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    VASA by dziadek4444 - DeAgostini - 1:65

    I'm afraid that I will destroy the hull cover.
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    VASA by dziadek4444 - DeAgostini - 1:65

    I changed the rudder cover.
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    VASA by dziadek4444 - DeAgostini - 1:65

    Attention an error in the DeAgostini collection! The Polish edition of the collection for notebook No. 92 adds a duplicate of parts C28, C30, and C31
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    VASA by dziadek4444 - DeAgostini - 1:65

    Painting - continuation
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    VASA by dziadek4444 - DeAgostini - 1:65

    Painting figurines - continued.
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    VASA by dziadek4444 - DeAgostini - 1:65

    I use only water stains to paint wood. Deck - one layer of oak Fenders - two layers of oak Hull - a mixture of ash stain, rustical for a similar color as on the Vasa poster attached to the No. 1 notebook. Painting the hull DeAgostini is a failure.
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    VASA by dziadek4444 - DeAgostini - 1:65

    Painting, painting, painting ....!
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    VASA by dziadek4444 - DeAgostini - 1:65

    DeAgostini gives me a second set of notebooks and parts. Therefore, if I have more time I will make the next model my own way. It will be dark wood with a black finish and the decorations will be golden only under red. The naq nave's coat of arms will be colorful.

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