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Ferit KUTLU

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About Ferit KUTLU

  • Birthday 01/01/1965

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    İstanbul, TURKEY

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  1. Perfect as always... Do you replace the ropes (of buoy for example) already tied with the new ones?
  2. What I most appreciate in your modeling technique is that everything is shaping up with a saw, a drill bit, some sandpapers, needles and a few glue drops... No advanced machinery... And impeccable result...
  3. Jason, it had been even excellent work which you didn't like and demolish... 😨
  4. Very fine work as always B.E. and thanks to your extensive knowledge I am sure of its accuracy... 🙂
  5. Hi Zappto, very fine work... and finally I see another ship with beige color shrouds...
  6. Thank you for kind words and likes... Just a small essay... ( I think that the result is satisfying ) (Diagonal cut of the two edges of the rope after a small drop of CA is important)
  7. Hi Johann, Super work as always... Let me know the meaning of the "thread" in your phrase; "Usually the buoy rope was at least 18 threads long." (18 coils?)
  8. And the new ones... Main, fore, mizzen, main topsail, fore topsail...

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