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Snow

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About Snow

  • Birthday 03/23/1965

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  • Location
    Darwin Australia
  • Interests
    Model building ,supercars ,Rottweiler dogs

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  1. We'll mate whatever you're doing its working. Good luck with the rest I'll keep watching cause she looks like a great build Cheers snowy
  2. Hi mate nice build I was thinking of doing the vanguard by amati or the sanitisma Trinidad by occre but this ship could be next You said the timber wasnt great Could you tell me if the plans are good or great and are they're sails to go on her I mean are they supplied in fabric or pre made Sorry mate just answering lots of questions cause i live in Darwin and we have not got a model shop Thanks. She looks great
  3. Hi jason Depending on size i now use eyebolts from spotlight stores in the hobby area and they come in all different sizes and colour Good luck Cheers snowy
  4. Hi cpddet Modellers central in Australia got great starter kits with tools ,5 dvds and written pages I first did the amati adventure starter kit and watched the dvds on planking, deck planking masting and rigging. Enjoy and good luck with your first
  5. Good input guys i just bought it myself for 25.99 delivered to dawin Australia Cheers
  6. Thanks yeah same here just hand tools cheers
  7. All good i say how do you carve out the centre to make canoe look .i just mean what tools Thankyou
  8. Love your slipway I'd just have to get the angles right.the driftwood is an interesting concept.
  9. Hi guys Sorry if this is not in the right area. I'm building the occre diana but she doesn't come with a stand. Have you guys got ideas on how to build one or just buy. I'd rather make one just need some idea's. Not real keen on the small pedestals Thanks guys for any advise.snowy
  10. Yeah cheers mate i do believe it would have been pretty hairy days but the crew i suppose knew the risk of stuffing up.
  11. Hi everyone I just watched a video on the hms victory walkaround and seen they had electric lights set up. It just occurred to me how hard it would have been in the old days with just a lantern, because i take it not everyone on board had their own. I suppose some were set up at night but for how long and how many. Has anyone got views on this subject. I just find it interesting to know what they did.
  12. Snow

    Tying blocks to eyebolts

    Thanks guys looks like i am making hooks
  13. Hi all Snowy here just wondering the best or nicest way to tie a 2mm block to an eyebolt Cheers

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