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the learner

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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. Andre, none of the pictures you posted in #39 and #42 can not be viewed, they are either too big or did not upload correctly. Looking foward to your future post. The build looks fantastic!
  2. Looks like you have a good start. Spend some time perusing some of the other builds similar to yours. This will give you some experience on how to proceed with your build. Keep posting your progress and you will get plenty of responses on what you need to do and how to proceed, good luck Alan S
  3. Sweet! Definately a very interesting build with the exposed frames and interiour layouts. Looks like you have kept the lighting to a minimum that truley represents what a lantern would look like. I look foward to your future additions to the log. The finished SR looks like a fantastic build, I think I will learn a lot from this build.
  4. Bet you can't wait until you start working in the shipyard again! The new shop is looking good.
  5. Hi Greg! The mast and tops look great, onward and upward! Do you plan on bring her to the conference next year at the VCMM? I keep forgetting they changed the name when they moved the Museum, its Channel islands MM.
  6. Bit late but excellent carving and documentations. A great guide for one not sure about one's ability at carving, me included!
  7. You have all the experts oowing and awwing! A fantastic and most professional build.... enjoyed your pictures, instructions and research that you have put into this build. Looks foward to completion.
  8. A very interesting JIG you have the GEMMA sitting in/on care to expunge on it? You are doing a beautiful job on your framing, perfect joints!
  9. What scale have you actually decided to build in? Glad to see you have rebooted. Look foward to following your build!

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