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About AnobiumPunctatum

  • Birthday 10/05/1964

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  • Location
    Duisburg, Germany
  • Interests
    English ship building during the War of American Revolution
    Klinker build ship of the medieval

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  1. Congratulation for finishing this beautiful model. It was a long journey, also for the readers of your log. But it makes a lot of fun to follow your progress. Thanks for sharing.
  2. Another fantastic planking job finished. Congrats for reaching this milestone
  3. Really nice start. I wish you the same fun to build the small model that I have
  4. Really nice progress on the master for the group build. Do you also build the scond version without the full planking first?
  5. Is it possible to have a look at your model, if I am in the hood. I live for a longer period in Amsterdam.
  6. Today I glued the parts of the keel of my little model together. To glue the apron, the rising wood and the deadwood centrally on the keel I build a simple jig.
  7. The colour of the wood is perfect for planking. Is it possible to show a picture with the cedar and a piece of pear wood? I am really interested to see how they looks together. I think on my Triton project.
  8. Congratulations for this beautyful model. It was a great pleasure to follow your log the last five years.
  9. Very impressive presentation, Albert
  10. Really nice progress, Chuck and a lot of hints which I also can use for my bargue
  11. AnobiumPunctatum

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    Really wonderful photos of a beautyful model
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    really wonderful model

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