A new build log is starting up of the 1/72-scale, boxed, laser-cut kit of HMS Wolf from Shipyard. This is an amazing kit, and one of the most complete card model kits we have. We still have this kit in stock, but the supply is very low!
Still, if you are interested in this kit, you can find it here: https://www.agesofsail.com/ecommerce/hms-wolf,-1754-1:72—shipyard-zl029-laser-cardboard-kit.html
Or, if you’re looking for something smaller, there is the 1/96-scale paper model version (you cut out the parts yourself), and we have plenty of those in stock: https://www.agesofsail.com/ecommerce/hms-wolf-1:96—shipyard-mk018—paper-model.html
While I don’t need to start any new projects, as I’ve got a enough irons in the fire, as it were, I started feeling that I need to generate some personal ship modeling momentum. I have had Shipyard’s laser-cut Papegojan kit that I was given about a year ago, but another model in one of my ship model clubs is currently building one, and I don’t want to complete with his.
What I’ve really been interested in trying out is Shipyard’s laser-cut HMS Wolf kit, a 1/72-scale model of an 18th century snow-rigged brig of war. But there are really 3 different kits that I’d like to kind of “test out”. But, one of these is a bit involved to merely test out, and that’s Shipyard’s 1/72 scale HMS Wolf kit.
Marketing photo of HMS Wolf from Shipyard’s website.
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