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  1. This is probably the most detailed representation of this vessel that I've ever seen. And very useful perspective views as well. Thank you very much for sharing! All the best Andy
  2. Fantastic work. That oven is incredibly well made. Unbelievable. Just like the real deal. WOW! Could you please tell us how you did it? That's for sure the most life-like fitting I've ever seen.
  3. Ah, thanks for the clarification. The ship looks marvelous. Looking forward to more pictures :-)
  4. You're completely right. Everything that does the trick can't be wrong.
  5. Outstanding work. I've never seen seen gunports before, that are so much larger than high. Interesting feature. In your ship, there's a gap between the beam underneath the beakhead bulkhead and the deck at the beak. Shouldn't it be closed up to stop overcoming water from entering the ship?
  6. The level of detail you're presenting here is extraordinary. It really looks great! What a beauty. Can't wait for more pictures.
  7. Oh boy, if you go any bigger you will need a mould loft šŸ˜ This is so cool.
  8. A true work of art! Is there a tutorial somewhere, where you show how you do the sails? They look really realistic to me. Thank you for sharing.
  9. Your Pandora is a real beauty! Thank you for sharing.
  10. Almost incredible! Very good craftsmanship.
  11. You might also take a look at some of the fotos of HMS Victory's 32 pdrs. If you take the known diameter of the tackle rope and compare it to the hook, you should be able to guage the thickness of the metal quite well. And by the way, your Alfred is one of the most astounding models I've ever seen. Marvelous. It can hold its own against any of the contemporary models with ease. Yours, Andy

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