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Ryland Craze

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About Ryland Craze

  • Birthday 05/05/1949

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  1. Ryland Craze

    With great sadness "Landlocked123" has passed away

    So sad to hear this. My condolences to his family and friends. He will be missed.
  2. Ryland Craze

    Wood options for Cutter Cheerful besides boxwood

    I purchased boxwood sheets from Syren for my Cheerful at the Northeast Joint Clubs Conference and I am very pleased with the quality of the wood. I have purchased other items from Syren and always received quality products and quick shipping. You will not be disappointed with Syren products or the service Chuck provides.
  3. Jaeon, You are correct in that you will reduce the false keel along its entire length. This will form a consistent rabbet along the keel for the first plank (garboard) to lay. Good luck on your build.
  4. Count me in. This means I need to get started on my Queen Anne Style Barge and have it completed very soon. I also plan to present the group build concept to my Club members as I feel some would benefit greatly in a group build environment.
  5. Count me in. This means I need to get started on my Queen Anne Style Barge and have it completed very soon. I also plan to present the group build concept to my Club members as I feel some would benefit greatly in a group build environment.
  6. Ryland Craze

    David Rice

    Joe, WackoWolf on MSW, has been a fixture at the Northeast Joint Clubs Conference for many years. He always had his camera with him and posted many pictures of the show on MSW. He last signed on MSW in June, 2017 and had over 2,442 posts on MSW. He is a member of the Connecticut Marine Model Society and I asked one of his Club members what has happened to him and they said they have been unable to contact him. His absence is a mystery. I hope the best for him as I always enjoyed talking to him.
  7. The planking looks very nice. You did a great job lining out the hull.
  8. This year the Show was hosted by the Ship Model Society of New Jersey and they did an excellent job planning this event. The show continues to grow each year and it has to be one of the premier shows in the Country. I am already looking forward to next year's show.
  9. I attended this event and had a great time. There must have been close to eighty or more models on display. Even BlueJacket and Syren had several models on display in their vendor area. There was no lack of quality ship models on display. It was nice seeing old friends and meeting new ones. I had my camera with me, but I failed to take as many pictures as I would have liked to. Here are some of the photo that I took:
  10. Should be a lot of Model Ship World members attending this event. Maybe we can get a group photo like we did several years ago.
  11. The 36th annual Joint Clubs Conference and Show will be held this Saturday, April 28 at the Port N Starboard Banquet and Conference Center at Ocean Beach Park in New London Connecticut from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The host Club this year will be the Ship Model Society of New Jersey. They have planned a super event and will also be holding a raffle for a Byrnes' Saw. You can register at the door for the Conference or pay a small general admission fee to see the large display of ship models and shop the vendors that will be on hand. Each year this show continues to grow and this one should be the best yet. I hope to see you there. You will not be disappointed.
  12. At the top of the page, the message icon is next to the globe. Click on this and it will open the Inbox window. Then click on the Compose New button. In the To area, type KenW and complete this section with your message to him. Then hit Send and Ken will receive an email that he has a message. Definitely bring the model to the meeting next week as you will get plenty of help on solving the issue with the bulkheads.
  13. Your work looks nice. I am going to enjoy following your build log.

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