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IgorSky

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About IgorSky

  • Birthday 08/01/1967

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    ships, model of ships, ships-in-bottle, paragliding

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  1. I'm glad to hear from you again, Jeff! Good luck and my best wishes to you and your family! And I look forward to continuing your project.
  2. Hello irishrover1970 Perhaps the easiest way to do this is to use brass wire. You can cut it into pieces of the right length, shape the hats of the nails with the file and then darken it with chemical fluids.
  3. WOW, Patrick! One more amazing model! My congrats! Best Regards! Igor.
  4. Thank you, Josh! I think the most important thing is not to be afraid to try to do something new! Good luck and my best wishes! Igor.
  5. WOW, Josh! One more new project! I look forward to continuing! Best Regards! Igor.
  6. Many thanks for all your feedbacks and LIKEs, friends! Yeah, I made a mistake :(. The amount of sea is too small for this composition, so there is a lot of empty space at the top of the bottle
  7. Many thanks, Mike! Yes, the bottle has been open for some time, but I use two-component silicone to make the sea. It dries within 24 hours.
  8. Oh, thank you, Chris! But I think you could just try to make an SIB. And I'm sure you could have done it too.

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