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etubino

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About etubino

  • Birthday 08/16/1965

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Chile, South America
  • Interests
    Sailships, wooden and plastic.

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  1. Beautiful work on the standing rigging! Very nice result with the served ropes and great solution with your Lego Serving ad rope making device!
  2. Thanks for your comment and visiting Robert O! More detail on the Bowsprit rigging and sail.
  3. I'm trying very hard to put all the detail in the bowsprit, following Modelshipways blueprints. It´s very difficult ! Although this Kit at the beginning look very simple, one can pretend to be building one of the high end kits that are posted in this forum. I found out that it is a very hard fight against myself, trying to get the best detail of it.
  4. I'm trying very hard to put all the detail in the bowsprit, following Modelshipways blueprints. It´s very difficult !
  5. Another view of the America. Although I can´t compare with the other members postings, I really liked this Scientific kit!
  6. Figuring out the sequence to follow in order to ovoid difficulties when applying standing rigging.
  7. In this translation from Spanish into English the correct from from Helmet is Hull. In Spanish the word "casco" applies for Helmet and Hull.
  8. Amazing a extremely detailed building process! Thanks for sharing!

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