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Captain Poison

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  • Birthday 09/14/1965

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    Fort Lauderdale,Florida

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  1. R.I.P. Captain Bob

    My condolences to the family, rest in peace Bob..
  2. I have the feeling that the Museum receives multiple calls for the same.. http://steelnavy.com/Preussen48.htm
  3. Dumb question.... but it is about wood...

    You could also try drops of lemon juice diluted in a little water..
  4. Masting a ship

    If I had no other choice because the hull is completely finished and also the deck, I would use heavy duty clay, placing the mast and wait for it to dry..
  5. Great to see you back Dan! and it doesn't matter if it's a boat or a stagecoach, always is a pleasure to follow your logs..
  6. Slicing veneer-thick strips - tools or jigs?

    Years ago I had the same problem to make accurate cuts, use different methods without good results... the solution was a Guillotine Paper Cutter
  7. Dremel 200 - Any good for a basic ship build?

    I use this Dremel model and in my opinion it is very helpful. Ideal for small jobs...Wireless with 5-speed and its base is the charger.
  8. Your best option by R.C.Anderson https://www.amazon.com/Rigging-Ships-Spritsail-1600-1720-Maritime/dp/048627960X
  9. I use an old pan which the nob was removed, very effective and good results... I do not use too much water and I put a little olive oil.
  10. In my case would be great the figurehead in scale 1:48, how much would be the cost?
  11. Your models at home

    No place yet for my model ,I'm waiting the plexiglass and build the display case..
  12. Maybe here you can find more information from member of the club. http://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/239899-nelson-and-the-battle-of-trafalgar
  13. https://www.woodenmodelshipkit.com/product-tag/Crew/?v=7516fd43adaa
  14. http://www.gaugemaster.com/preiser.html I found this site with many options...
  15. I use Dremel 8050 micro and is really very good for work in small parts, it have the possibility of adjusting speeds for best results. Also use it to round out my dog nails (after cut), using sanding drum on speed 1, excellent results! This is what comes with the kit: