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Tuesday, January 29th 2013, 10:33pm

Atlantik Supertrawler BRUNO APITZ / MDK Verlag / 1:250 [FERTIG]

Hello Friends,

The hull of the SLOMAN ALSTERTOR is giving me a bit of trouble. So, before cutting another hull and trying again, I have been working on this simple yet interesting Trawler. Here is a website devoted to the BRUNO APITZ that has some interesting pictures of her crew and service life.

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Tuesday, January 29th 2013, 10:36pm

Hello Friends,

As most of you know, the MDK vessels go together very quickly. Nevertheless, I admire their historic value.

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Tuesday, January 29th 2013, 10:38pm

Hello Friends,

So, it seemed like starting aft and working forward would be the way to go on this model.

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Tuesday, January 29th 2013, 11:14pm

Hi Chris you show us the transforming of a Trabbi to a Rolls Royce!
Great!!
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Tuesday, January 29th 2013, 11:27pm

Hi Jochen,

Thank you for your kind words! They made me laugh :)

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Tuesday, January 29th 2013, 11:47pm

Moin Cris,
nice to read you and see your lovely and accurate work to this Super-Trawler from old times in Rostock 8o ! The hull of ALSTERTOR isn`t easy to build, but I think much better than PEKARI. So BRUNO APITZ is very wellcome to you to get a little distance - and after that you`ll pass ALSTERTOR as well.

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Friday, February 1st 2013, 2:34pm

Hello Friends,

Here is a link that has some information on the DDR Era Atlantik Supertrawlers. Also, here (in Deutsch). Here is another fine website, scroll down. And lastly, here is a website that discusses some of these trawlers as they were re purposed under the Soviets.

I will be back with some progress pictures shortly

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@HaJo: Thank you for the kind words! I knew the SLOMAN ALSTERTOR would be a challenge but I just was not satisfied with my result. Fortunately, Tobias was able to show a beautiful hull. I will pickup my diorama as you say, after a little distance. This model is perfect because it has lots of fiddly little details that are great exercise for my fat fingers :)

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Friday, February 1st 2013, 11:55pm

Hello Friends,

Some progress on making those white spots go away.

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Friday, February 1st 2013, 11:58pm

If you go further with this detailing and interfrearing in the design of this cardboard model you will put the editor out of his job .. :D

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Saturday, February 2nd 2013, 12:01am

If there any questions - I have the complete documentation of this fishery vessel class ..

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Saturday, February 2nd 2013, 12:02am

If you go further with this detailing and interfrearing in the design of this cardboard model you will put the editor out of his job .. :D


Well, Cris,

you did it just yet... :D
Bis die Tage...

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Saturday, February 2nd 2013, 2:40pm

Hello Friends,

Gentlemen, thank you so much for your praise and encouragement! Although, I am hardly worthy.

@Wilfried: It is so very nice to see you on these forums again. I have been watching the development of your class 320 with great interest. I do in fact have some questions regarding the Atlantik 464. I greatly appreciate your kind offer and will cheerfully take anything you care to send me. I very much enjoy researching and browsing historical documents

But, if it is not convenient or possible to send the documents, could you check on these:

1)The few picture I have been able to find of the BRUNO APITZ show what appears to be an additional deckhouse or enclosure aft of the stacks. Can you shed any light on this?

2) Any details you could provide regarding the bridge mast, radars, and especially the two yard arms (In some photos, I can see signals flying) would be greatly appreciated.

3) Any details about the rigging of the mast atop the aft most derrick (there appear to be aerials?) and especially the rigging aloft between the bridge mast and the after derrick.

4) Lastly, can you tell what year the current paint scheme was applied?

Wilfried, I can not thank you enough for your interest. Did you design this vessel? MDK does not credit the designer on the sheet.

Thank you again Wilfried and Helmut.

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Saturday, February 2nd 2013, 6:12pm

Howdy Chris,

thanks for your kind words; your'e welcome! :D Drop me your private address via PM and you'll receive what I can do to support your fishery vessel ...

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Saturday, February 2nd 2013, 8:05pm

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Wilfried,... Did you design this vessel? MDK does not credit the designer on the sheet.

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Hi Cris,

the designer was Dietmar Heinze.
Bis die Tage...

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Saturday, February 2nd 2013, 8:17pm

Hello Friends,

Helmut thank you. I have met Herr Heinze several times. They are always so very nice, especially to bumbling foreigners :) I did not know that he was so prolific.

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Saturday, February 2nd 2013, 9:01pm

Hallo Cris,

ein excellenter Bau, viele feine Details, da kann man sich auf den Weiterbau richtig freuen . Ich bin auf jeden Fall dabei!



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Sunday, February 3rd 2013, 11:40am

Moin Cris,

es wird wieder einmal ein besonders schönes Modell, das du uns hier zeigst.
Und Deine Superungen mit den liebevollen Details versetzen mich jedes mal ins staunen.

In Bremerhaven habe ich mal die "NC 105 Kiel" liegen sehen und sie gleich fotografieren müssen.




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Friday, February 8th 2013, 3:06pm

Hello Friends,

Some progress on the Bridge. It does not seem like so much but my last several craft times have been devoted to this small component. Finally we can start on the most interesting masts and derricks. Those are always my favorite parts :)

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@Thomas and Stephan: Thank you my friends for your words of encouragement, and Stephan particularly for the KIEL!

@Wilfried: I will of course send you a longer private message, but thank you so much for the documentation. I have spent several hours browsing and zooming in on photos until the pixels were T H I S B I G ! Thank you again for the close look at these historic hard working vessels.
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Friday, February 8th 2013, 3:23pm

Hi Chris,

klasse, was Du uns da zeigst. Detaillierter geht es wohl nicht!!! Ich kann mich Helmuts Worten nur anschließen, Du machst die Konstrukteure arbeitslos. Ich werde Deinen Bericht mit großem Interesse verfolgen, mach weiter so.

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Saturday, February 9th 2013, 9:58am

Hallo Cris,

ich bin wie immer gerne bei deinen Bauberichten dabei.

Es sieht so aus, als ob ich nach dem Fischlogger noch weitere MDK-Fischereischiffe bauen werde. Und so kann ich mir wertvolle Anregungen aus deinen Berichten holen.

Ich wünsche dir weiterhin viel Spass beim Bau...

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Saturday, February 9th 2013, 10:05am

Ahoi Chris,

die Brücke mit dem achten "Gefechtsstand" der Fischer sieht sehr gut aus.
Tolle Idee mit den Feuerlöschkästen und den Decksleuchten.


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Saturday, February 9th 2013, 9:21pm

Hello Friends,

Some progress today. I decided to finish the superstructure, bridge wings and navigation bridge before proceeding further. Almost all of today's work is from scratch. The MELLUM kindly donated the search lights.

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Cris

@ Holger, Thomas und Jo: Thank you friends for your kind words. Thomas, I am honored that you think you could learn something, we will see about that :) As you can see, I often have lots of ideas, but their execution however, is lacking sometimes.
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Saturday, February 9th 2013, 9:26pm

.. with every step you get closer to the original ... will watching your progess closely ..

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Sunday, February 10th 2013, 6:34am

Ahoi Chris,

I seee you have installed the ant grid.

Very nice !! :)

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Monday, February 11th 2013, 2:49pm

Hello Friends,

Some progress on the mast. The only parts made from the original sheets are the "legs" of the mast pedestal.

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Cris

@Wilfried: Thank you for your support and encouragement! That means a great deal coming from you.

@ Jo: No, not yet. That is the enclosure for the "Meter-Ampere" antenna. But, thanks to Ully who sent me so very nice mesh, I will install it later when I do the hand rails.
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Monday, February 11th 2013, 2:52pm

And the installation:

Now to do those tricky Radar mounts...
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Monday, February 11th 2013, 5:12pm

Hi Chris,

fantastic!!! But i think, you build in scale 1:1 with steel and your tools are in scale 250:1!!!

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Monday, February 11th 2013, 5:18pm

HGi Cris,
once again an acme model from Your wharf. An artist like You can change a simple design into a masterpiece.
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Tuesday, February 12th 2013, 9:39pm

Hello Friends,

Some progress today. I finished the Radar mounts, installed the remaining antennas (thank you Ully for the mesh!), and started on the rigging and handrails/declines.

Friends, those of you that have read my past posts know that I enjoy bright colors. BUT this yellow is KILLING me. I have the utmost respect for the designer (and indeed all designers, Piet and Henning and all the others are a little bit of hero's to me) however I really wish he would have chosen the white super structure and black hull :)

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@Holger and Ulrich: Thank you for you kind words and praise! The nice thing about my modeling is it can only get better :D
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Tuesday, February 12th 2013, 9:56pm

Hey Cris,

hmm, the fact that this "yellow is killing you" doesn't hurt your crafting capabilities in the least :)

Splendid work on this vessel, as usual.

The additional details look very good indeed.

I'll eagerly follow this thread.

Have fun and greetings to you and Mia :)

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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 12:53pm

Hi Chris,

Love the way You improved a MDK model,must give lots of fun to refine and create.

I am trying to do the same with simple (old fashioned) models,see Willem van Oranje (MDK) and the Karel Doorman(Scaldis)but

You're the Master. :thumbsup:

By the way ,bright colors are also often used on Dutch Fishing vessels.

Regards,Jos.

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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 3:49pm

Guten Tag Angelfreunde,

Here is an interesting link Hochseefischer. There is a short film from ROS 332 and the "Album" section has many, many photos of all types of Trawlers (Thomas!).

Kind Regards,

Cris

@Lars: Our newest Hero! I mean, Designer :) Thank you so much for bringing the ISERLOHN! Thank you for your kind words, although if my craft capabilities were not hindered we would be reading a continuation of the SLOMAN ALSTERTOR :rolleyes: So, maybe a bit dramatic about the yellow hue, but it is a very difficult shade to match. I hope Mia and I have the pleasure of meeting you again at this years BHV.

@Joba: Thank you for your compliments. I am hardly the master though. But I do enjoy detailing and making my own parts as it were. Scaldis (see my MT ELBE ) and JSC ( see my DAY TIDE ) both offer a lot of room for detailing and "making the model yours". I will certainly have a look at your vessels as I am always happy to learn a new trick or technique.

@Wilfied: Thank you again for the lovely photos and documentation. My humble attempt to capture the spirit of the Atlantik 464 Klasse was entirely due to you.

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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 6:39pm

Hello Cris,

thanks for sharing that very interesting link for all fishermen, although my experience ends up with "Fisherman's Friends" and "Fish'n'Chips". :D
Here is another one.

Impressive details once again one can see on your growing supertrawler. "Ludwig Renn" is waiting in one of those piles of my unfinished kits.

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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 7:53pm

Hello Friends,

I think I can now set aside the Superstructure and move on to something else.

I see now why Trawlers were so often used for espionage and intelligence gathering duties :)

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@ Thomas: Thank you for the kind words and the interesting link! My favorite "Fish and Chips" in the whole world are in Birmingham UK. They fry them in Beef fat (or something!) that is just heavenly.
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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 8:04pm

Hi, Cris

Outstanding work as always. And I personally like the yellow superstructure a lot. So thanks for bearing with it.

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Thursday, February 14th 2013, 6:06pm

Hello Friends,

As all three derricks are similar, I am starting a "production line". Also, a few more small areas finished up on the hull. I realize that I am using two different railings, but I am cleaning up my left over scraps and do not think the end results will be so noticeable.

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@Andi: Thank you Andi for your kind words, yes I think the final result will look quite good. It is just one of those colors that are very hard to match. Did you put aside the GPM model?
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Thursday, February 14th 2013, 6:12pm

No, Cris, the GPM model is waiting at home as it was too big to take with me on my holidays.

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Thursday, February 14th 2013, 7:39pm

Hi Cris!


Stunning work on this sterntrawler! :thumbsup: I really like the rust - looks like bad weather. :)


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Thursday, February 14th 2013, 10:07pm

Hi Cris,
it simply is unbelievable what you are doing in detailing this model! - I hardly can shut my mouth whenever having a look at it!
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Thursday, February 14th 2013, 11:36pm

Guten Abend,

ich bin doch manchmal ein wenig erstaunt über Reaktionen .. unglaublich ist im Modellbau nichts. :D Es gibt unterschiedliche Fähigkeiten, die man mal mitbekommen hat - aber sonst - nichts! Wenn hier im Forum Dinge gezeigt werden, die unglaublich erscheinen, dann basieren sie in allen Fällen darauf, daß sich der Erbauber mit dem Original auseinandergesetzt hat und eine Menge an Informationen in sich "aufgesaugt" und entsprechend umgesetzt hat. Und jetzt behaupte ich, wenn sich jeder mit dem Original beschäftigt und sich darüber schlau macht und mit ein bischen Geschick, das erworbene Wissen um das DIng entsprechend umsetzt - schafft auch er Unglaubliches ...

sorry about my silly interfearing .. Cris ...

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