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Old Jan 04, 2011, 12:32 PM
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Looks like my idea is getting out of control a bit.

But at least I know by now I gave you something to think about.

These big ship models also have "some" kind of value,
so I believe itīs worth thinking about how to protect them well during transportation.

Just thinking about a treasure like the Royal William gets damaged
makes my heart hurt.
Shock absorption foams of different kinds and thickness could also be used.

And now back to my Pirate Galeon:

I have drawn the forward cross sections directly onto the foam
using some white cardboard - with the copied cross sections.
Starting from the main cross section -
and then simply cutting the next smaller sections -
untill I was done.

Some more pics to show the size relation between the original plan at 1:100 and my started model at 1:20. One problem is that the original plans arenīt very precise - is some areas up to one millimeter incorrect, which adds up to 5mm for my model.
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