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Sovereign of the Seas

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I like the way you did some sails furled and some not. We modelers tend to do them all the same way most of the time.



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Wow!  That's incredible.

So what do you do with a finished ship. Clean it for the rest of your days? Sell it? Gift it?


As I am a little less than half done with mine I start to raise this question.


That is an incredible model.

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