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  1. Every line you ad looks and fits perfectly. Great work!
  2. Hi, thank you David, Stevetuck56. Started working on the yards, thought i still need to finish my standing rigging. few photos. Work going on!
  3. Hi, really nice shape of the hull, did it carry fish there? very good planking!
  4. You chose real beauty to construct. I am sure you will handle this huge ship. Good luck!
  5. Wonderful looking structure, ship is getting its form!
  6. This is top class, loking incredible!
  7. Hi all, thank you OC. Work is going on, rigging is really fun thing, for the rest i made rope ladders. Few photos.
  8. Hi all, my work on the rigging rising on the masts. This weekend work. Few photos. My simple tool for rigging made of tiny brass.
  9. Thank you David, OC, Mark. Glad you like it! Still working on my shrouds, third mast. Now i think i had to place yards at first, before ratlines, stll not sure... Few photos.
  10. Very nice fixing of the mast! Ship is getting its form now! gorgeous work.
  11. Looks like very tiny pieces, doing just incredible work. I could never have so much patience.
  12. Amazing work! you detailed work is so fine, what wood did you use?

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