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  • Birthday 03/14/1958

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    Cookham, Berkshire,UK

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  1. Bolts added at the tip of the standards, bottom will be put in when fastened to the deck, ironwork added to the companionway, gratings also completed, I have simulated the bolts with pencil, only one though couldn't get two in there, I should be able to start deck planking soon
  2. Added the square holes through the wear strips and black bolts at the ends of each strip, companion way also started
  3. Also started on the bitts to hold the windlass, these will be painted red, but I'm not sure about the windlass itself whether to paint or not
  4. Added the wear strips to the windlass and gave a coat of sanding sealer
  5. Started making the windlass using druxeys instructions from the fireship comet book The ratchets are a major headache to cut, I had to make a small chisel to use on them
  6. A bit more done on the cheerful, both bulwarks finished and painted, stern post added and the caprail with a nice piece of mahogany I also added bolts through the caprail using black monofilament
  7. paulsutcliffe

    Cool old sail ship request for info please

    London presumably (not tower bridge ha)
  8. Not much done lately due to the beautiful weather we are having, I did rip out the first window in the gallery as I wasn't happy with it, the centre mullion wasn't in the centre so I remade it It looked really much better to my eyes but now in the photo I'm not sure although the mullion is in the middle which is an improvement, I've done some work on the cheerful as well planking completed, mouldings on and one bulwark finished and painted , I will add some pictures when my phone decides to upload to OneDrive Thanks
  9. Looks really good to me, love the moving/static background, well done Regards Paul
  10. paulsutcliffe

    The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Played golf, to hot here in England at the moment, getting boring now we need some rain
  11. paulsutcliffe

    What have you received today?

    Hi James If you need a hand completing all theses kits you are receiving let me know ha! You can't possibly complete them all (especially the Japanese frame models) Regards Paul Ps no tax or vat to send them down to Berkshire lol
  12. And these on the quay

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