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About kees de mol

  • Birthday 07/29/1981

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    Katwijk (Holland)
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    Model Ship Building
    Sea Fishing

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  1. Amazing build and an amazing model. I loved to follow your posts
  2. Congratulations on thuis very good result. The woodwork is outstanding!
  3. Hello Vlad, Beautyfull model and your skills are very good👍 Maybe you can look in my buildinglog of the Herringlugger KW140 Wilhelmina VII. I've build a lifeboat too and placed some pictures of how I did it. I have some simpele plans too if you like. Kind regards, Kees
  4. Thanks everybody for the kind reply and the likes. Jan: The navigation lights came out of my modellingstash and they are made from plastic. First I painted them black and after that a thin layer with coppercolour and some washes and drybrushing with oilpaint. I was very happy with result but maybe I add some more copperoxidation for the effect.
  5. In the past few months I managed to build some new parts for the herringlugger.
  6. The thickness is 0.3mm. I bought a couple of rolls last year for very little money. In the Netherlands it's called "Latoen". I don't know for sure if it's brass or maybe yellow copper
  7. Bad habits die hard... 🙉🙈🙊 Thanks for the kind replies and for hitting the like-button. The deck indeed needs some colour and maybe some staining. I will work that out later in the build Kind regards, Kees

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