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IgorSky

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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. Hi Antony! Great choice! The Venetian gondola is on the list of my future models too. Good luck in your building, Antony! I look forward to the continuation of your story! Best Regards! Igor.
  2. Many thanks Mark, Patrick, Carl, popeye the sailor, wefalkck for your feedbacks! Finally, I set up on places the Old Man himself, the paddles and the basket with a pair of fish.
  3. Then I made a ripple on the water, using a transparent acrylic gel.
  4. Then I proceeded to place the Fish and the boat in the bottle. It took me two tries to do it. First try...
  5. Then I cut out a couple of oars and a little tinted the face, neck and arms of the Old Man.
  6. Next step - I placed a shark in the bottle, fixing it with a transparent sealant.
  7. Also I replaced the rigging and added some small things to the boat.

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