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About rony

  • Birthday 09/04/1963

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    israel - haifa
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    pc games and professional photography

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  1. Hii My friend I followed all the time and really liked your work. Well done. rony
  2. Also good photos with the 100mm macro lens.
  3. Very delicate and beautiful work, I also bought this model but unfortunately the pieces were broken in my hands, they are very very delicate . Also good photos with the 100mm macro lens. Your work is super clean and beautiful, I know how well this model is really small and fragile.
  4. Hello friends I added the wire holders to the main mast and the water pump I made from wood because I did not like metal .
  5. Hello friends I uploaded pictures of the continued construction in which I added the railing and two wooden strips on the sides of the body . rony
  6. Good for the accuracy and explanations for the construction. Keep it up Very nice work.
  7. Hii I upload pictures of the ship I started building 3 months ago. I did not upload pictures of the beginning of construction, but now yes I will upload pictures.

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