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  1. Congratulations, you have made a magnificent model.
  2. Nice, precise and clean work, very good Daniel.
  3. Hi Amalio, your model ship is very masterpiece.
  4. Wonderful work Doris, your ship models is fantastic.
  5. Thanks Mike, unfortunately I do not have photos of the base while I was building it, you can use as a reference the book indicated by Greg, a greeting and thank you again for following the construction of the Naiad model.
  6. Thanks friends for your welcome comments, thank you so much Greg for having responded to Amalio, I also wanted to tell you that the next model I will build will surely be an English vessel.
  7. Amalio your model ship is fantastic, very very nice work.
  8. Dear friends thank you very much.
  9. Thank you very much for your comments and your liking, place the last photos, the model of Naiad is over, thank you so much for following me during construction and I thank Ed Tosti so much that with his magnificent drawings allowed me to build this beautiful frigate. Greetings to everyone and thanks again.
  10. Thank you very much friends.
  11. Great beautiful work Daniel, very very nice.

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