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About IgorSky

  • Birthday 08/01/1967

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    ships, model of ships, ships-in-bottle, paragliding

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  1. hey there!  just a quick happy birthday and hope you have a great day!

    1. IgorSky


      Many thanks!
      And my best wishes to you too!


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    Amazing work Frank! Congrats!
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    Thank you Marc! )
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    Thank you Salty Sea Dog and Hamilton! Hamilton, I really think that after the building of Hannah, you can easily build a similar boat. Best Regards! Igor.
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    Hi Jesse! Usually I am using the epoxy resin for the base of the sea, the transparent acrylic gel for the waves and the white acrylic for the foam.
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    Thank you Patrick! It's just the funny souvenir. In last friday I have got this little bottle, and I could not resist ))
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    Thank you PatricK! Here is new small short project - http://modelshipworld.com/index.php/gallery/album/1260-mini-sib-004-3-mast-schooner/ ))
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    Thank you DavePete!
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    Yes is it. The water was made from the colorized epoxy and the acril gel.
  10. You can see the build log here - http://modelshipworld.com/index.php/topic/10863-typical-boat-of-mediterranean-sea-by-igorsky-bottle-scale-1200/
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    Thank you, Frank!
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    Thanks, Mike!
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    Thank you, Salty Sea Dog!

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