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Cog in the East

Posted by dirk on 05 Mar 2010, 10:48

I'm in the process of assembling my cog from Revell. They will be charged somewhere in the East to a port.
Advance the first pictures ...
...First, the parts were sprayed with ivory color...
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...thereafter, various oil-colors were applied and wiped off ...
1) Norma Nr.687 "burnt umbra
2) LUKAS STUDIOS Nr.312 "VanDyck brown"
3) SOLO Goya Nr. 32509 "Sienna natur"
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Once there is something new there, I´ll showthe new pictures.
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Posted by ModernKiwi on 05 Mar 2010, 11:05

Wow, amazing job on that wood work.
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Posted by Yarik on 05 Mar 2010, 11:07

:drool: :thumbup:
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Posted by Michel on 05 Mar 2010, 11:26

:headbang: :occasion:

Fantastc wooden Look!

I love the Sail...!!!!!!!

Let´s change our Cogs...

You get mine and i´ll take your´s!
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Posted by T. Dürrschmidt on 05 Mar 2010, 11:33

Yeah, looks great. Want to start my own Kogg project soon. Thanks for the color tip......

but mine will be along with 28mm figures. So nothing to show here.
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Posted by Nono on 05 Mar 2010, 11:45

Great!! :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by Helveticum on 05 Mar 2010, 12:19

Great job.....like it a lot :thumbup:
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Posted by MABO on 05 Mar 2010, 13:05

The wooden look is perfect. I have to reach out for this...
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Posted by entrauner on 05 Mar 2010, 13:58

yessssssssir!
looks great already
erik
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Posted by Mai Strac on 05 Mar 2010, 14:00

:shock: :shock: :shock: Awesome!
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Posted by efb on 05 Mar 2010, 14:19

Man that looks good.
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Posted by dutchboyinohio on 05 Mar 2010, 14:20

Wow!! :shock: :shock: Now get back to work. We want more pictures!!! ;-)
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Posted by Paul on 05 Mar 2010, 14:22

Woodwork 10 out of 10 :thumbup: :thumbup:
The paints in the tubes are acrylic??
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Posted by ColeF on 05 Mar 2010, 14:42

The wood is... :love: :love: :love:
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Posted by poky on 05 Mar 2010, 15:10

very good indeed
if you need any pictures of the real thing let me now a friend of my sailed on the Kamper kogge a few years back from the Netherlands to Denmark.
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Posted by musketier on 05 Mar 2010, 15:15

Very nice, I like your method of explanation and application on the model very informative :-D
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Posted by Martin on 05 Mar 2010, 15:25

poky wrote:very good indeed
if you need any pictures of the real thing let me now a friend of my sailed on the Kamper kogge a few years back from the Netherlands to Denmark.

@Poky, was that a voyage that something bad happened halfway on our Kamper Kogge?

BTW for all visitors to the Meeting in Kampen 6-6-10: the Kamper Kogge lies in a small city-harbour and can be visited!!

BTW2: I have some 1:72 Kogges in stock (Zvezda). Also be build as waterline model.
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Posted by monty on 05 Mar 2010, 17:13

nice :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by dirk on 05 Mar 2010, 17:19

Thanks guys for the good words ! :notworthy:

More pictures will follow in the next time...

@Paul : This colors are oil-colors !
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Posted by arkhunter2002 on 05 Mar 2010, 17:59

Very cool! The wood looks super realitic! :thumbup:

Take care,
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