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About aviaamator

  • Birthday 07/13/1967

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    Russia, Petrozavodsk.
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    I'm interested in everything interesting!

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  1. Roger! Hi! Our cities since 1987 are twin cities! Welcome!
  2. Thank You!!! So it turns out in life, in the morning the ships in the evening the aircraft... The dialectic of life!
  3. Next, metal rings, painting, installation on the mast...
  4. The end of the process. If you have any questions about this, I will be happy to help!
  5. In the very first picture the thread is inserted incorrectly! You need to enter the thread on the other side, depending on the direction of the rope. Then everything is done correctly.
  6. In the manufacture of stay , I used a thick needle and a medical needle. The whole process in the photo. To be honest, this work is very exciting! Does anyone else do the same?
  7. Johann! Cables are clearly not enough load when twisting, they look weakly twisted. Strands should fit snugly to each other. Try to take the cable in a vertical position and measure the maximum length of this part of the cable, the longer-the better! My cotton cable.
  8. We continue building the ship... Barsik in the center of events!
  9. aviaamator

    Music to build ship models to ...

    I listen to different music, but today is especially close to my ear, this one is incomparable!!!!!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KsXPq3nedY
  10. aviaamator

    MONTAÑES by montanes

    When I look at this model - I really want to live long!!!
  11. Johann! I approve of your choice of thread. Excellent video!
  12. Glory To The Russian Surgeons!!! I'm home! ( temporarily.)

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