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  1. This is real master, very fine build of the stand, looks perfect!
  2. Hi all, still working on the rigging. I start to like it thought, just need a very steady hand! Today doing tops yards of the ship. Few photos:
  3. Excellent work on the planking, you did wonderful job!
  4. Beautiful weathering. I admire your creativity making all ship looking long time in the sea. Stunning work!
  5. Hi all, thank you for nice comments! Icy snow do not bring any damage to the hull, it is so cold, all snow do not attach to the model. This weekend having fun on the rigging, it is really hard to place all yeards symetrical. Few photos.
  6. Beautiful progress, rigging top class!
  7. Hi all, rigging in progress. Now working on the bow section. Today we got some snow. Few winter icy sea photos.
  8. Beautiful work on the lines, your spare ropes looking great! Can imagine hard to work on the tiny place on the deck!
  9. Hi all, thank you for warm coments! Slowhand, rattlines are made of separate lines atached with white glue. It is easier way to make them and they looking neat!
  10. Hello all builders! Thank you David! Happy new year! All the best, smooth builds and sticky glue! I am still working on the yeards, a lot of small lines needs to be attached. Must say it not the funniest part for me. Showing few photos:
  11. Beautifull work on the spindless. The are incredible small! Neat work!
  12. Your done wonderful progress! Looks real nice ship! Those dead eye line going around them, try to make it loose at first, later can place small vire to wrap little hooks line in the middle. It will make it not loose at all. It is just my opinion.
  13. What interesting ship you will build. It is a pleasure to see a different ship build, not a tall ship. Looks like a nice kit!
  14. Your work realy inspire, all seems possible. Wonderful work!
  15. All looks sharp and neat, beautiful wood color.

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