Tuesday, 22 January 2008

EXPANDING WOODWORK


Back to the business of the Strathspey, Post Christmas and other matters ,I am back to cabin building . I have built all the bulkheads and cabin walls for the conversion of the original fishroom,I now have to fit them all out with some panelling, electrics , doors and floors and finally paint.

4 comments:

Tim Zim said...

Looking good...

Andrew Tognola said...

Thanks Tim it's always nice to know some ones watching

IsmilebecauseIhavenoideawhatsgoingon said...

Cor!! must say I think this is a really unique way of doing it, obviously the distance to your vessel is what's driving this method, but I think it's a really, really intriguing solution, I'm sure you're confident but me, I hope it all fits according to plan! In the pic it looks to me like a sort of giant architectural model at the mo, must be interesting to walk round.

Andrew Tognola said...

Yes distance and the size of the hole in the deck.The idea came to me when I made the model of it, a sort of blinding flash of light.
I do hope it fits as well ,although I did spend a lot of time measuring up.And any way as it's wood a bit of trimming here and there will be quite easy !!
Whe I put it together it was like being a kid with a model ,although there isn't enough room to put it all together at once.Now I am making the floors and doors .