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Pilot cutter Jolie Brise in a bottle - Scale 1/240

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On ‎18‎.‎08‎.‎2017 at 1:29 AM, bluenoser said:

Excellent work.  Having been on the ship recently, your model is very accurate.  Carry on.  Can't wait to see it go into the bottle. 

Many thanks bluenoser!
The work is slow, but, nevertheless, it is going :)
A few days ago I was compelled to make building berth. This time the rigging turns out to be more complicated than I did before.

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On 18.10.2017 at 5:06 PM, JesseLee said:

Amazing work Igor. It blows me away at how you can make and use such tiny parts at this scale and make it look so good. Blocks at this scale?!?! WOW!

Jesse

Many thanks, Jesse!
In the end, I used the simplest technology to make blocks for this model. In this topic there is the photos of this process.

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Then I proceeded to final assembly of the model on the slipway with the final installation of deck elements, fixing the rigging parts that should be fixed, drawing up the rigging wiring diagram and checking everything in general.

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On 25.10.2017 at 9:00 PM, DSiemens said:

Looks incredible.  Shes going to be awesome in a bottle.  

 

On 08.11.2017 at 1:38 PM, Onni said:

That is a fantastic model,in or out of the bottle. your attention to detail is amazing.Great work.

Look forward to seeing it in the bottle.

Onni

 

On 07.11.2017 at 6:13 PM, Chasseur said:

I concur she will look grand inside of a bottle! :)

Many thanks Daniel, Leff and Onni!
Now I have almost finished making the model itself. But I'm going to put it in a bottle, most likely during the Christmas holidays.

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Igor,

This is an amazing model!  Your project is an inspiration to a beginner like me, but it can also be depressing because my attempts seem so clumsy by comparison!  Your techniques, your attention to detail, and your patience are truly inspiring.

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10 hours ago, tazam0827 said:

Igor,

This is an amazing model!  Your project is an inspiration to a beginner like me, but it can also be depressing because my attempts seem so clumsy by comparison!  Your techniques, your attention to detail, and your patience are truly inspiring.

Many thanks, Paul!
Dont be upset! Each your attempt increases your experience and skills.

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