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      Started: 04-21-11 Build Revisions: Never  
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      Short history.:
      Patrol boat "Partizanas" built in 1933, Klaipeda. Until 1940. July 3d. Klaipeda region served as the border police.
      July, 1940 vessel, transferred to the Soviet Navy, sailed to Liepaja (Latvia), and more knowledge about it is not known.

      This model is finished but I hope nobody not rile, now that I present herein forum.

      Model started from the shell.



      Fill gaps with Styrodur.


      Then luted.



      after many times luted...



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  1. tubsikas's Avatar Active Member
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    Povilas
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    Designed annex.





    Primed.



    Handlebar.





    Screw.



    Painted hull.





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    Stairs.







    Skylights.






    Guns.









    Spotlight.
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    Windlass.





    Headstock.


    Anchor.




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    And finally, the finish photos. Model has been reworked many parts, because with time comes experience.














    Thanks for your attention.
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    Povilas, you are a very good scratch builder. These are great photos of the process from start to finish. I look forward to seeing your next model, and I am glad you have become part of the Scalemotorcars family.
    Last edited by Dr Dave; 04-22-11 at 09:41 AM. Reason: spelling mistake.
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    Thanks, I try to be a good scratch builder. If you have a question from the collection, boldly ask for an answer because not posted as the process of collection.
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  7. Really nice scratch building . It's great to see some ship modeling going on here, I to am looking forward to seeing your next project.

    Sean
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    That's a fantastic job done on a very unique subject. This is what I live and breathe for.
    Sometimes a handful of patience is worth more than a truck load of brains. Have the courage to trust your own beliefs. Don't be swayed by those with louder voices. W.S. Maugham :)
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    What a beautiful ship you have built, and all scratch built.....FANTASTIC!

    Gary.
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