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About mtaylor

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  • Birthday 07/04/1948

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    Medford, OR
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    Model shipbuilding. Varied depending on the day.. :)

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  1. mtaylor

    Tweezers anyone

    Moab: I use Sally's also for many items. If there's no Sally's around, just use any beauty supply shop. Y.T.: This will get you started: https://www.sallybeauty.com/on/demandware.store/Sites-SA-Site/default/Search-Show?q=tweezers
  2. A quick search on "craft" (for Chris Craft) in the kit area might give you some ideas.
  3. mtaylor

    Ship paintings

    It's great to hear that you recovered. Like others, I've had it and it's not a picnic. I love your paintings.
  4. Click on his name on the post (top left of post). It will take you to his profile. Up top is "MESSAGE" click it and sent the first message from there.
  5. Good to hear from you Dave and that you had good news.
  6. What Druxey said. Maybe add some "mud" from the spring rains to the piers for high water marks above the weed/algae.
  7. I do what Downer suggests. There are sanders with miter gauges (small sanders from places like MicroMark) but they seem to "eat" too much material.
  8. mtaylor

    Je me présente

    Hello Ahmed. Welcome to Model Ship World.
  9. mtaylor

    New Recruit

    Maybe this will help you get one started:
  10. mtaylor

    Review Area Guidelines

    You can add those on the first post of a topic if you're the poster, Claire. If you're not the original poster, an admin or moderator can add them.

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