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  1. and i guess, boxwood would have a very fine grain, but very hard......lots of sharpening...
  2. thanks so much for that...the most enjoyable thing i'm watching in a loooong time....absolutely wonderful!!...cheers...........vc
  3. boy it must be a strain on the hand......just because it's small doesn't mean it's easier
  4. bet you could design and build your own carving tools and come up with many original designs....but i guess it's amazing what one can do by adapting just a few basic.... oh.....unless i missed it....what do you use for the final finishing?
  5. disgusting...totally disgusting of how great a modeler you are....totally blows me away....just bumped into your pamir.....yikes!....i quit!!! :):):).....heck...my time's up anyways:):):).....too old.....

       why does the general public so revel in ignorance instead of being influenced by the creative geniuses like you......poor humanity .....but you've left a footprint which time will have difficulty in erasing.......cheers to you mirabell61..............................vic

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      Mirabell61

      Many thanks Vic,

      for your kind words, much appreciated

      Best regards,

      Nils

  6. what is the wiring for...working cannons? 😀....pink himalayan salt is much better for you.....cannons look great...i'm so so glad ya fattened the hull....that used to bug me to no end...is why i dumped the kit many many years ago🙂........
  7. p.s.....................oh....tumeric is a very good herb also......just thought i'd mention....

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