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  1. Nice choice Bruce, I look forward to following your progress.
  2. tarbrush

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    Beautiful model Javier, I love it!
  3. Hi Doug, your Leon is looking great! did you make the trip to San Francisco yet? You mentioned ordering some LED lanterns, could you show what they look like and where you ordered them from? am looking forward to your build, Leon is a beautiful little ship.
  4. Check out the most beautiful build of Young America you will ever see right here on MSW Ed has also written books with gorgeous plans, you can buy them at: https://www.seawatchbooks.com/ItemDisplay.php?sku=115007 good luck with your build, be sure to start a build log so we can follow along. john
  5. looks real good so far CK, I look forward to following your progress.
  6. tarbrush

    Coca by DavidG - Amati - 1:60

    welcome back to ship modeling David. I am really happy to see you are doing Coco, I love this period and have been thinking of giving this kit a try myself, looking forward to following your progress, by the way you did a great job on Prins Willem.
  7. tarbrush

    Square topsail schooner

    can you post some photos of the model?
  8. Wow! what an undertaking! I am excited to follow your build and wish you all the best!
  9. tarbrush

    Culé and Chata

    Wow!! that is absolutely beautiful!! the modeling is masterful and the painting is a treat to behold!
  10. hi Ben, what an intriguing building board set up. I will be really interested to hear how it works for you.
  11. tarbrush

    Your favorite saying

    Always remember to keep the main thing main
  12. Hi John

     

    Almost finished with the Mary Rose!!! Just two lines left to belay for the bowsprit yard. Then I have to make up a tiller for the rudder and mount it to the hull. Then it's complete. Yes that's right after over 3 years building it will be complete.

     

    Monday I go to the engravers to design and then have them make up the name plate ofr the base.

    After that I just have to look over the ship and touch up any missed paint or other things that I have missed.

     

    Then I can relax until April 22nd. when I drive up to Seattle for their IPMS Annual Show. Looks like our group will not have our annual show due to the National Guard canceling our res. for their facility due to their using t year.

     

    Here's what it looks like today.

     

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  13. Mahuna, holy smokes! this is drop dead gorgeous!!!!
  14. Thanks so much for the step by step process on the cabins Rob. very ingenious technique, makes me want to give it a try! your results are just awesome!

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