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  1. Hi Katsumoto, thanks for your comment. Yes the tops will be in black colour, but I still need to finish some wood work on the mizzen mast before Painting.
  2. Crosstree of the main top mast. I made a little jig to help with sending. Painting: can't wait to put them into place and start rigging but they need few more Black layers.
  3. I'm working on the shroud's pin racks. I also had to found bigger dust shelter as she is going to grow soon! She should fits there just fine.
  4. Hi Kier, It is very simple. I'll do few photos of the assembly..... It is Just few gears If you are interested I can do videos how each machine works.
  5. Enough wood and ropes. Lets relax today. Btw this is one thousands what I have in lego. (that is the reason for Lego ropewalk a sizeing machine)
  6. I have remodel the hatch to the cabin. I think it is matching better with the ship then the White one and this one can be closed.
  7. In case anyone would be interested in seeing some photos from the start of the build I have managed (with admin of the web) to restore the thread Back from 2006 till now. IT is available here: http://www.mo-na-ko.net/php/portal/viewtopic.php?id=713 On the First and second Page There is still some problem with loading photos but from third Page it works OK.
  8. Thanks a lot Katsumoto and all others for all the likes. Not the progress I was hoping for but at least some
  9. Enough time off...... Back to work. I'm hoping finishing the mizzen section today.....fingers crossed!

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