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  • Birthday 12/23/1955

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  1. Happy birthday! Cristi

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      Hi Cristi

      Thank you so much that means alot to me.



  2. Hi to all, nice work and i will take some ideas from you. I use ice stick for sanding, long ago, but just the "flat" stick, so i will add your idea. This is how i made mine Cristi
  3. Pleasant surprise Thank You It is going to be one heck of a day will celebrate with Gusto:cheers:


    Thanks John

  4. Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    Dirk, can you tell us what is the link for Facebook page? For all that like to watch It is https://www.facebook.com/ModelShipWorld/ ?
  5. Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    From San John here you havre some And also i will add more finished, You have permision to take pictures from my logs The site is working "a lot to enter in my broser", so i will add more asap
  6. Old sergal sovereign of the sea

    It seams ok, and for instructions, you can find more accurate new instructions, and also good logs here. I look to all logs to learn from all that buil Sovereign (and also some other ships) Cristi
  7. She looks excellent. Congratulations. Wait for the new log Cristi
  8. Sorry to say again. When you are an old user, and also a computer guy, you don't lose time every time to read how to do to post. You have just some time for your hobby (modeling) and try to put som pictures and idea to other hobby users. Is my opinion not to give a lot of "usefull" parts for the site, beacuse we like to make ships and also to work to our jobs. In the future, i will try to put just some pictures and idea, and also i will try to read what you have new. On the first MSW i tried to save some posts, when it was broken, and done this to help our gusy Regards, Cristian
  9. Many thank's to Dirk, it soved the problem, but for everyone, take care, because you can delete the whole post. Normaly it has to be not present this option, for "whole thread". Regards to all
  10. Hi Dirk, thank you for the solved problem. I made a lot o sites, but NEVER give the oportunity to the user to Delete the whole post. It has to be Delete just "this post". I said it is hard, because you don't have an easy way to arange pictures (what i was trieng), and if if it is not ok, to delete just that post, not everithing. I will try to see how to work with this, because the old site, was very good for a normal user. Regards, Cristian
  11. Hi, i have a big problem with the new site. I tried to enter some new pictures a make a reply to my Sovereign of the Sea by Cristikc. I wanted to change the order, and said to "dele", and i thought i delete just the new pictures. Now, i see i lost the whole thread about Sovereign. What is the problem? Please send me the answer. The new sistem is very hard, and has a lot of problems. I know how to work with "web sites" beacuse i am network administrator, but this is a strange problem. Cristian
  12. 2017_10_03_05.jpg

    Nice work. Congratulations. Cristi
  13. DSCF3409

    All are EXCELLENT. I have no words for such a work...
  14. angle illuminated

    Excellent. I like all cross sections, and this one is one of the best from here

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