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Friday, February 16th 2007, 6:43pm

Studnia Kazimierska

Decided to take a break from ship building, and start on this model that I've had for awhile.. A 1/25 scale Historical Polish Well located in the village of Kazimierz. A Renova model designed by Marcin Kudelski. Beautiful graphics, and great step by step diagrams for each stage of the build. Also comes with a nice full page watercolor of the cover picture suitable for framing.

Here's pictures of the cover, plus a side view of the innards.
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Friday, February 16th 2007, 6:49pm

RE: Studnia Kazimierska

The next step is the secondary base the well sits on.. I didn't like the look of the grate with just the black color for the inside, So I cut out the squares.. On the main base below where the grate sits, I've painted black and covered with a piece of clear acetate. Hard to tell in the photos, but when you look down between the openings you get a nice reflection off the acetate. Looks like water to me.. Also added bass wood and scrape card stock to the bottom of the well base for strength..
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Saturday, February 17th 2007, 4:08pm

RE: Studnia Kazimierska

Just realised that I put this in the wrong forum... ? Though it is a vehicle for water.. :] ( Another brilliant move on my part... Could one on of the moderators move this to the right group??

Anyway...
Next up was building the body of the well.. As I wanted to fill the void with silica sand for weight and bulk, I beefed up the parts .. Top & bottom of 1mm, and the side piece on scrap card stock. Adjusted my formers to allow for the extra thickness.. Once the sand was added, I just glued the center cutout back in place..
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Saturday, February 17th 2007, 7:32pm

RE: Studnia Kazimierska

Hi Peter ,
nice to see you work on such a strange model,but I think it is in the right thread and column.It belongs to "Architektur"...
btw which sand to you use...is it the sand from the SM beach you live :D :D :D
kind regards and keep on running in our beautiful forum
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Saturday, February 17th 2007, 9:27pm

RE: Studnia Kazimierska

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Hi Peter ,
nice to see you work on such a strange model,but I think it is in the right thread and column.It belongs to "Architektur"...
btw which sand to you use...is it the sand from the SM beach you live :D :D :D
kind regards and keep on running in our beautiful forum
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Hello Werner...

I think it has been moved to the right column... Always good to hear from you, and no this sand is not from the beach.. :D It is called "silica sand" and is a very fine grain sand used in sand blasting.

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Sunday, February 18th 2007, 4:19pm

RE: Studnia Kazimierska

Added the troughs/scuppers (not sure what to call these). Built, then shaded/weathered them with pastel chalks. The metal strap didn't look right without rivets or bolts, so I added a couple using small drops of glue. Shading when dry.
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Monday, February 19th 2007, 12:57am

Dear Peter,

nice to see that you have started this model! I have seen pictures of it elsewhere, and it deserves more attention as it is a rather unusual subject.

Looking forward to your report.

With best regards,

Matthias

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Monday, February 19th 2007, 3:46pm

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Dear Peter,

nice to see that you have started this model! I have seen pictures of it elsewhere, and it deserves more attention as it is a rather unusual subject.

Looking forward to your report.

With best regards,

Matthias


Hello Matthias..

Thank you for the comments..

Next set of photos show the covering for the well.. I thought there was not enough contrast between the slats, so I scored between them.. weathered with different shades of pastels.. light spray of "Future" to seal the colors. Excellent fit so far of all the parts.
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Tuesday, February 20th 2007, 4:12pm

cupola

Added the cupola to the top of the roof, and then glued the well to it's base..
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Tuesday, February 20th 2007, 10:00pm

RE: cupola

Hi Peter.
Nice job with the weathering of the roof slats. (and the bolts on the metal straps...) You have an eye for detail.
Cheers...John

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Wednesday, February 21st 2007, 2:43pm

RE: cupola

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Hi Peter.
Nice job with the weathering of the roof slats. (and the bolts on the metal straps...) You have an eye for detail.
Cheers...John


Thanks John for the comments...

Next up was building the smaller pump. After assembly, it was painted flat black, and then when dry, weathered and
shaded till I had what I thought was a metal like appearance.
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Thursday, February 22nd 2007, 5:28pm

large pump

Next up was adding the large pump. Photos show the different steps I took to get a finish piece.. Also added a little bit of "green" around the bottom of the well. Never been around anything that was putting out water that didn't have a little green coming out some crack somewhere.. :)
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Friday, February 23rd 2007, 9:47pm

Hi Peter.
Very nicely done! An interesting model superbly crafted. Congratulatiions.
John

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Saturday, February 24th 2007, 10:42pm

Really great work =D> . So with an other background it would look like real.
LG
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Sunday, February 25th 2007, 4:21pm

Thank you John & Michael for the comments...
Not much in the way of progress at the moment.. Started putting together the post and beams that will hold up the roof...
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