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TurkSailor

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About TurkSailor

  • Birthday 08/17/1988

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  1. Wow, just absolutely in love with this model. May I ask, did you use a brush to paint? Did you use a primer before applying the colors? This model is absolutely gorgeous... it belongs in a museum!
  2. Dude! Nice LEDs.. I'm hoping to do this with my half moon build. Cheers!
  3. Great work! That is an awesome Sofa table, I've been looking for one just like that.... Cheers! Eyup
  4. Hi Greg, Big fan of midwest here, looking forward to your progress! Goodluck! Well done on the fix. Eyup
  5. Hi Mike, I have this kit waiting for me, exciting to see someone experienced start the build! I'll have my chair pulled up! Following along. Cheers Eyup
  6. Hi Jct, I was eyeing this kit @ Age of Sail, I am really happy you picked it up and are building it. I think I might pick this kit up and follow along sometime in the future, masterful work sir. Cheers, Eyup
  7. Russ this is an awesome Skiff. Can I ask what sort of glue did you use to build this? Cheers, Eyup
  8. Russ, This is absolutely stunning work. Excited to see the final product! Absolutely gorgeous. Cheers, Eyup

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