Ulises Victoria

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About Ulises Victoria

  • Birthday 08/10/1948

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    Monterrey, Mexico
  • Interests
    Pen turning, Guitar fingerstyle playing, Computer Games.

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  1. Hello and greetings from Monterrey, México. Welcome to the best shipmodelling forum that exists. You will find people from all over the world here.
  2. https://ancre.fr/en/ Not sure about what a Monograph is, tho.
  3. I have done both options, and can not say one is better than the other.
  4. A possible solution may be, plank some going down from deck line, and then some from keel up, and meet at the middle?
  5. Wow! Congrats to you both. Nice job finally finished.
  6. Agreed, however the question was about how to precisely cut the gunports, not finding their placement or shape. Of course you would need different templates if that is called for in your ship. Best regards
  7. This ship/kit has been in my wish list for ooooh so long. I will follow because I intend to get it soon.
  8. Ouch Sjors. Im waiting for the pictures of the fix! Somebody said something like: "Slower, for I am in a hurry". Best regards.
  9. Aaaah... a new guitar. Gretsch White Falcon is my impossible dream.
  10. Hello. This may help you. I have been watching from video one to ten. Very entertaining. Go to episode 10 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51VT0eYWkxs&list=PLGC1fmQp8LDsu0EKRM9nen3HqOzD8Y3F2&index=10
  11. I had this same problem before. What I do now is carve smaller amounts of wood, instead of taking big chunks, carving one cut vertically and one horizontally, and always make the end of the previous cut, the limit for the next one. By being conscious of this, I improved my carving to a more acceptable degree. Not sure if this will help you, but surely it did for me. Best of lucks Ulises
  12. According to what I've read, life in those lovely ships was hell, and it was tenfold in moments of war. Rats in the pantry, rotten food, stale water, hygienic conditions in general at the worst, sleeping in a rocking hammock and the natural consequences of humans cramped in tight spaces. Although this was the general scenario, I prefer not to think about it. To me a three masted Man O' War is one of the most beautiful things ever created by man.
  13. Beautiful job, my friend!!! What can I say that hasn't already been said?!!! Be proud of it! Hmmmm... what's next? Ulises
  14. My condolences to his family and friends. May he Rest in Peace.