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Hello, thanks.
I like working with a pear very much - it's a beautiful material, easy to process, and after coating, for example, with linseed oil, it acquires a noble brown shade. It is a pity that in this city this material can only be bought. In the south of Russia it is possible to deal with harvesting this breed.

 

In the photo deck is covered with oil, coffee-nagelnye bars - not yet.

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Yeah mate i live in Australia and are starting the occre 1/ 85 diana it's great to see how much spirit you have put ito this ship. I'll keep watching as this will be my second build thanks bloke.

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