warspite and I'm just worries about messing it up. Especially during painting. It'll have to go on after that, pushing the deck pieces to the very end.
Actually, it makes painting worlds easier. One thing that has always given me fits with shipbuilding is painting vertical surfaces and then masking off and painting the decks. These decks eliminate the vast majority of the hassle. Just paint, do whatever weathering you want, then add the decks.

(I didn't think about the weathering until AFTER I added the decks.... oh well, it'll be different on Prinz Eugen)

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Crap. Dave made a "wood" comment and i missed it.
Well - you HAVE had dental surgery recently....
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Actually, it makes painting worlds easier. One thing that has always given me fits with shipbuilding is painting vertical surfaces and then masking off and painting the decks. These decks eliminate the vast majority of the hassle. Just paint, do whatever weathering you want, then add the decks.
Yes, that's what I'm looking forward to.
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Default Re: SCHARNHORST - 1/350, by Dragon

Raving neato so far Dave-like the way the white glue on the railings turned out. I may
have to borrow that technique, as I seem to be getting deeper into some steampunk
sea-going shennanigans....

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Default Re: SCHARNHORST - 1/350, by Dragon

3210.jpgHere's a picture of Her in 1/72 scale, being built by Paul Salomone in Malta, Italy. This and a Project of Bismark in the same scale inspired Me to build the Munich.
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Getting ready for a move. One thing led to another this weekend - she got a little sunlight:


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Default Re: SCHARNHORST - 1/350, by Dragon

Take your time,Cat.

I'm confident that eventually,the mighty Scharnhorst will put to sea.

Good luck,and be careful while you're moving.
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Default Re: SCHARNHORST - 1/350, by Dragon

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What I DID find that works is Elmer's Wood Glue:




Now, it's WAY too thick as it is. I poured of maybe a fourth of it and topped it off with water. Shook well and brushed some on to some scrap PE. After it dried, I stabbed at it with my steely X-Acto. STRONG.

I like it.
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