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Geoff Matson

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About Geoff Matson

  • Birthday 08/07/1947

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Harvard Illinois
  • Interests
    Presently building MSW Constitution and working on the Masting and Rigging part

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  1. Standing rigging

    If you are using cotton rigging line, you might want to give acrylic paints a try. Just do some experimenting and dilute the paint for the desired result.
  2. Pinrail rope coils

    Great tip
  3. I pion all mine. It just makes it easier.
  4. Greetings from Arizona

    Welcome to the group. Great model and looking forward to your next project. Hope you start a build log.
  5. Hello from neillydone

    Welcome, looking forward to having you aboard
  6. New from Serbia

    Welcome, Glad to have yu
  7. New member here from Puerto Rico

    Welcome, looking forward to following your build
  8. New member intro

    Welcome, you will enjoy the sight. Lots of information and help.
  9. New from UT

    Welcome and I look forward to your build log.
  10. Something I have always wanted to try

    Welcome, I am looking forward to your build log.
  11. Aftermarket yards and Masts for plastic kits

    If you want plastic yards and masts just go to local hobby store or craft store and use styrene rods. (Evergreen).You can scrape them down with a xacto knife and #10 or #22 blades and you will get same result as wood.
  12. Introducing myself

    Welcome Steve, Looking forward to your build log.
  13. New Member

    Welcome to the group. Happy modeling
  14. Armed Virginia Sloop

    By Geoff Matson My First wooden kit

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