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So now you have selected the ship model you want to build and you have decided on the manufacture of the kit. Great! Let's talk about some other decisions you need to make prior to building. Where will you model be displayed? There are multiple manufactures of the same model ship even there are Beginning ship modeler. Typically the kits will be available in different scales. Each of the scales has its advantages and disadvantages. Consider where in your home you are going to display the finished model. Some scales are good for representing sensible size without involving too much intricate work. Other considerations include the skill of the builder, the level of detail you want and the space in which you have to work. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Beginning ship modeler
  • So now you have selected the ship model you want
    to build and you have decided on the manufacture
    of the kit. Great! Let's talk about some other
    decisions you need to make prior to building.
  • Where will you model be displayed?
  • There are multiple manufactures of the same model
    ship even there are Beginning ship modeler.
    Typically the kits will be available in different
    scales. Each of the scales has its advantages and
    disadvantages. Consider where in your home you
    are going to display the finished model. Some
    scales are good for representing sensible size
    without involving too much intricate work. Other
    considerations include the skill of the builder,
    the level of detail you want and the space in
    which you have to work.

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  • How is your model ship to be displayed?
  • Is the model to be in harbor, sailing at sea or
    in battle with other ships? It's important to
    determine this so you will be able to decide on
    the sails and gun placements. As an example, if
    the ship is in battle not all sails would have
    been in use so your model should have some of the
    sails furled. Also the display of the guns is
    important. Most guns barrels are displayed
    outside of the gun ports which would indicate a
    battle is brewing.
  • Models usually have all the guns outside the
    ports but in real action, some of the guns would
    have been just fired or in the process of being
    reloaded. Some of the breaching would be loose
    and some under tension. If the ship is sailing at
    sea, all of the gun port lids would be closed and
    the breaching would be under tension.

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  • Can you obtain research material on the ship you
    want to build?
  • Let's face it, for beginning ship modeler
    commercial ship model kits are subject to the
    demands and limitations of mass manufacturing
    processes. That's not to say that the plans and
    fittings are not reasonable replicas of the ship.
    However, much detail and accuracy are sacrificed
    in the production process. It's necessary
    therefore to obtain material on the ship that
    provides you with historical accuracy. Some of
    the resources for this research material are
    books, nautical archives, artist renderings, and
    specific historical marine institutions. Along
    with information on the ship itself you should
    also research marine technology of the era
  • For more information Mail id- rjeya_at_utsca.com,
    Contact Number- 866-865-7900, http//www.naturecoa
    st.com/, Address- 822 N A1A Highway, Suite 310
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082, USA.
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