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About AnobiumPunctatum

  • Birthday 10/05/1964

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

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  1. Another fantastic planking job finished. Congrats for reaching this milestone
  2. Really nice start. I wish you the same fun to build the small model that I have
  3. Really nice progress on the master for the group build. Do you also build the scond version without the full planking first?
  4. Is it possible to have a look at your model, if I am in the hood. I live for a longer period in Amsterdam.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. Congratulations for this beautyful model. It was a great pleasure to follow your log the last five years.
  8. Very impressive presentation, Albert
  9. Really nice progress, Chuck and a lot of hints which I also can use for my bargue
  10. Just beautiful, Toni. Do you rig her?
  11. AnobiumPunctatum


    Really wonderful photos of a beautyful model
  12. AnobiumPunctatum


    really wonderful model
  13. Chuck, The second version of the keel looks perfect. What kind of timber do you use for the frameing? It Looks different to the cedar of the keel? I like allway the idea to combinate the cedar with pear or cherry for the framenig.
  14. Really nice review. Can't wait, to get my kit - it's currently at customs.

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