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    Cypress CA US
  • Interests
    Ships, Stamps and Bonsai.
    (I grow my own timber for ships)

    Current Member NRG and SMA
    Past Member South Bay Model Shipwrights
    Past Member VCMM Model Guild

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  1. Great job on the model! Love the case and thanks for the drawing of the case, could you elaborate on the joinery?
  2. Fantastic build and all from a picture and memory! Well done, looking foward to that final photo!
  3. Fantastic build kees'. This is a beautiful model and one any one would be proud to display in ones home or museum too!
  4. Antony, I am sure you are number one in Alex's life. Good work!
  5. Looking foward to seeing your jig for the paddle wheels, any one know if Clare is still sailing?
  6. Dubs, fantastic build! I like the was you will go back over the problems until you are satisfied with that particular section of the build. On the windows the reconstruction turned out really well and they really look beautiful and real. You did not really cover the construction of the actual windows and I could only find one picture that shows some of the construction of the frames... do you have any other pictures that you did not post on the construction of the windows that might show how you built them?
  7. Nice build, look foward to seeing the finished section. Thanks for jumping in with clarification on what I was asking tom. Not that I plan on building the leopard I liked how Tom was opening up some of the innards of the leopard showing how that part was constructed. My thought was to modify a POB kit build and wondred how Tom had modified his build, I was wrong! Guy
  8. Perfect! Tom, Bluto. Yes I see a total scratchbuilt model. I was thinking to modify a kit but can see now that would would be more difficult though not impossible. Cheers, Guy
  9. Thanks, so you did not use any part of the bulkhead keel former that you would have normally used for a POB build. The first and last pictures are great but they do not show the keel part between the POB and POF section of your build. Yes on photo #2 shows the keel for the first bulkhead going aft and I assume it is the same going foward. Perfect a complete scratch build!
  10. Ok, just trying to figure out how you delt with bulkhead and built up frames on the keel. Guess I asked for TMI.
  11. Thanks, so you did not use any part of the bulkhead keel former that you would have normally used for a POB build. The picture is great but it does not show the keel part between the POB and POF section of your build.

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