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  1. Congratulations, it is a very interesting project. At that scale there are very difficult challenges, but for your previous work the result is guaranteed
  2. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-50670743
  3. I have seen the model of the French ship Le triomphant, also L Ocean found in Paris. What I am interested in knowing is how was the decoration, specifically the colors, of the French ships in 1805 approximately. The models are white and black, ivory and ebony, but that was, I think, a convention of the modelers. Thanks
  4. Hi minimini, ---------------Detectar idiomaAfrikáansAlbanésAlemánAmáricoÁrabeArmenioAzerbaiyanoBengalíBielorrusoBirmanoBosnioBúlgaroCanarésCatalánCebuanoChecoChino (Simplificado)Chino (Tradicional)CingalésCoreanoCorsoCriollo haitianoCroataDanésEslovacoEslovenoEspañolEsperantoEstonioEuskeraFinésFrancésFrisón occidentalGaélico escocésGalésGallegoGeorgianoGriegoGuyaratíHausaHawaianoHebreoHindiHmongHúngaroIgboIndonesioInglésIrlandésIslandésItalianoJaponésJavanésJemerKazajoKirguísKurdoLaoLatínLetónLituanoLuxemburguésMacedonioMalayalamMalayoMalgacheMaltésMaoríMaratíMongolNeerlandésNepalíNoruegoNyanjaPanyabíPastúnPersaPolacoPortuguésRumanoRusoSamoanoSerbioSesotho meridionalShonaSindhiSomalíSuajiliSuecoSundanésTagaloTailandésTamilTayikoTeluguTurcoUcranianoUrduUzbekoVietnamitaXhosaYidisYorubaZulúEspañol It will be very interesting to see the work of a Danish ship, it is not very common here. good luck
  5. Hello, I thought about buying a saw. The work I do will not require cuts of more than 1 cm. thick (scale 1:96 or 1:72 no more). For the space that I have and the budget the options are two: Dremel Moto Saw or Proxxon DS 230. My only doubt regarding the Proxxon is the possibility, or not, of finding blades in the local market, here it is possible to find Dremel blades but in Proxxon. I await your comments to remove the doubt as to which saw to buy. Thank you very much and greetings.
  6. Hello Doris, Is very nice to see another model of you. If you are lookimg for information about 17th century ships there is The Restoration Warship from Richard Endsor, the book is beautifull illustrated and there are several plans of HMS Lennox maybe is helpful for you. Regards.
  7. In short: this model made me like the Santísima TrinidadT, something that previous models did not do. Congratulations for the job.
  8. Hola Liberto, felicitaciones por el trabajo, la verdad es que hasta el momento los modelos que tenía visto del ST no le hacían gran favor pero este trabajo tuyo hace que lo pueda ver con otros ojos. Saludos cordiales.
  9. Hola, felicitaciones, muy buen trabajo y excelente elección este modelo de Ancre. Una hermosa embarcación. Suerte y espero poder ver pronto más avances.
  10. Congratulations, it's a very nice ship, i love predreadnoughts, and a hard job to do.
  11. Hola Montañés, hermoso trabajo, felicitaciones!!, acá te dejo el link a otro modelo del mismo navío, en proceso, y el Santa Ana terminado, por cierto hiciste una elección muy buena: http://modelismonavaldeinvestigacion.webnode.es/products/navio-monta%C3%B1es/

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