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The Newbie Fridays thread is a place for everyone in /r/modelmakers to come and ask questions. Don't be shy. You might have a burning question you've been meaning to ask but you don't want to make your own thread, or are just seeking some input or feedback from your fellow builders! This thread is aimed a new builders, but everyone is welcome. Since this thread is likely to fill up quickly, consider sorting the comments by Hey guys. Working on a 1/350 Scharnhorst and Bismarck. Any advice to make the paints look realistic? I plan on painting the Bismarck as she was in port and Scharnhorst during Operation Weserübung. I currently don't have an air brush and want to make these look good. Hello all. I’ve always like building or painting pretty much everything. Over the years I have built all kinds of plastic models, painted gaming miniatures, built legos, and metal earth sets. I’ve even dabbled in RC cars, even though I would just build them and never race them. Currently I have been building a ton of Gundam Models and I’m kinda fatigued on plastic models. Thought about grabbing a lego set but for the money you spend I will have it built in less than a day. Any suggestions.. I understand that airbrushing offers a superior quality finish in a shorter amount of time to hand brushing, but I'm just not interested, at least at the moment. The closest analogy I can make is I would rather carve the wood than use a lathe. Are there people who make high quality models using only hand brushes, or am I just going to have to accept transitioning to using an airbrush? I've been enjoying reading about tallships recently and my interest spurred even more after watching Master and Commander for the first time. A friend of mine told me he was making Revell's HMS Victory recently and I'd like to know if any of you are into building tallships? Also do you make them from wood or from plastic? I know there's both available. Aswell as that can anyone give me any recommendations for ones to start out on? I've good eyes so the rigging won't be too difficult ( I always enjoy looking at models, but when I see just how little pieces each of these kits have, it staves me off any purchase. I believe that the complexity is what creates personal value, not aesthetics - hopefully that isn't confusing as a statement. /r/modelmarkers, where could I find a kit of a boat/car/building (anything really) that has REAL complexity to the build - something to pose a real challenge, to be completed in months, not days. The smaller the pieces the better! Now, notice.. Yo, i'm trying to start building scale ships for exhibition i m thinking about ordering a laser cutter to get some build key parts but i cant find the plans for free anywhere around the internet, can anyone pls tell me? there must be a place with that! I want to get into wooden naval models, but I have no experience save for a gundam model or two ten years ago. I know I'll need plenty of practice, but I'm unsure of where to begin Would practicing with plastic models translate to the skills I need to work with wood? It seems that most wooden models are prohibitively expensive, and I don't want to sink in a bunch of money into something I will make plenty of mistakes with. Where is a good starting point? Would you happen to know of a good company that produces ships for people who are entering the wooden ship scene? I can only spend around 0. I have plenty of experience in plastic modelling but I feel like spicing it up a bit. Any help is appreciated, and thanks in advance. Hi everyone, this is my first post here. I'd like to build a Golden Hind model ship, I've found a few kits by various brands but none of them totally satisfy me. I know I could build it from scratch, but I'm afraid I'm not experienced enough for that.. Should I go for a kit or should I wait until I can build it by myself? Anyway, here are the kits I've found: - [this one](http://www.modelerscentral.com/ship-model-kits/dusek/golden-hind/) by Dusek, it looks like the least historically accurate.. Wooden Ship Models Kits Diy Educational Toy Model Boats Wood 3d Laser Cut Scale 1/50 Hobby Halifax 1768 Resolution Full Rib Kit The Newbie Fridays thread is a place for everyone in /r/modelmakers to come and ask questions. Don't be shy. You might have a burning question you've been meaning to ask but you don't want to make your own thread, or are just seeking some input or feedback from your fellow builders! This thread is aimed a new builders, but everyone is welcome. Since this thread is likely to fill up quickly, consider sorting the comments by Hey guys. Working on a 1/350 Scharnhorst and Bismarck. Any advice to make the paints look realistic? I plan on painting the Bismarck as she was in port and Scharnhorst during Operation Weserübung. I currently don't have an air brush and want to make these look good. Hello all. I’ve always like building or painting pretty much everything. Over the years I have built all kinds of plastic models, painted gaming miniatures, built legos, and metal earth sets. I’ve even dabbled in RC cars, even though I would just build them and never race them. Currently I have been building a ton of Gundam Models and I’m kinda fatigued on plastic models. Thought about grabbing a lego set but for the money you spend I will have it built in less than a day. Any suggestions.. I understand that airbrushing offers a superior quality finish in a shorter amount of time to hand brushing, but I'm just not interested, at least at the moment. The closest analogy I can make is I would rather carve the wood than use a lathe. Are there people who make high quality models using only hand brushes, or am I just going to have to accept transitioning to using an airbrush? I've been enjoying reading about tallships recently and my interest spurred even more after watching Master and Commander for the first time. A friend of mine told me he was making Revell's HMS Victory recently and I'd like to know if any of you are into building tallships? Also do you make them from wood or from plastic? I know there's both available. Aswell as that can anyone give me any recommendations for ones to start out on? I've good eyes so the rigging won't be too difficult ( I always enjoy looking at models, but when I see just how little pieces each of these kits have, it staves me off any purchase. I believe that the complexity is what creates personal value, not aesthetics - hopefully that isn't confusing as a statement. /r/modelmarkers, where could I find a kit of a boat/car/building (anything really) that has REAL complexity to the build - something to pose a real challenge, to be completed in months, not days. The smaller the pieces the better! Now, notice.. Yo, i'm trying to start building scale ships for exhibition i m thinking about ordering a laser cutter to get some build key parts but i cant find the plans for free anywhere around the internet, can anyone pls tell me? there must be a place with that! I want to get into wooden naval models, but I have no experience save for a gundam model or two ten years ago. I know I'll need plenty of practice, but I'm unsure of where to begin Would practicing with plastic models translate to the skills I need to work with wood? It seems that most wooden models are prohibitively expensive, and I don't want to sink in a bunch of money into something I will make plenty of mistakes with. Where is a good starting point? Would you happen to know of a good company that produces ships for people who are entering the wooden ship scene? I can only spend around 0. I have plenty of experience in plastic modelling but I feel like spicing it up a bit. Any help is appreciated, and thanks in advance. Hi everyone, this is my first post here. I'd like to build a Golden Hind model ship, I've found a few kits by various brands but none of them totally satisfy me. I know I could build it from scratch, but I'm afraid I'm not experienced enough for that.. Should I go for a kit or should I wait until I can build it by myself? Anyway, here are the kits I've found: - [this one](http://www.modelerscentral.com/ship-model-kits/dusek/golden-hind/) by Dusek, it looks like the least historically accurate..

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Yo, i'm trying to start building scale ships for exhibition i m thinking about ordering a laser cutter to get some build key parts but i cant find the plans for free anywhere around the internet, can anyone pls tell me? there must be a place with that!. Buy wooden ship kits & ship model kits from Ages of Sail. Get wooden ship kits tools, books & accessories. Wood Ship Kits available for all skill levels. BlueJacket Shipcrafters, Inc. is the oldest model ship and model boat company in the US (in continuous operation since 1905). Specializing in the design and.. Premier Ship Models, the leading source for model ships, boats and yacht models. We have the largest range of quality historical, tall, pirate and cruise ships.. Model Boat Kits and Ship Models Kit for all your ship model building needs. Kits from, Amati, Billings, Artesania, Corel, Mantua and more. Wooden Ship Models Kits Diy Educational Toy Model Boats Wood 3d Laser Cut Scale 1/50 Hobby Halifax 1768 Resolution Full Rib Kit

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