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Saturday, August 11th 2007, 11:37pm

Lilla Weneda / Digital Navy / 1:100

Hi,

I'm new to this forum. Since my German isn't that great i will post in English. I started the building of the free model Lilla Weneda recently. I'm not that experienced in building paper models but wanna give it a try.

The model is great (I like ferries) and FREE! The only disappointment is the poor description of how to build it. Its a puzzle to do things right.

I will post some photos of the proces in short time.

Greetz from Holland, Rob

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Sunday, August 12th 2007, 12:08am

Hi Rob,

Just do it. Learning by doing.

Waiting what´s coming soon, Herbert

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Sunday, August 12th 2007, 11:39am

RE: Lilla Weneda 1:100


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Sunday, August 12th 2007, 1:16pm

Some pictures of the proces. Unfortunately I started making pictures after the hull was done.
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Sunday, August 12th 2007, 1:19pm

pictures

And some more
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Sunday, August 12th 2007, 1:25pm

Hi Rob,

this is really an extreme good job! Carry on!

Greetings

Hans Gerd
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Monday, August 13th 2007, 6:53pm

Assembly of the wheelhouse.....
The hardest part of it is attaching the railings to the plating.
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Monday, August 13th 2007, 6:57pm

Moving on to the funnel and the roof of the wheelhouse.
Creating the correct curves in the roof isn't that easy, but can be done
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Tuesday, August 14th 2007, 9:29am

Hello Rob,

this looks pretty good! I like your model very much, and I'm looking forward to see your further progress with further pictures!
Really impressive!

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Tuesday, August 14th 2007, 11:26am

First Try

Hello Tully,

you wrote, that this model would be your first Try to build in Paper.
Are you sure.
This is really accurate work and an amazibng model.
By the way on one of your Photos one can see the Titanic.
Did you built it yourself (scratchbuilt, and what material did you use?


Greetings Thomas

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Tuesday, August 14th 2007, 6:02pm

RE: First Try

Hi Thomas,

Yes, this is really my first try on a paper model. But i'm not new to modelling. I build a number of wooden models, such as the Titanic on the piicture. This is the 1:250 scale model from Amati, over 1 meter length.
I started the building of the Lilla Weneda for two reasons: a) I really like ferryboats ( Seebaderschiffe ), and b) the model was free 8) and worth a try. It's a very different material, wooden hulls can be corrected, sanded, painted, etc.

Greetings,
Rob

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Thursday, August 16th 2007, 11:57pm

Detailling

Hi All,

Moving on to the details. I made some of the benches for the aft passengerdeck, but still a lot to go. Also I decided to make the handrailings from brass eyebolts and wire. It's an advantage having a lot of leftovers from other models...
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Monday, August 20th 2007, 5:42pm

Progress

Some progress has been made:

- The propellor axels (brass wire)
- The rudders (I re-enforced the rudders with brass wire for fitting in to the hull)
- The aft passengerdeck (railing, benches)
- etc.

No real problems encountered so far, although building paper models is much harder than it looks..... (any way, for me that is)
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Monday, August 20th 2007, 5:44pm

Progress 2

Some more pictures
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