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08 Oct 2019 3:17 a.m. PST
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Anton Ryzbak07 Oct 2019 10:11 p.m. PST

I started out with just the paper sails and then this happened….. link

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Fish08 Oct 2019 2:14 a.m. PST

Ain't that a bit thick though?

Perhaps (fishing)line of suitable thickness might be a better choice? Less prone to snap than very thin stretched sprue…

ModelJShip08 Oct 2019 2:43 a.m. PST

Anton, the idea is good but as Lonkka said, I think is a bit thick. Personally I recommend to rig this ship monofilament plyamide thread, works very well with the superglue.

Good job in the brig!

Bowman08 Oct 2019 10:32 a.m. PST

Would polyamide sewing thread work? Btw, the ships look lovely, Anton.

Personal logo Virtualscratchbuilder Supporting Member of TMP Fezian08 Oct 2019 12:15 p.m. PST

Pulled sprue would work too. I use that a lot.

ModelJShip08 Oct 2019 12:31 p.m. PST

Bowmam. The problem with the polyamide sewing thread is that it is bright, then you would have to apply some ink to remove the shine.

Tgerritsen Supporting Member of TMP08 Oct 2019 2:37 p.m. PST

Virtual- if you read the article- that is pulled sprue. Looks nice! I don't know if I mind the thickness, really.

martin goddard Sponsoring Member of TMP08 Oct 2019 11:46 p.m. PST

It looks really good. A win.

Personal logo Zeelow Supporting Member of TMP09 Oct 2019 6:17 a.m. PST

I've followed Admiral Anton's model building for many years now [his blog]. He is a genius. There is a reason for what he does.

Great job, Maestro!

Zeelow

Personal logo Virtualscratchbuilder Supporting Member of TMP Fezian10 Oct 2019 4:44 a.m. PST

Virtual- if you read the article- that is pulled sprue. Looks nice! I don't know if I mind the thickness, really.

Sorry… I did indeed miss that. It is an art in itself that I have only recently mastered. I can get it to thinner than thread if I am careful, and it has made a big difference.

Bowman30 Nov 2019 3:54 p.m. PST

…….. then you would have to apply some ink to remove the shine.

Yep I see that. I wonder if hitting the finished ship with Dullcoat would take the shine away.

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