Schriber: Fishing Cutter Selma

Discussion in 'Ship & Watercraft Models' started by David H, Jun 18, 2007.

  1. David H

    David H Member

    I am building this as a treat, a nice little model to keep me going. It is in fact a really great little model!

    I am very impressed, the quality of construction, printing, artistry and instructions are fantastic. Schriber even include the thick (1mm) card required for laminating up the frame. I got mine from Marcle Models.

    Talking of the frame that's what's where the construction begins...

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  2. Kevin G

    Kevin G Member

    That looks fantastic so far! Can't believe the print job :shock:
    And as always, I love your presentation style! Thanks for sharing.
  3. eatcrow2

    eatcrow2 Member

    Looking great!!!!!!! I did this kit a few years back as a gift for somebody, and they loved it. I remember that it came with a few different names and color schemes that you could use. Her name was one of the names included "Annika", so it went over real big. Looking forward to seeing the finished model..
  4. cgutzmer

    cgutzmer Guest

    SUPER! That looks just like real wood - excellent job and excellent presentation there :)
  5. Clashster

    Clashster Member

    Nice looking build! Printing is very realistic, and you have done a nice job putting it together - clean lines and looking very smooth.
  6. David H

    David H Member

    Plodding on

    Today the Yorkshire rain stopped briefly so I rushed outside and took some pictures in natural light for a change.

    The little boat goes together so well there is not a lot to say. I added a rolled exhaust stack in plain paper then painted it black.

    Opening up the hold was easy, I built a box and poured in bounty from the sea, well discs of silver card and a wash of grey paint to simulate a good haul at any rate.

    This is what card modelling is about... and very relaxing




    On to the mast and winch then prop and rudder...

  7. Clashster

    Clashster Member

    Looks great! Glad to see a boat in the thread and not the trains! I might have to grab this one, as it looks very cool! Thanks for the update!

  8. wunwinglow

    wunwinglow Active Member

  9. Clashster

    Clashster Member

    Yeah, that is what I was alluding too... :mrgreen:

  10. Rick Thomson

    Rick Thomson Member

    Very nice, really looks like it is made out of primitive paper (wood).

  11. David H

    David H Member

    I see boat.... I put it there!

  12. David H

    David H Member

    Well all done. Things have been tough, work, holidays and a rediscovered love of cycling... but now the dark nights are back I have some card models to finish.

    The boat. A simply fantastic kit, if only all kits were the same. As we said before the printing / textures are superb!

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    Right I have a destroyer and a Royal Navy Cutter to finish by the holidays...


  13. cardmodeler

    cardmodeler Member

    That is one beautiful model! Terrific building job! :thumb:
  14. jaffro

    jaffro Long term member

    Very nice work, that really does look like a wooden model, you've done an outstanding job on that.
  15. Gregory Shoda

    Gregory Shoda Member

    Excellent! Looks very nice.
  16. dansls1

    dansls1 Member

    This model looks great!
  17. Tirta

    Tirta Member

    Looks like real wood!
    very nice model :D :D :D

    another superb kit from schreiber,
    I hope they make more sailing ships in the future.
  18. Are you sanbagging us? that looks like a wood model. Tell us the truth. We won't mind.
  19. David H

    David H Member

    Awww STOP IT!

    I just put the bits together slowly, very slowly. All credit to Schriber.

    Thanks for the nice words guys.

  20. How bout a closeup of that prop? it looks like real brass. is it?

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