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the learner

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Cypress CA US
  • Interests
    Ships, Stamps and Bonsai.
    (I grow my own timber for ships)

    Current Member NRG and SMA
    Past Member South Bay Model Shipwrights
    Past Member VCMM Model Guild

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  1. I like that you are breaking each rigging section down as you progress.
  2. Love the detailing on the joinery, your build is progressing nicely!
  3. Hello Cristikc, I have recently acquired a Mantua Sovereign of the Seas kit and will be following your build and saving some of your pictures and build tips as this will be a future build for me, I have several others in drydock that need to be finished first.. your build is going well and looks very good!
  4. Fantastic! great build nice work and very professional
  5. I just spent an hour perusing your build of the 74 cannon ship, there is only one thing I can say about it, Wow!
  6. Been awhile but your build is quite nice and progressing beautifully. Thanks for reposting the photos on the stern deadwood construction! This was the Alfred I was telling you about, even unfinished it is still a good looking build
  7. Interesting build! I have the book on F.H. af Chapman's drawings (newer version) and think it if fascinating read. look forward to the rest of your build!
  8. the learner

    Girona by augustus

    I love the work a twist on an older bread and butter construction, fantastic
  9. Fantastic build, I love the Brodie stove!
  10. Your mill work is fantastic, please provide as much of your process using this tool as possible, Thanks
  11. the learner

    How to sharpen a file.

    Agreed Bluenose2! Yes you can recycle for other uses, gouges and knives are a good example and they hold a good edge when re-tempered and dipped in oil
  12. Marsalv, A project it is a big model! I have the book and the plans so I will be following along with much interest. You have made a good start!
  13. So basically the roller is not operational? fantastic looking kit! and thank you for the forum build. Count me in for one!
  14. the learner

    Completed Above Starboard Viewa.jpg

    Fantastic job Toni!
  15. Your craftsmanship is perfect, what a fantastic job of planking the whales and the rest of the hull. I have to ask what type of wood did you use between the bulkheads and how did you add the filler?

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