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Remcohe

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About Remcohe

  • Birthday 12/14/1968

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  1. I have a question for the group. Has anybody figured out the number of blocks and sizes that are needed to fully rig a Swan class? I thought it would be a good project to get into my build again to make them all in one go. Remco
  2. P7241258

    What beautiful diorama. The figures are remarkably lifelike for their small scale! Remco
  3. 003

    What a beautiful model Remco
  4. CFstbdstrnclose(lr)

    What a beautiful model Ron.
  5. 0300

    That is one very nice looking model. I would love to see the work in progress pictures. Remco
  6. CIMG3187

    It's a beauty!
  7. CIMG8395

    Stunning. Do you also have pictures of the build in progress? I would love to she how you made such a fine model.
  8. 25 Foot Pinnace

    This Pinnace was build from a NMM plan
  9. 18 Foot Cutter

    This cutter was build using the practicum from David Arntscherl, the Admiralty Models cutter plug and Hobby Mill's Cutter package.

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