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Azzoun

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About Azzoun

  • Birthday 03/19/1979

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  • Location
    Marlton, Nj
  • Interests
    Rc Planes, hiking, Home Improvement Projects and of course, model ship building

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  1. List your miseries here

    Ha, my misery is my job right now.... seeking another but in the mean time, have a family to consider - otherwise I'd be out. Doesn't mean that sometimes it makes me want to jump out of our 9th floor window!
  2. R.I.P. Captain Bob

    I'm going to miss that guy - died while ship modeling..... RIP buddy...
  3. I like this idea - I'll have to keep this in mind!
  4. As an update, puzzle is glued and mounted and hung - now I'm working on acquiring a piece of poly carbonate to cover it and then build out the frame. Thinking about illuminating it with some museum style lighting.
  5. Please take a survey

    I'm not a big cross section fan - but the Charles Morgan would intrigue me I think...
  6. Hello! I figured I'd share another project that I'm working on of a Nautical/Naval History genre but isn't modeling. I've been stalking this puzzle for 5 years now and I've finally have started it!. Roughly 5 years ago, I saw this puzzle in an educational toy store in a quaint shopping village and passed on because of the price ($100) and the finished size. At the time, I knew I could never work on something like this in my transient residential state. At the same time, I love doing things to the extreme which this puzzle definitely qualifies and I LOVED the subject. Three years later, I visited this village again and bee-lined to that same store determined to purchase if it still existed because I knew someday I wanted to attempt it. Then was still not the time because planned residence changes and I knew this puzzle was going to take some time. I present to you, a puzzled depiction of George Chambers painting of the Bombardment of Algiers, 27, August 1816. Completed Size: 1.92m x 1.39m (72in x 54in) Piece Count: 9120 pieces (split between two 4560 piece bags [left & right])
  7. Carrianne model fwd. inside

    Beautiful~!
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