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 Posted: Thu Aug 13th, 2015 10:48 am
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It all is looking great...Where did you get the Puffer plans...It's looking superb...

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 Posted: Thu Aug 13th, 2015 11:47 am
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The plans were in an old 1970's Railway Modeller, they were for 2mm which I scaled up at work on the copier



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Hi Camperman, Thanks for the info on your plans. I will be watching your build, I do like your dock sides too


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Hi, if you want a copy I can send you one, once I am back from a currently wet Southport, hopefully the sun will make an appearance tomorrow.



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Hi Campman
                       Thank you....Yes please my email is...
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Alan I would suggest removing your email from open forum and send it in a PM  otherwise you may get spammed to death in the future mate. not by any of the members but we do get a few "Guests " visiting

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Gary wrote: Hi Andy,

I don't know how I missed this thread, but it will be one I have my eye on. The layout is looking good so far and I look foward to the next update. :thumbs

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Have a great holiday Andy ,look forward to more after your return.:cool:



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This boat (Puffer) build is superb. Looking foward to the finished model. Excellent to say the least. :doublethumb

Enjoy your time away.

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Hi, I am back...

Some more progress this weekend

Glued some pieces of card together to make the engine/wheel house, and started painting it.



Used some bits and pieces from my bits box and some bent sprue to add some details, and a bit of plastic tube for the funnel.





Test fitting before making the wheelhouse



Wheelhouse from scribed card painted with watercolours then some powders.



Test fitted and painted mast and lifting boom.





Next is cargo bay covers, a winch for the front, rigging and cables for the mast, winch and boom, anchors and chains and some general deck junk and I think it will be nearly there.

And I suppose it needs a name?




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A work of art Andy, scratch building at its best.

Galway Pipe :???:


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Very impressive, I realy like the wheel house and it's hard to believe the hull is card...Superb...


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Great work, Andy.  :thumbs

I really like the old paint effect.



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Looks great Andy ;-)

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Started on the cargo hold covers yesterday evening, they need some dry brushing and possibly some powders to tone it down.

They are just card covered in tissue and then painted, ignore the white bits as the glue was still wet.






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Cargo hold covers given a black wash and then a drybrush with a lighter version of the green, this will do for these at this point.






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Very effective! How about 'Stafford' after you avatar?

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Very good idea on the name Doug, her name is Roxy, we do have another red staffie called Bonnie, probably also a good name for a Clyde Puffer.



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Auld Bonnie? Or Bonnie Lass? Both classic puffer names from what I've read.

Nice work on the Tarps too.

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Some more good ideas Marty, I see I am going to have to build some more boats so that all 4 of our dogs can have one named after them.

Staffies Roxy & Bonnie, Poodle/Yorky cross called Maggie and Rosie the Westy.



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