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Black Pearl by Old Collingwood - 1/72 Scale

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Good day all,      Thank You sincerely  for all the  likes it certainly helps,     anyway  back on the pearl today  - nothing of  any significant interest,  I constructed the  nine rope lifting beams for the other side - just a length of 1x1mm  with a small block glued onto the ends, just need them to set now before drilling a hole in the ends.

 

No pics as  its just the same as previous pics.

 

OC.

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13 hours ago, Old Collingwood said:

an element of monotony  doesn't help.

Thought you were a big fan of those ... you do them so extraodinairy well ;) Now you've got patience as virtue too :D

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8 hours ago, cog said:

Thought you were a big fan of those ... you do them so extraodinairy well ;) Now you've got patience as virtue too :D

Wait till I get started on the standing rigging  and  shrouds  - that will test my patience...........and everyone elses.😧:o

 

OC.

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Keep on plug'n OC, I also like to see the little things taking shape.  Just have fun.

 

Cheers,

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1 hour ago, Piet said:

Keep on plug'n OC, I also like to see the little things taking shape.  Just have fun.

 

Cheers,

Thank you for looking in piet,    your words of encouragement help no end.

 

OC.

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