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Wednesday, April 2nd 2008, 8:02pm

Sagrada Familia, Barcelona; Domus; 1/300

My next project is a big model, the Sagrada Família of Barcelona.

This cathedral is still in construction and its going to be the tallest church in world when completed.
When ready the model should have almost 60cm tall!
The model comes in 37 sheets B4 size pre-cuted and marked where it’s necessary to bend the paper. It has 825 pieces and it comes with a separated book I A4 size with 70 pages of diagrams instructions.

This will take much time to complete. For now some pictures of the model before start.
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  • SF 1.jpg
  • SF 2.jpg
  • SF 3.jpg
  • SF 4.jpg
  • SF 5.jpg
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Wednesday, April 2nd 2008, 8:04pm

More 3 pictures.
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  • SF 7.jpg
  • SF 8.jpg
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Thursday, April 3rd 2008, 7:49am

i've been in barcelona two years ago and visited the sagrada familia. the architecture of this cathedral is amazing and the dimensions are enormous.

the model is also fantastic. but the pre cut of the parts doesn't fit very well.

good luck
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Thursday, April 3rd 2008, 9:59am

My eyes are already riveted to this thread, Tino :D

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Thursday, April 3rd 2008, 11:32am

Hi Tino,
Now this definitely is going to be a work in progress. All the best and have fun!
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Thursday, April 3rd 2008, 12:46pm

BOAH 8o, na datt is ja ma ne geile Graphik..............
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Thursday, April 3rd 2008, 8:20pm

Hi Tino,

Pleased to meet you also at Kartonbau. Happy build. I will follow your thread with great interest.

Thank you.

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Saturday, April 12th 2008, 10:37am

Thank you to all for the support!
Following the instructions the model is made by several separated sections.
The first one is the central one, and tallest of all!
For now I will leave you with two pictures of beginning. There are only 6 pieces to make what it is in the pictures, but this section already have about 30cm tall.
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  • SF 10.jpg
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Tuesday, April 22nd 2008, 7:37pm

I am working in the four smaller towers of the central part of the cathedral.
The towers are simple. What gives more work is putting all that small pieces around the four towers.
Any of the small pieces around the tower is glued to the tower. I think that it’s easier to put them without glue. I think that will let them all, without glue.
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  • SF 11.jpg
  • SF 12.jpg
  • SF 13.jpg
  • SF 14.jpg
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Wednesday, April 23rd 2008, 2:45pm

Without glue? 8o Do they hold? If one of them falls inside with the tower in place, will it be possible to retrieve it?

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Thursday, April 24th 2008, 8:54am

Yes they should hold, and it is almost impossible that one of the pieces fall inside of the tower.

I will take some pictures, so that you can understand how I have done this.
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Thursday, April 24th 2008, 9:18am

Hi Tino
You are building a very special model. Good luck.

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Sunday, April 27th 2008, 11:21am

Hi Tino

It´s a verry impossible model that you build. The grafic is verry good.

Tschau
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Wednesday, April 30th 2008, 4:04pm

Now I already have the four towers in place but with out glue to hold them to the corners. The small pieces around the towers also don’t have any glue.
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  • SF 15.jpg
  • SF 16.jpg
  • SF 17.jpg
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  • SF 19.jpg
  • SF 21.jpg
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Friday, May 23rd 2008, 8:06pm

After a long pause'm back with more photos of the end of the first phase of construction of this great cathedral.
There were no difficulties so far and most of the pieces are by paste. Even so for a model that is almost all by pasting I think that is not bad.
They can see the central tower next to a tape measure so they can see the height of the model that is slightly higher than what is written on the cover of the model, perhaps due to not be well understood at the base.
For now I will not paste the four figures that will be at the top of the towers of the corners. I do not know the meaning of these figures.
After a long pause'm back with more photos of the end of the first phase of construction of this great cathedral.
There were no difficulties so far and most of the pieces are by paste. Even so for a model that is almost all by pasting I think that is not bad.
They can see the central tower next to a tape measure so they can see the height of the model that is slightly higher than what is written on the cover of the model, perhaps due to not be well understood at the base.
For now I will not paste the four figures that will be at the top of the towers of the corners. I do not know the meaning of these figuras.Depois a long pause'm back with more photos of the end of the first phase of construction of this great cathedral.
There were no difficulties so far and most of the pieces are by paste. Even so for a model that is almost all by pasting I think that is not bad.
They can see the central tower next to a tape measure so they can see the height of the model that is slightly higher than what is written on the cover of the model, perhaps due to not be well understood at the base.
For now I will not paste the four figures that will be at the top of the towers of the corners. I do not know the meaning of these figures.
Tino has attached the following images:
  • SF 32.jpg
  • SF 33.jpg
  • SF 34.jpg
  • SF 35.jpg
  • SF 36.jpg
  • SF 37.jpg
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Friday, May 23rd 2008, 8:12pm

MOre pictures.
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  • SF 29.jpg
  • SF 30.jpg
  • SF 31.jpg
  • SF 38.jpg
  • SF 39.jpg
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Monday, May 26th 2008, 2:55pm

Very close to 60cm 8o. Looks like it is a bit higher than the Ulm cathedral!

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Monday, May 26th 2008, 3:58pm

Yes Ricardo, it should be tallest church in the world when ready, but that should take many years until there.

For now we can only see it in the form of this model and its funny that this part of the catedral is not constructed yet.
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Monday, May 26th 2008, 9:15pm

Hi Tino,
The four figures stand for the four evangelists (Marcus, Matthew, Lucas and Johann)

Greetings

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Tuesday, May 27th 2008, 3:00pm

Thank you fo the information Günter.
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Saturday, May 31st 2008, 4:21pm

Next Section – Apsis / Choir

Here is a little update of the construction. For now I didn’t have any problem, even if Domus seems to have made a small mistake letting a hole in one of pieces. You can see that before the last picture.
What I expect to give some problems, are both sections in last picture. The pieces seem that don’t align very well.
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  • SF 40.jpg
  • SF 41.jpg
  • SF 42.jpg
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  • SF 45.jpg
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Wednesday, July 2nd 2008, 12:11pm

Continuing with the abside, I now have 14 pieces that should be glued to the big piece that it is in last two pictures.
The problem is that there are four different animals in the 14 pieces and only after a friend send me some pictures I start to understand the real position of each animal. Let’s see if I don’t make any mistake in placing the pieces.
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  • SF 46.jpg
  • SF 47.jpg
  • SF48.jpg
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Wednesday, July 2nd 2008, 3:47pm

Hello Diamantino,

This is a significant build! The structure will have such an overwhelming impact when completed.
You are progressing nicely. How are you finding the precut parts?

Thanks for sharing the build.

John

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Saturday, September 6th 2008, 12:34pm

Thanks John for your kind words! :]

After a long break I am back to continue this big model.
Next, some of final pieces of the Abside section of the model.
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  • SF 50.jpg
  • SF 51.jpg
  • SF 52.jpg
  • SF 53.jpg
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Thursday, October 9th 2008, 9:24am

Now, finally the second section is ready. There were missing those small pieces around the tower.
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  • SF 64.jpg
  • SF 65.jpg
  • SF 66.jpg
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Thursday, October 9th 2008, 10:02am

There is a huge amount of detail, here 8o
Nice blue star, Tino :)

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Thursday, October 9th 2008, 11:22am

@) Fantastic! @)

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Monday, November 24th 2008, 10:35am

After another long break another small advance with the model. The parts that you can see here are from the Passion Nave.
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  • SF 67.jpg
  • SF 69.jpg
  • SF 70.jpg
  • SF 71.jpg
  • SF 72.jpg
  • SF 73.jpg
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Monday, November 24th 2008, 10:57am

Hi Tino,
Nice to have you back continuing with this beautiful model.
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Thursday, November 27th 2008, 12:23pm

Thank you John, I will try to speed up the construction of the model.
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Thursday, November 27th 2008, 5:28pm

Hello Tino,
You happy You. You have hinished the Church. You've built it pretty well.

with the best regards

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Friday, December 26th 2008, 10:39pm

No modellschiff I dont finish the church only two sections. Are missing 3 more some surrounding buildings.

Another small advance in the construction with some small pieces on the roof and the beginning of the facade.
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  • SF 75.jpg
  • SF 76.jpg
  • SF 77.jpg
  • SF 78.jpg
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Saturday, December 27th 2008, 10:42pm

Hi Tino,
very beautiful build. The sagrada familia is one of the most impressive
churches I have ever seen.

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Tuesday, January 13th 2009, 10:16pm

Thank you Waeschens!

Here are two modest pictures of this section terminated.

The next section is very similar to this section. Because of that I will only show the pictures when the section will be ready.
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  • SF 79.jpg
  • SF 80.jpg
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Thursday, January 15th 2009, 3:04pm

Yes, this cathedral is definitely one of a kind!
Keep on, Tino :super:

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Thursday, February 5th 2009, 8:12pm

Here it is the next ready section. It is the birth area.
You can see that there is one piece from left tower that it’s wrong. I corrected that piece after I took the pictures.
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  • SF 81.jpg
  • SF 82.jpg
  • SF 83.jpg
  • SF 84.jpg
  • SF 85.jpg
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Thursday, February 5th 2009, 11:34pm

Hi Tino.

This model must be giving you great pleasure. I'm sure it is for all who view it here at it develops. There is so much going on for the eye to take in.

A great build to be following Tino.

Thanks for sharing its creation.

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Sunday, March 15th 2009, 5:40pm

Thank you John, is nice to know that you arr following this tread.

Next section will be the Gloria section. This will form the front of the cathedral and it is very similar to the two sections that I build before but it is bigger.
All starts with this big box.
Tino has attached the following images:
  • SF 86.jpg
  • SF 87.jpg
  • SF 88.jpg
  • SF 89.jpg
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Friday, June 12th 2009, 12:45am

Setzt du deinen Baubericht fort?

Ich hoffe schon !!!

Grüße aus Wien, Herbert

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Monday, July 6th 2009, 10:08am

Micro, the tread will continue but I Iam with very little time for modelling.

After 4months without any news about the Sagrada Familia. I am back to show a little advance in the construction.
Tino has attached the following images:
  • SF 90.jpg
  • SF 91.jpg
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