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#41 Posted : 14 October 2012 11:45:15

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very nicely done trev,keep 'em comin'.
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#42 Posted : 14 October 2012 12:56:38

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BigGrin Hi Trev
The oak venear certainly makes a great diffrence,top work as usual
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#43 Posted : 25 January 2015 11:21:31

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UPDATE:250115.
Victory Cross Section.

Just a small up date on the cross section, it has been some time since I have looked at this build but it is all good fun plus the extra experience with the main Victory build, so at the moment this is about were I am.









There will be more to follow.

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#44 Posted : 25 January 2015 11:34:03

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Looking great ThumpUp
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#45 Posted : 25 January 2015 12:18:57

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Hi Trev BigGrin .
Your build is looking fantastic and I Love the colour of the stain you have used as it looks very authentic Cool .
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#46 Posted : 25 January 2015 22:22:14

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Hi Mr T
Comments greatly received thank you.

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#47 Posted : 25 January 2015 22:27:49

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Hi Mark,
Thanks for you comments about the ships colour,the upper deck will be a bit lighter than the lower as in the real ship.

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#48 Posted : 25 January 2015 23:14:42

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Think you are doing a fantastic job with this one Trev, love the colour. Very authentic piece of work.....Cool Drool Drool Cool

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Alan
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#49 Posted : 26 January 2015 09:06:07

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Beautiful work there Trevor, nice to see you on it again. Looking great.
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#50 Posted : 26 January 2015 09:16:04

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#51 Posted : 26 January 2015 20:25:58

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Hi Alan,
Thank you for having a look it has been some time since I have even looked at this build but when I did it seemed wrong not to continue and finish.The next stage will be to complete the Orlop deck and paint the side walls white,the deck will be lighter than the keel deck I will be using Colron Liquid Beeswax ( Georgian Medium Oak ) the more you put on the darker it will get you then allow about 15 minutes and buff it really brings the lustre out in the wood,let's see what happens.

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#52 Posted : 26 January 2015 20:34:23

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Hans,
Good to hear from you hope you are all ok and thank you for turning the pages on my build and for your valued comments,I will be posting again as soon as I have completed the Orlop deck.

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#53 Posted : 26 January 2015 20:42:16

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Hi Steve,
Thanks for your time,the wood colour does look old that's because it is !! it has been to long since my last update but I do intend to finish this one in between the Spitfire build,next the Orlop deck and paint the walls.

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Trev.
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#54 Posted : 01 February 2015 19:44:08

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UPDATE:010215.
Victory Cross Section.

Today I decided to try and turn a few bit's mainly for my Victory build as this cross section I find a good to practice on, so today I have made a wood pot,a small barrel and a fire bucket, I am very keen to make fire buckets but not to sure of the size for my Victory build.
The wood I used this time was Lime (which is easy to turn) and Mahogany a hard reddish-brown which is very hard to turn, the first picture will show the work on the Lathe the rest of the pictures will show were I am with the cross section.
After completing the large and small gratings the next job was to lay the Orlop planking and sand the ends, then to paint the bulwarks white this is about as far as I have built at the moment.



Work on the Unimat lathe.



Work on the gratings.



Work on the Orlop Deck AFT


Thanks for looking.
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Trev.



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#55 Posted : 01 February 2015 20:59:59

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Love the home made partsLove Love nicely done, build looking good

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#56 Posted : 01 February 2015 22:03:59

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Hi trev.
Looking superp. Look forward to seeing more of your cross section. Ian Cool Cool BigGrin
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#57 Posted : 01 February 2015 22:57:44

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Great work on the turned pieces Trev, think you have the scale just about right with those buckets..... Drool Drool .. Coming along beautifully.....Cool Cool

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#58 Posted : 01 February 2015 23:16:19

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#59 Posted : 02 February 2015 21:26:06

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Jase,
Well I had a another go at making those buckets I found it better with Lime a softer wood to turn, I was wondering if you have had the time to try your new Proxxon lathe yet and what type of wood you find best?

Trev
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#60 Posted : 02 February 2015 21:31:35

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Ian,
I have noted that your Victory is now well in front of mine must try to catch up with you, as for the Cross Section do you know I am really enjoying this build, thanks for looking more to follow.

Trev.
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