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Mfelinger

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About Mfelinger

  • Birthday 06/15/1963

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    Njivice/Krk, Croatia

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  1. Mfelinger

    PenDuick11sized

    Beautiful model ship and a great work, bravo!
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    Capt. Nat Herreshoff 12 19 014

    Great job, congratulations! Matija
  3. Mfelinger

    IMG 2321

    Thank you all for your nice comments!
  4. Hi Giorgio, Very nice, you're doing a great job. I love the old schooners and can hardly wait for continue . Regards, Matija.
  5. Hi Patrick, I'm glad that you get better, I wish you fast recovery and a quick return on your shipyard. .. all the best ..., Matija.
  6. Hi Patrick, very impressive building, so much detail in such a scale, made excellent, can rarely be seen. I can only join other members in congratulating . Again... BRAVO !! Matija
  7. Hi Nils, I had the pleasure to watch your build log. I can only say that you have made excellent work. Congratulations!! Best Regards, Matija.
  8. Hi Igor, You are always consistent .. so is this work is amazing! Regards, Matija. .
  9. Hi Lawrence, you made a very beautiful ship. I thank you for the details of construction and excellent performance. I enjoyed browsing your photos and the description of construction. The beauty made Dory is worth your invested effort. .. Congratulations. Regards, Matija
  10. Elia, ...then he would pullback stay could be directly connected to the shackle. So there is no danger to sail tore. In many schooners is a thus resolved. When with (thin) made lanyard achieved flexibility and, if necessary, can also be adjusted. Which is surely in schooner Annie M. Parker was a need. The same effect (for example) settings have with Shrouds & Deadeyes. Regards, Matija.
  11. Hi Lawrence, Now, it looks good. On the ship would be surely cracking occurred when there was a turnbuckle, so it is made elastic connection with Shackle and a lanyard (pullback stay). I speak as the others ... a great job. Regards, Matija.
  12. Once again thank you for the congratulations for my birthday --- Mark, I'll definitely post photos (only I do not think that the Amazing Photographs), it may be a place 1:1 build log such as Bob says;). The ship is currently in painting cabins and hull underwater part. Then move on to the coloring of the engine compartment and installing electricity .... Mike, I need a lot of luck (thank you) and work to finish the job. I think the worst job of grinding and removal of bad materials is finished. The rest is easy Nenad, it is difficult to compare two such different ship. Trabakul usually had pasara for dinghy .. differ in purpose and size ... at the beginning of the log of build I described pasara. I am pleased that this Pasara returning to the past, it is one of the reasons why we build these models. Best regards, Matija.
  13. Hi Bob, you made a beautiful boat, congratulations! Regards, Matija.
  14. Thank you, dear friends, on the good wishes .. If we enjoy in the little things, then every day is a beautiful and filled .. Currently I am busy with the reconstruction of a small ship 7.5 we upon it I'm changing everything except shells and cabins, where the whole... Thus I started: My models are waiting for a more peaceful time. Thank you once again and wish you all the best. regards, Matija.
  15. Hi Lawrence, Dories look excellent. Beautifully made and painted. My compliments. Regards, Matija.

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