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  • Birthday 01/23/1941

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    Sisak, Croatia
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    Ship modeling and photography

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  1. Hi, Bob! I am experimenting, little bit. :) This is only the basis for the deck.
  2. Hi, Tom! The deck is not yet finished. It must be like polished. Then I will see what to do next. Have a nice day Tom!
  3. Thank you Russ. This is preliminary work: I want to see if the hull shape is as I want.
  4. Dida

    Warp Speed!

    Nice ship!
  5. This is solution from Eastern Croatia. Who can say: you are bad shipbuilders?
  6. Yes, professional staff is the most important. It only disturbs us when we make models. When you make a lot of money for living, show us this ship (Paranza). You can put her on my forum too. Have a nice and successful day!
  7. Thank you Druxey and David. When in the shallow water the rudder is lifted up.

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