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JToma

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  1. JToma

    HMS Victory - Deagostini

    Try calling them, they never seem to respond to emails. I have much better luck when I call.
  2. JToma

    Possible New Hobby

    Welcome to MSW ☺️
  3. Alright, finally got the keel finished. I just pretty much followed along with the instructions. I installed the simulated bolts and sanded off the laser char. After that, I ended up gluing the two inner keel pieces together first and then glued them to the keel. I made sure I had a nice flat surface and aligned the bottom edges along a angle block. It worked out nice. No adjustments were needed for the inner keel pieces, everything fit perfectly, no wiggle room on either end. I used the little 1/32 jigs as seen in other build logs to make sure I had the 1/32 rabbet. I gave it a coat of wipe-on poly and on to the next step.
  4. JToma

    Victory

    Welcome to MSW
  5. I like the unpainted bulkhead too, gives it some nice contrast.
  6. The ship is coming to life! Pun intended. Its looking very good.
  7. I like the stand. Its a lot better than anything I could do. I'd be interested.
  8. Question on adding the the two notched inner stern keel pieces: Is it best to glue the two pieces together first before gluing them to the keel?
  9. JToma

    New Guy in Florida

    Welcome to MSW
  10. The jig is a great idea. I think I'll do the same.

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