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  1. Excellent work on the masts, your paint work is so good!
  2. Just wonderful work, beautifull rigging!
  3. Very nicely done, i really like color scheme!
  4. Thank you OC. Work is going on, slowly working on the hull, a lot small parts need to place. I have got few figures for my crew, hope to paint them later. Few photos of my work, places gun port lids.
  5. Always nice to see precise work you are doing, one very neat looking work!
  6. Hi all, found some time on the ship. I am working on the gunport lids, still need to place little rope to make them open and close.
  7. This is very clean build, one of my favourite period of time for tallships. Your already made this boat to a beauty!
  8. Old lady is armed, this weekend created cannons on the decks. Here is the progress.
  9. Beautifull detailed work on carvings, stern looks majestic!
  10. I was thinking to use some transperant lasquer, but i still like natural brass color. I will leave it as it is now. Still a lot of cannons left for me to create. Work is going on.
  11. For my rusty brass cannons i was using autossol, it works very good. Ps, need to work with gloves, it gives nicely black hands!
  12. So beautifull finish on the wood, gives alive view. Your crafmanship is outstanding. I can already imagine this sailing in the ocean!
  13. Hello, i was thinking to build this legendary ship, very nice chose of the ship. your planking looks so neat, just wonderful work!
  14. Doing some progress on the gunport lids, i think i have made full set. Working on the brass cannons, which are all rusty, dusty and oxidized. It is really fun work on the canons, Few moments of my work.

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