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  1. Congratulations Mr. Mike. The model turned out well, as it is told before... Thanks for the patience at some of the sequences... I hope it worth in the end... Bravo ! Regards, Zoran
  2. Hah good ! ... ok, I will try to explain: The drawing shows double turn knot at the rope that holds the yard (twice around the yard) this rope go upwards through the block and then down to the cleat at the mast... The thinner rope is the parrel. It tightens the first rope to the mast . The parrel rope goes to the same cleat to the mast...(this makes two different ropes) ... The parrel rope goes down to the cleat, not through the block ... So, my intention was to get You to understand the illustrations , but it is not hard to answer as well By the way, I see You understood the illustrations, but with a bit of uncertainty (I hope I used the right word) ... It is really pleasure to see You completed this model ... You get experience in single planking method and the sail making which is very important... In the end, the patient is invested and the result is here !! Ask all You need ... Sincerely Yours, Zoran
  3. Hi Mr. Mike, as it can be visible at the attached illustrations, all of those places are marked with ' A', 'B', 'C', 'D', 'E', 'F' etc. ... And all of those are enlarged into the drawings, so please, take a look at the drawing ... All of the questions are answered already... Regards, Zoran
  4. Yes, two rope ends, two sides ... Zoran
  5. Hi Mr. Mike... there are separated ropers for fastening the sail to the yard: each hole on the sail - one rope ... Each rope is fastened around the yard, the knot is on the top of the yard... the ends of the rope fall free down the sail ... The knots are the simple overheand double knots ... Zoran
  6. Hi Mr. Mike ... are You sure this nettle is the same long as the ones at the drawing ? ... The sail could be shorten by banding the nettles around the yard. The yard with the shorten sail could be put in many positions, but the most common one is to put the yard into the same position as the ful sail is on ... The sail could be furled, so the complete sail is bound to the yard with the nettles. The nettle should be long enough ... The sail looks great, Bravo !! Regards, Zoran
  7. I picked it up from the internet, so they are not to print or share actually... I used them to realize the nettles completely years ago ... So they are helpfull at this moment as well ... :):) we should not take somebody else's pictures, but it was handy at this moment ... I am sure You can make the same ones ... Regards, Zoran
  8. Bravo Mr. Mike ! You see, it was not so hard to do ... We never ask too much from the modeler :):) but it is not too easy as well ... Bravo once again ... Regards, Zoran
  9. It is fold , fold, and then sew... Those ropes are called 'nettles' ... each of them is a single rope going through the sail ... There are two ways of setting them ... here are the pictures:
  10. Yes, it should continue... The edge of the sail is to be fold once, and then the second time (so simple)... The stitching is all the trouble, but it is very easy to master (at once I would say) ... Zoran
  11. Hi Mr. Jack ... this deck looks brilliant! The last three photos look much better ... Zoran
  12. Hi Mr. Mike ... one end of the rope that runs through the block is attached to the yard and the other one is tied to the bitt at the mast... Then there is a parral made of rope. It is just a simple loop thet tightens the rope from the yard to the mast. This way the yard is tightened to the mast ... ... Waiting for more ... this is ok !! Zoran
  13. Mr. Mike, all ropes that go from the mast begin with a loop. The shrouds are the separated ropes; each shroud is made individually for itself... The rope with the block goes onto the shrouds, in the end, beginning with a loop as well... Zoran
  14. Hello Mr. Mike ... Here are some samples.... Regarding the coloring of this type of a boat, people in the past were using the colours they had in that moment. They were fisherman and the only thing they were worried about was the functionality of the boat... Zoran
  15. Mr. Mike, please, try with a little bit lighter blue than that one You have is ... (Anyway, the one You have is good already...)... I am with blue .. Zoran

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