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About Ondras71

  • Birthday 03/30/1971

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  1. A bow deck bordered by planks ..
  2. The deck, repaired, now looks more realistic..👌 As a reminder, here is the old version..
  3. I found out, that the plank gaps are too wide. I therefore removed the deck and I'm going to use a thinner paper (0.09 mm). It is better to redo it now, than to end up having to tear down multiple decks made the wrong way.
  4. Thank you, Backer Treenails on the front wall.. O.
  5. Thank you very much zappto!! Front deck.. I wish all model builders all the best in the New year 2019. Ondras71
  6. left side finished .. hawse holes, waxed..
  7. Very good and clean work! I sink my hat .. O.
  8. Finally, another ship from the turn of the 16th and 17th century. I'll love to keep watching this original construction..
  9. Lower deck drainage. The De Zeven Provincien reconstruction from 1665 has the drainage well portrayed.. I had already drilled the drain slope a long time ago.. The first one...
  10. I also love to look at a metal ship model if it's beautifully created like this ..
  11. Wonderful work !!! The first POF? Surely you have been doing this for many years, that ...? !!!!

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