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About etubino

  • Birthday 08/16/1965

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    Chile, South America
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    Sailships, wooden and plastic.

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  1. This is a beatifull sailig ship! I really like this yellow boxes an the pictures of the finished model. I hope you do it with sails! I will be a follower as well!
  2. Jens Amazing detail! Beatiful rining riging with chains. But I have to ask, why the grey color? Eduardo
  3. Thank you very much Don and I wish you a happy new year too!
  4. Just today with some time to continue with the sails
  5. Thanks a lot Steve! Rcik, I hope I get a good result. Thankyou for your kind words. Eduardo
  6. Tim, in this Bowsprint you are achieving accurate autenticity! It really looks like the real one. Using metal and soldering is something I would like to learn. Eduardo
  7. Reviewing kits supplied parts to begin with Masts and Sails
  8. I will have to improove the kit solution for the cockpit gratings and some other Deck's details.
  9. The Revell Kit looks pretty accurate, I´m comparing this Kit Stern as well to shape the Stern.

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